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6 Creative Apps for Artists

The Latest By October 5, 2017 Tags: , , , , No Comments

  Inspiration strikes when you least expect it, and while physical sketchbooks are great for jotting down ideas, they aren’t always the most convenient things to have on hand. Now, with apps that allow you to sketch and design on the go, all you need is your phone or tablet to bring a stroke of inspiration to life. The apps…

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The Online Art Market Series Part IV – The (Forgotten) Artist Experience

Art Market, The Latest By July 7, 2017 Tags: , , , , , 1 Comment

When I read this report it struck me at the end that they did not include the voice of the artist–a key component in this art selling equation some might say (not sarcasm). How is it that they interviewed buyers, gallerists, and online platforms, but not artists?  What did artists have to say about all this? What were their struggles…

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The Online Art Market Series Part II – Online Galleries Need a Double Espresso!

Art Market, The Latest By June 28, 2017 Tags: , , , , , , 6 Comments

We have seen tremendous growth in online platforms the past five years going from 30 to 300+ online platforms.  However, as articulated in the last part of the series (which looked at the buyer experience) I feel that online platforms need to step it up when it comes to being innovative and to understanding the needs of the consumer.  For…

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The Online Art Market Series Part I – Why buyers have yet to sink their teeth into the “sleeping art world”

Art Market, The Latest By June 17, 2017 Tags: , , , , , , , 7 Comments

In this 5-part series, I review the art market as outlined in the Online Art Trade Report by Hilcox.  First, I look at the art market and buyer journey, then the online art galleries and how technology plays a role. Next, I look at how traditional galleries are utilizing technology followed by the artist’s journey selling online. Lastly, I look…

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