Most frequent questions and answers

Not as long as your representatives are:

  1. selling enough of your art
  2. earning their sales commission
  3. paying you on time

Proceed at your own risk. When you do work with art galleries, you not only surrender 50% of your sales in commissions, you lose referral sales.

Referral sales, on average, amount to over 80% more potential sales where you keep 100% of your money. The inspiration artists gain by knowing their collectors is priceless.

Most art galleries are sold or they go out of business. Eventually, you will fall out favor because another artist’s work is easier to sell.

What would your life look like if you increased your sales by over 80% and you kept 100% of your money?

This program is for artists who want to learn how to sell their art, including established and emerging artists, artisans, designers, and photographers. Our community includes 23 different types of creative disciplines from 20 countries and counting.

This program is not for artists who are seeking new representation.

This interactive online program includes eight comprehensive courses with action steps and quizzes to test your comprehension along the way, bonus lectures, a global support network, monthly live Studio hours, a comprehensive assessment, and direct expert guidance from Ann Rea.

  • Yes. You can post questions for Ann Rea in our online community.
  • We have monthly group video meetings with Ann Rea to address your specific questions, remove your blocks, and keep you moving.
  • If you can’t make the group meetings you can post your question and Ann will read it on air for you to watch later. 

This is a self-paced program designed to help you earn results in 90 days. However, you’ll have access for a year. Each lesson and quiz takes less than 5 minutes each so that you can implement what you are learning at your own pace.

On a scale of 1 to 10, the average student triples their focus and self-confidence from an average of 2.5 to 8. Study Partners encourage each other and hold each other accountable.

You do not need an art degree to participate. Several of the most successful students did not attend art school, yet some students are art professors.

We do not offer scholarships but we do offer information about:

The Prototype Project is just like a final project in school. It’s an opportunity for you to test what you have learned. You will sell your art or you will not. Either way it’s okay because you will learn why you did or why you didn’t; something that most artists never learn in their life.

Students are under no obligation to disclose their private financial information so we do not have a reliable statistic. 

We focus on the business of marketing and selling your art, so we do not show or critique art.

Your attitude towards technology is more important than your aptitude. You only need to know how to use email, Facebook, and how to log in and out with a username and password.

You do not need to create a cohesive “body of work” before you apply. During your final project, you will create and sell your art.

We have a warm, welcoming, and supportive community, protected by a strictly enforced Code of Conduct.

We have an absolute zero-tolerance policy for rude, unprofessional, or disrespectful behavior directed at other students or towards Ann Rea. Violation of the Code of Conduct will result in expulsion without refund or prior notice.

Typically, an investment in education that furthers your business qualifies as a tax-deductible expense.
However, we can not offer any tax advice so you should consult with your tax advisor.

As long as you can show us that you tried to learn by providing evidence that you completed each of the lessons in course one of eight, within 30 days of enrolling, your tuition will be refunded to the credit card that you used to enroll.