with host artist Miriam Schulman
Today, I’ve invited top artist agent Lilla Rogers to join me on the Inspiration Place Podcast! Lilla books her clients for illustration jobs, and we’re answering your questions!
In this podcast, you’ll discover…
- Different niches that artists can pursue in illustration
- What kinds of artists excel at illustration
- What publishers are looking for when booking illustration jobs
- New Artistic trends to expect in 2020
- Instagram – @makeartthatsells
- Facebook – makeartthatsells
- Pinterest – makeartthatsells
- Twitter – @artthatsells
- Instagram – @lillarogers
- Lilla Rogers – “I Just Like to Make Things”
Lilla is the founder of Lilla Rogers Studio, a visionary art agency that represents over three dozen artists from around the world and has sold art for products worth over $200 million. An accomplished illustrator herself, she has been in the business for over three decades. The Studio’s client list includes Anthropologie, Crate & Barrel, Chronicle, the New York Times, Blue Q, Godiva, Barneys New York, Warner Brothers, IKEA, Target, Paperchase, and hundreds more.
The Studio represents some of the most sought-after artists worldwide and has licensed their artwork on a huge variety of products, such as bathing suits, teacups, scrubs, bathmats, puzzles, piggybanks, clocks, paper lanterns, children’s books, wall décor, and much more. Lilla is a trusted mentor to internationally renowned artists and has taught throughout her career. She has lectured at venues such as ICON: the Illustration Conference, Printsource NY, the Creative Connection Event, art colleges and corporations, and is frequently interviewed for her expertise as an agent, trendsetter, and artist.
Lilla’s love for art inspired her to pursue a degree in fine art in San Francisco, a second degree in illustration, and launch a fruitful illustration career in New York City in the ’80s. But it was the entrepreneurial gene she inherited from her parents that led her into the agency business. Lilla has the extraordinary ability to recognize new artistic trends as well as technology developments that allow illustration to morph and take on a new life within the media revolution. Lilla’s book, I Just Like to Make Things, is a best-seller in ‘Business of Art’ on Amazon.
- Instagram: @makeartthatsells
- Instagram: @lillarogers
- Facebook: Make Art that Sells
- Pinterest: Make Art that Sells
- Twitter: @makeartthatsells
About the host, Miriam Schulman
In case we haven’t met yet, I’m a watercolor and mixed media artist. My art has been featured in numerous publications such as Somerset Studio, and I’m the founder of The Inspiration Place where I give my students stepping stones to create beautiful art as well as the emotional support they need to stay inspired. See the art I create at art.SchulmanArt.com or learn how to paint with me at TheInspirationPlace.net
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