Renée Phillips is the founder and director of Manhattan Arts International (www.ManhattanArts.com). 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 www.Facebook.com/ReneePhillipsArtCoach.
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For your purposes, you should define “collectors” as any individuals or companies that may be interested in your work and are willing to pay the price you ask.
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If you have ever considered starting an artist’s support group, here are 17 guidelines to get you started.
Rely on professional word of mouth to learn more about the gallery’s artists, reputation, history, success rate and its position in the art community.
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