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Are you a creative? Do you ever wonder if your art is worth selling? Or how to better represent yourself in the online world? Have you ever struggled with mental blocks when it comes to creating? I know I have.
I definitely started my art career totally guessing and Googling everything, which was exhausting, stressful, and I often couldn’t find an answer anyway. I think once I literally Googled “How do you sell art online.” Clueless.
But guess what? It doesn’t have to be a struggle. You can be a flourishing artist. My art mentor Emily Jeffords has created a free video series for creatives called Share the Work, and it’s PACKED full of good content. Emily is an artist, mother, creative educator, and mentor who has been working as a professional artist for a decade. She understands the struggles of being an artist because she’s been through it.
You should totally sign up for the free series, because I have learned SO much from her, and I know you will, too. There are 4 lessons in the series, and it starts this week! Here's the link to join: Share the Work: Free Video Series. (Seriously, it’s free).
About the course:
February 4th - 8th
Share the Work consists of 5 videos and 4 lessons starting February 4th. A new one drops each day through the 8th (but if you start late, it's not a problem! All videos remain available once posted through February 25th!)
Here's a peek at the topics:
February 12th - 18th
Emily is leading a week-long "Share Your Work" creative challenge
February 18th - 25th
Enrollment is open for Emily's Course Making Art Work!
About Emily Jeffords:
Emily is an artist, mother, business owner, creative educator, and mentor. She has over a decade of experience working as a full-time artist and has educated and mentored hundreds of artists and creatives.
Join Share the Work here. Let’s learn together!
UPDATE: the video series is now closed.
It's that time of year again!
If you're shopping for loved ones for the holidays and need some ideas, I've got you covered.
As an artist who sells 2D work, I am always getting questions about framing.
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The Most Important Thing When Buying Art
When buying art (any art) people often ask me, “Do you think this art is a good investment?”And my first response is always,