Monthly Archives: October 2014

Stuff I Use |How I Use Grammarly to Edit Copy

Grammarly is a nifty online proofreader. Get the goods in my new “Stuff I Use” series. I have been asked many times about the different programs, services and software I use to help me write this blog and market my books and services. This post on Grammarly is the first about those things. I intend to […]

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How to Price Your Art to Make More Money

Pricing your artwork need not be a mystery. The moment you make a mistake in pricing, you’re eating into your reputation or your profits. – Katharine Paine Pricing Art Properly Is Challenging For visual artists and other creatives, learning how to price your work is a bedeviling process. You may have become an artist because […]

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The Psychology of Pricing Art Revisited

Pricing art, like art itself, is subjective. The subject of pricing art almost always manages to become part of the conversation whenever artists discuss the business of art. There is as much angst and confusion around pricing art as anything artists deal with on the business side of their art careers. Part of the problem […]

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