The Growth of Social Media Marketing for Artists: Considering YouTube as a Marketing Option Social media marketing has exploded in popularity in recent years. Facebook recently added its billionth user in October 2012, and YouTube is now the second most popular search engine, just behind Google. Individuals and companies are advertising nowadays with the use of Twitter accounts, Facebook pages, Instagram
Modern Iran: A Challenge to Cultural Perceptions, billed by the New York Times as "the first major survey of modern Iranian art in this country," the Iran Modern exhibit at the Asia Society Museum in NYC promises to be a must-see. Featuring more than one hundred works by twenty-six artists, this two-story exhibition includes three decades worth of
DOING SMALL WORK IS A GREAT WAY TO PROMOTE YOURSELF I am proud to welcome again, Joyce Washor, as our Guest Blog Writer. Joyce Washor is author of Big Art, Small Canvas: Paint Easier, Faster and Better with Small Oil Paintings, North Light Books, 2006 and two iBooks: Watercolor Harmony, The Tao of the Complementary Palette, 2012
Instagram Marketing for Artists: The Secrets to Keeping Your Artwork Safe and Making Profit Marketing for artists in the social media world has become a growing trend that's helped many artists sell more work than ever. But what about more visual Instagram that's now growing in spades to include more marketing possibilities? Many artists are starting to gravitate there
I am honored to present, once again, artist Steven Tomsik as our guest blog writer. He writes of his adventures cataloging his journey through sketches on the "chicken bus". Read on, be entertained and savor Mr. Tomisk's humor, thought patterns and delightful sketches. (Illustration at left -- "The Chicken Bus – Opening" scene by Steve Lee Tomsik © 2013). What am
Online Art Marketing: Should You Optimize Your Website for Mobile Devices? Art marketing in the online world is quite mainstream now as social media becomes the hub for little-known painters and photographers gaining sizeable audiences. And while that's good news for the world of art, there always seems to be things that can be done better to reach more people.