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The Dreaded Six Words

The Dreaded Six Words

The Six Dreaded Words can be the moment of truth for many of us. If you don’t know what to do and what to say when faced with a premature end to a presentation of your art, this is one of a series of articles that will help you. Let’s explore this important subject!

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Snap Out of It!

Snap Out of It!

Of all the E’s, from the E’s of Selling Art System, Elasticity can be one of the more challenging to put into practice. In this article, you will find a little inspiration mixed with helpful hints to keep you in the right frame of mind. There’s even a link to a super checklist that could be a real game-changer at your very next art show.

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Four Dirty Little Words

Four Dirty Little Words

When we are in situations where we are showing our artistry to total strangers, we naturally want to tell the world all about our art and ourselves. And the Four Dirty Little Words begin to dominate. This article will give you tips to corral your ego and to turn everything around. With just a little rethinking and minor vocabulary revisions, you can easily make it all about them.

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Aren’t You Curious?

Aren’t You Curious?

Your job, when showing your art in a face-to-face situation, is to instill a comradery. Your goal is to find more homes for you artful creations. That requires you to find out what a viewer is liking (or not liking!) and help them hone their interests in your work. The easiest way to get to their core feelings is to be curious. The examples in this article with help you gain more trust.

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911 – What’s Your Emergency?

911 – What’s Your Emergency?

There is a multitude of ways to let the air out of the balloon. The best is to create a slow leak. But when someone needs to “think about it” you certainly need to keep the “sharp objects” as far away from that balloon as possible. Here are some tips that will help in the here and now – the critical moments of final decisions.

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