Ann Rea

I will not try to sell you on applying to enroll in the Making Art Making Money program. Instead, I will simply tell you who this program is for and who it is not for.

Is it easy to sell your art? We all know that it’s not.

Is it possible? Absolutely!

But if you are looking to “get rich quick,” then look elsewhere. You’re not going to be “discovered,” and no one is coming to save you. You alone are responsible for your success.

If you are ready to help yourself then I am ready to help you.

Ann Rea

Who is this program is designed for?

Artists who have sold some of their art and who want to sell more or who have had people express sincere interest in buying their art.

Artists who want to sell their art authentically and organically.

Artists who are friendly, coachable, and co-operative.

Artists who take 100% complete responsibility for their success by investing in it with their time, money, and effort.

Artists who are willing and able to schedule two to three hours a week to learn a proven process.

Artists who are willing to work with Study Partners, of their choosing, to learn together, support one another, and gently hold each other accountable.

Artists who are emotionally prepared to express their true selves.

Artists who are willing to commit to graduating by earning back their tuition investment through the sale of their art, at a minimum, during their final project where they will determine their unique niche.

Who is this program is NOT for?

Artists who are just getting started making art and have had no one yet express interest in buying their art and or do not possess basic computer literacy.

Artists who are looking for ways to find gallery representation and or who are secretly hoping to be “discovered.”

Artists who tend to whine and blame instead of looking for and trying solutions. 

Artists who are unwilling to take a good, long, and honest look at themselves and their limiting beliefs. 

Artists who use deceptive or sleazy sales tactics.

Artists who are snobs, know it alls, competitive, jealous, rude, mean, self-righteous, and or selfish.

Artists who are so fragile that they can not explore their own emotions.

Artists who are so skeptical that they can’t recognize and accept opportunities and people who can help them.