Today's Post is by Lori Woodward, Regular contributing writer for FineArtViews. She is also a contributing editor for American Artist's Watercolor and Workshop magazines and she writes "The Artist's Life" blog on American Artists' Forum. Lori is a member of The Putney Painters, an invitational group that paints under the direction of Richard Schmid and Nancy Guzik. Find out how you can be a guest author.
Every once in a while, I'll put out a blog, here on Fine Art Views, that asks for readers' input. I want to peek inside your minds and get a good idea of which art marketing issues seem confusing or evasive, and then select some of your questions to answer for future blogs.
I don't, of course, have all the answers, but if I don't, your questions will clue me in as to where to spend my time doing research. Your questions will also give me and others a good idea of what's important to artists when it comes to marketing their work. I won't be answering each question individually or right away, but will consolidate inquiries. And, I'll give my honest opinion.
Here's your chance to ask me those burning questions about how to market and sell your artwork! Don't feel like any question is too naive or silly. I bet you'll find that many others are wondering the same things. So, Ask Away!