with host artist Miriam Schulman
What does it really take to sell your art at art shows? Is it even still worth doing art shows?
Tracy Lizotte joins us to share her knowledge and expertise on how to maximize your results at an art show. Tracy has an incredible amount of experience selling her art at shows, fairs, and festivals. Although the market may have peaked for doing art shows, Tracy finds that it’s still a profitable way of selling art. If you currently sell your art at art shows or have been looking for additional ways to sell your art, Tracy has some fantastic tips and tricks for you!
I have a checklist for you (in the links below) to help make sure you have everything you need for each art show you sell at. Tracy and I also discuss the importance of having your artwork protected from the elements and displayed beautifully at your art shows. We love Flourish Displays and highly recommend them for your artwork.
We hope you enjoy our conversation and wish you success in selling your art at future art shows!
In this podcast, you will discover…
- How to research shows
- What to bring to shows
- The secrets of setting up your booth to give art collectors a WOW experience
- Also going to ask my guest how she prices for SALES
Don’t forget about this week’s freebie: the ultimate art fair packing list. Discover what you definitely should bring to art shows!
Tracy Lizotte is watercolor artist that specializes in making, and teaching fun fine art. She has over 27 years experience of selling her art. You can find her watercolors in person at shows, online, and on licensed products sold globally in stores.
She has a passion for painting with watercolors, keeping her business handmade, and help teaching others the traditional fine art techniques that have been passed down to her.
To see her work and learn more about her you can visit TracyLizotteStudios.com.
About the host, Miriam Schulman
In case we haven’t met yet, I’m Miriam Schulman, Chief Inspiration Officer of The Inspiration Place. I inspire art-lovers to reconnect with their creativity, learn new skills and techniques, and profit from their art. After witnessing the 9/11 terrorist attacks, I abandoned a lucrative hedge fund job to work on my art full time. Rejecting the starving artist myth, my paintings have been seen on NBC, published in art magazines & home décor books, and collected worldwide. I’d love to invite you to check out one of my free resources for art lovers (of every passion level) at schulmanart.com/freebies
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