Imagine having control of your schedule and the confidence to share your art with the world. Would you embrace the freedom to choose how you live your life through your ability to sell your art on a predictable, steady basis?
Introducing the art industry's most comprehensive and growing art marketing and art business training program. When you learn and use the knowledge you gain here, you will create a system to sell your art that will sustain your career for as long as you have the desire to get your work to market.
That is my mission and what artists learn from me every day! Watch this short video for more details about the program.
Dear Fine Artist,
You take care to make the best art you can. Shouldn't you sell art with the same care?
Let me ask... Do you sometimes worry or feel frustrated about how well your career is doing?
If you answered yes, it's okay. You need to know you are not alone. Such concerns are common problems for nearly all small business owners. But, because art is a discretionary income item, the problems are magnified.
The bad news is it takes getting a lot of things done right to make your career sizzle. The good news is there is help and YOU CAN DO IT!
Problems Start Early for Artists
The trouble begins when artists try to launch their careers only to discover they lack proper training on how to sell art, market their work and operate profitably. It's such a common problem it spawned the phrase, "What they didn't teach you in art school."
In the pre-Internet days of 1988, I began advising artists on the best ways to get their work to market. Nearly 30 years later, I still talk with artists nearly every day. I can see they work hard to sell their art. It is clear that they want to sell more of their art and enjoy success.
Unfortunately, too many are unsure and conflicted about how to make success happen. Their confusion, insecurity and lack of progress are discouraging and inflict career paralysis in the worst cases. These troubles lead many, including those with some success, to feel the system is somehow rigged against them.
I mean, who could blame them?
When for nearly all the only path to success is through OJT (on the job training), it's easy to see why artists feel the system is unfair. Trying to build a successful career without adequate help or practical training is a recipe for undesirable results.
Are You Ready for a Change?
You don't have to settle for less, or accept things as the way they are. For the first time in history, artists have the power to take full control of their careers. If you believe, know what to do, and take action, you can cook up the success you know you've always been capable of having.
Is now the time for you to get serious and move your career to the front burner? I sure hope so. Because...
I HAVE EXCITING NEWS FOR YOU!
My name is Barney Davey. I got my start in the art business and helping visual artists as a Senior Account Executive for Decor magazine in 1988. It was the leading art business publication for art galleries and picture framing retailers. We also produced the Decor Expo tradeshows. They were the largest, most influential international shows in the art trade business.
Learn the Best Ways How to Sell Art
I could not believe my good fortune when I was recruited to take a job with the primary responsibility to help artists learn how to create attention, interest, desire and then action to sell their art. For someone who loved both marketing and fine art, tt was a dream come true.
I attended hundreds of fine art tradeshows. At each one, I take every opportunity to befriend top selling artists and industry leaders so I can learn from them to add to my art marketing expertise. Without sharing proprietary secrets, I spoon feed my artist clients with insider insights sprinkled with my art marketing wisdom.
It is my sincere wish that one day when you are basking in success that you will look back and think to yourself, you got lucky when you read this page and got motivated to do something with your career.
Tsunami-like Changes Rocked the Art Industry
The early 2000s were brutal for fine art trade magazines and tradeshows. The rise of the Internet, 9/11 attacks, changing consumer buying habits, big box retailing, and Chinese imports made for the perfect ingredients to brew a batch of trouble that would flatten countless businesses. Even my beloved 135-year-old Decor magazine and its sister Decor Expo show could not avoid crumbling like a cookie and taking my job with it.
Despite the trauma and setback of losing a job I loved, I never stopped helping artists. To this day, I continue to provide practical advice through my blog, consulting, bestselling books, workshops and webinars. All told, I've helped boost the careers of thousands of visual artists.
Lifetime Access & One-time Fee Offer Expires March 20, 2016
As I research, I’m finding art marketing advisers getting $2,500 or more for a year-long group coaching program. I found one coach charging $775 for a 7-week session and another $495 for a 10-week course.
The price for the Art Marketing Mastery Workshop is just…$300. That’s only $.82 per day… less than $6 per week. What do you have to do to scratch out $6 per week? Skip one tall latte and a muffin? And, it's a one-time payment. No ongoing fees or costs...ever... if you join now!