Art Licensing Links

Licensing your art is a way to create yet another income stream from your original work. It takes time to build a following and gain enough licenses for it to make a major impact on your cash flow, but for those who master the process, it can be quite lucrative.

With the recent conclusion of the Surtex show in New York and The Licensing International Expo taking a bow for the first time in Las Vegas on June 2, the licensing season is in full swing. If you follow my Tweets, which are also posted on Facebook, you might have clicked on the link to this post from art licensing veteran, Carol Eldridge: Insightful report on the Surtex show. Another indication how things are not the same or likely to be the same again http://twurl.nl/0lezal.

The digital version of The Licensing Magazine came out today. And, as is customary at this time of year, it's supplement, The Art of Licensing, arrived as a separate link. It has lots of interesting articles and links to art licensing companies. You will find a wide variety of artists advertising in it as well. Things continue to change in the business and for the magazines and tradeshows that serve them, but there obviously is still life left in these traditional means of gaining awareness that can lead to business for all involved.

Tara Reed is one busy person in the art licensing field. In addition to being an artist and licensing consultant, she also pens the Art Licensing blog, publishes numerous e-books, and leads seminars at shows such as Surtex. She also founded The Art Licensing Forum. And, she just announced another Ask Paul Brent teleseminar. Go to the forum for more details. If you want to pick the brain of one of the most successful art licensing artists, don't miss the call. If you can't make it, you can purchase an audio download.

Licensing your art is a way to create yet another income stream from your original work. It takes time to build a following and gain enough licenses for it to make a major impact on your cash flow, but for those who master the process, it can be quite lucrative.

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