I wanted to make more money from my art but I didn’t know where to start.
And I didn’t want to have to become a pushy salesperson.
So I worked with art galleries but they didn’t sell enough of my art.
I didn’t know how to find more collectors. Because I didn’t know my niche.
I lacked focus and confidence.
I tried business and marketing courses.
But conventional business and marketing only works if you’re selling goods or services.
I realized that an artist’s product is emotion.
So I reviewed art history and I studied luxury marketing.
And I discovered how all successful artists, living or dead, determined their niche.
I call it “The 4-Part Code©.”
Armed with my 4-Part Code, in 2005, I moved to San Francisco and I fired my representatives.
Yet I sold $103,246 of my art during my first year as a full-time artist, without connections or any support.
Then the 2008-2009 recession hit.
Much like today, over 50% of the art galleries in the United States went out of business.
But, I knew that the affluent make money in up and down markets, and they keep buying art.
I also learned that people who care about art, care about the artist.
My collectors made introductions to other collectors, that my galleries would never make.
Through referrals I gained over 80% more art sales and I kept 100% of the money. Because I didn’t have to pay 50% in sales commissions to my representatives.
After receiving national press attention, artists began asking for my help. I didn’t have the time.
Then my intern graduated from the San Francisco Academy of Art with over $200,000 of debt.
She had no job prospects. Her mother recently died of cancer. Then her father lost his job.
This inspired me to create the Making Art Making Money® program.
My students graduate by determining their niche. And by selling enough of their art to at least cover their tuition investment.
My students either sell their art or they don’t.
Either way, it’s okay. Because they learn why they did sell their art and why they didn’t.
Is it easy to sell your art? We all know that it’s not.
Is it possible to sell your art? Absolutely!
We’re looking for five artists.
- If you’d love to pivot your art sales and marketing while doubling your focus in 30 days.
- If you have 2-3 hours a week to learn.
- If you’re friendly and coachable and you’ve already sold at least $2500 of your art.
Click here to schedule an initial 10-minute application call.
If it looks like I can help, we’ll schedule a 30-minute call to explore how.
You’ll graduate by determining your niche. And by selling enough of your art to cover your tuition investment.
You’ll Gain Support
Join a warm and welcoming community free of competition, jealousy, and snobbery.
Our global community includes 23 different types of established and emerging artists.
Artists from 20 countries and counting.
You’ll have the support of my mentorship and several Study Partners of your choosing. So that you’ll have encouragement and accountability.
You’ll Experience Growth
If you’re the average graduate, you’ll more than double your focus and confidence. Students learn 4-minute daily exercises developed by noted Performance Psychologist Dr. George Pratt. Clinical studies prove the results.
You’ll Have Certainty
You’ll have a 30-day money-back guarantee, as long as you complete the first of eight courses.
When you know your niche, you can sell 80% more art, on average, by way of referrals. And you will keep 100% of your money.
You can stop paying 50% or more in sales commissions.
Walk away from exclusivity agreements with galleries who aren’t earning their keep.
Please note. If you don’t know your niche, click here and l
earn how much it’s costing you now to not know your niche and understand how much it’s going to cost you year after year.
The pandemic has changed the art market and you now have three choices.
- You can do nothing. But if you do nothing, you’ll fail, guaranteed.
- You can do some things. But if you only do some things, you’re going to struggle.
- You can do the right things, right now, and not only survive, but thrive.
My experience is that the best investment I’ve made have been in myself.
Invest in yourself. You’re worth it.
PS Looking for experienced insight? Borrow over 15 years of my practical experience in luxury marketing and sales by booking a phone consultation. Click here.