Art in the Professions
Many people sell their art to make extra income, or as a full-time job. But how, and where? Surprisingly, there are quite a few options out there. And this works for physically made items such as jewelry, postcards, and traditional art, as well as digital items like t-shirt designs, photos, and digital art.
If you prefer to sell offline, in the real world, whether through a third party, or in person, there are several options for you. You can show your art in a gallery, sell in boutiques, craft fairs, or go by word of mouth.
Galleries Galleries sometimes charge you to display your work, but get a fai
I am an artist who varies between painting, sculpting, photography, drawing, sketching and designing. I have taken small classes in painting/drawing, clay and photography, but I'm mostly self taught since I was little. I'm hoping to go to college in August for Studio Arts, then transfer to Monseen, PA for Special Effects and Graphic Design. I mostly want to go to a University in France, due to the fact that France has the most highly rated art schools in the world. My main goal is to someday build a studio, then see where that takes me. All of my art is (mostly) original. Please feel free to message me about questions, opinions or suggestions. I'm definitely open for constructive criticism.
Favourite Visual Artist
The Crow, Swiss Army Man, The Dark Knight
Favourite TV Shows
Sons of Anarchy, Supernatural, Psych
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Papa Roach, Nirvana, Foo Fighters, The Offspring, Rise Against
Your use of color is amazingly hypnotic! I took a brief look at your art and became inspired. They're very uplifting. I may be colorblind, so I'm sure I'm seeing different colors than you intended, yet they still felt somewhat hypnotic. Keep up the great work! I look forward to seeing more.