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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Art dealers tend to know which , if any , of their artists may be looking for an assistant , and gallery openings provide opportunities to meet these artists . The pay is not necessarily good and the turnover is sizeable , which ...
The result is that the new generation of paints tend to have less cadmium in cadmium , less cobalt in cobalt , with other ingredients added — such as enhancers or toners — for opacity , body , consistency , brightness , value and to ...
Unless there is some movement in an artist's career , his or her work will tend to fall into a decorative vein or just be repetitive . Even though art is usually seen as a calling for the very sensitive , it is not a profession for the ...
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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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