6 Simple Art Marketing Tips

  1. Send out 5 post cards a week to designers, clients, galleries, anyone you want to know about your art. If you make a commitment to send out a few each week, it won’t be an overwhelming job and it doesn’t cost a tremendous amount of money.
  2. USE your mailing list. I know that I’m guilty of letting time pass between emails. As artists we constantly need to get our name in front of those interested in our art.
  3. Write thank you notes to all those that buy your art and ask for referrals.  Also write notes to galleries and shows that sell your paintings.
  4. Network wherever and whenever you can. Go to places and events that your clients would go to. Give demos, volunteer. What can you do to get noticed?
  5. Send press releases out whenever you have shows, news, etc to share. Make an email list, send the press release out with a click. Just be sure to use the bcc.
  6. Donate to charities that will use your name in their promotional materials. Put you best foot forward. Don’t give them an old painting just because it has been around for a long time. Consider making giclees of your best paintings. The idea is to get people interested in your work and that would be your best work.

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