How Artists Can Innovate with QR Codes
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by Jason Horejs
5M ago
In the ever-evolving world of art and technology, QR codes have emerged as a fascinating tool for artists to engage with their audience in unique ways. During a recent Art... The post How Artists Can Innovate with QR Codes appeared first on RedDotBlog ..read more
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What Should an Artist do With a Lifetime of Unsold Artwork?
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by Jason Horejs
1y ago
Over the last several weeks I’ve had two people approach me, either in the gallery or via email, asking what they should do with a large inventory of unsold work. In... The post What Should an Artist do With a Lifetime of Unsold Artwork? appeared first on RedDotBlog ..read more
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Control Your Time and Become a More Successful Artist
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by Jason Horejs
1y ago
Several months ago, I was on the edge of overload. I had a number of great projects in progress, gallery sales were humming along, and the little things that a... The post Control Your Time and Become a More Successful Artist appeared first on RedDotBlog ..read more
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Selling Art | Words that Make a Difference
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by Jason Horejs
1y ago
Several weeks ago, I struck up a conversation with a gentleman who was visiting the gallery and was fascinated with the art gallery business. He is a business owner himself... The post Selling Art | Words that Make a Difference appeared first on RedDotBlog ..read more
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Quick Art Marketing Tip | Request a Photo of Artwork Recently Purchased
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by Jason Horejs
1y ago
I’ve written extensively about the process of selling art – everything from building relationships to following up and closing the sale. Today, I’m going to share a simple tip that... The post Quick Art Marketing Tip | Request a Photo of Artwork Recently Purchased appeared first on RedDotBlog ..read more
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Is Showing Your Art in a Co-op Gallery Worthwhile?
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by Jason Horejs
1y ago
Recently I wrote a post about the advisability of showing your work in a “vanity” gallery. This post has already received a lot of attention, comments, and questions. I appreciate... The post Is Showing Your Art in a Co-op Gallery Worthwhile? appeared first on RedDotBlog ..read more
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Should Artists Show Their Art in “Vanity” Galleries?
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by Jason Horejs
1y ago
In a recent interview, I was asked where I saw the art gallery business going in the next ten years. This is a very interesting question and could have resulted... The post Should Artists Show Their Art in “Vanity” Galleries? appeared first on RedDotBlog ..read more
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Working Alone | Breaking the Isolation that Can Surround the Pursuit of Art
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by Jason Horejs
1y ago
Recently I had a conversation with an artist from Montana about overcoming the isolation that can come with working as an artist in a small community. As we corresponded I realized... The post Working Alone | Breaking the Isolation that Can Surround the Pursuit of Art appeared first on RedDotBlog ..read more
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Collective Wisdom | Creating Titles for Your Artwork
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by Jason Horejs
1y ago
Coming up with great titles for artwork can be a real drag. Many artists feel like it’s more work to come up with a title than it is to create... The post Collective Wisdom | Creating Titles for Your Artwork appeared first on RedDotBlog ..read more
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4 Critical Steps to Sell More Art
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by Jason Horejs
1y ago
“What do you do?” you’ve been asked many times. “I am an artist” is most likely the response that instantly comes to your lips. You have probably been giving this... The post 4 Critical Steps to Sell More Art appeared first on RedDotBlog ..read more
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