Renée Phillips is the founder and director of Manhattan Arts International ( Known as “The Artrepreneur Coach,” she offers art marketing advice and coaching to artists worldwide. She is the author of several books and the Artist Success Package. She has organized more than 50 exhibitions including 7 annual “Celebrate The Healing Power of ART”. She invites you to join her group Manhattan Arts International on LinkedIn, follow her on Twitter @reneephillipsny, and join her at

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The Sound of Music in the Artist’s Studio

Whatever habits and rituals the following artists choose, it is obvious that the sound of music is an integral companion in their studio.

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Create Successful Art Events

Although anyone can hang art on the wall, pour some wine, fill a few bowls with snacks, and call it an event.

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Promoting Women Artists

National Association of Women Artists, ArtTable, and Woman Made Gallery: Three outstanding organizations advancing women’s status in the arts

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The Healing Power of Art

Art can change a person’s outlook and the way they experience the world. We asked artists from around the world to submit art and writing about how their submissions relate to the healing process.

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How Important are Titles of Your Artwork?

Many artists prefer to leave their art “untitled” in order to let the viewer enjoy a personal experience without any interference.

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Art Pricing Tips

The following tips from Renée Phillips will help you develop a reliable and secure art-pricing system for a long time to come.

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What Inspires An Artist?

Looking for inspiration in your artwork? Look to these artists who live around the world and see what inspires them.

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The Art of Selling with Six Simple Steps

Selling your art can be hard at times, especially if you aren't a natural people person. Learn how to beat intimidation and improve your selling skills.

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Relive Your First Creative Encounter

These artists knew from an age when we used crayons that art would become a huge part of their lives. When did you realize your calling?

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Selling Your Artwork Can Be Enjoyable

When viewed from this positive perspective selling art becomes enjoyable, rewarding and powerful. Check out these five selling points.

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