The Business of Being an Artist
Allworth Press, 1991 - 224 páginas
This text explains how an artist can: get exhibited; find galleries; promote their work; choose a second career; use safe materials; win grants; and handle criticism.
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She added that “ comments may frequently be inane , such as ' Well , it certainly is a large painting , ' and the artist should respond with something like , ' I'm glad you noticed that . What else do you see in my work ?
A painter of barroom scenes who has exhibited her work in Hartford and South Glastonbury , she added that " you have to be ready on five minutes notice , and it's best if you don't have kids . ” Ruth Pollack , a painter in New York City ...
Golub added , however , that he directs that resentment elsewhere - at limited thinking in the art world , for instance — and not at his wife . The tension and sense of competition may be too great for some marriages .
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If you have heard the old refrain that artists make no money and you're beginning to fear that this may become true for you too, then this book is for you. Daniel Grant has created a comprehensive ... Leer comentario completo
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