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by Brian Marshall White

  • ISBN: 1589397622
  • Category: Money & Business
  • Author: Brian Marshall White
  • Subcategory: Job Hunting & Careers
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Virtualbookworm.com Publishing (July 21, 2005)
  • Pages: 148 pages
  • FB2 size: 1760 kb
  • EPUB size: 1215 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
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Then this book is for you! Breaking into the Art World is filled with practical information on how to get started . Many artists only dream of making a living from our fine art. Brian Marshall White is doing it and telling us how in this book.

Then this book is for you! Breaking into the Art World is filled with practical information on how to get started making a living as an artist. His approach may not agree with everyone - especially those who graduated from art school and are waiting for galleries to accept them. In this book he shows that if you want to create art full-time, and don't mind creating some that suits your local market more than your own aesthetic, you can make a living.

Then this book is for you! "Breaking into the Art World" is filled with practical information on "how to get started . The author, Marshall White, lives in Kona, Hawaii and works as a full-time artist.

Then this book is for you! "Breaking into the Art World" is filled with practical information on "how to get started making a living as an artist. His pai Have you ever wanted to be a full-time artist and make a living at it? Have you ever wanted to know how to get started selling your art? Then this book is for you! "Breaking into the Art World" is filled with practical information on "how to get started making a living as an artist

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Fleet by Brian Marshall. Well it starts out as a mystery. An artist so desperate to make a name for himself, he's going to break into a museum and put his own painting up on the wall. I was totally hooked from page on. "I love, love, loved this book. I found Fleet to be utterly delicious. Sort of. Then morphs into an Urban Fantasy. And yet still, in its heart of hearts, it dreams of being literary fiction.

How does one earn a living as an artist (fine art)?  . There’s many good books out on this topic. A good one for you to probably start with is Market Art Online Now by Barney Davey.

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Welcome to the Great White Way! ) and a theatrically ironic eye roll (almost .

Welcome to the Great White Way! ) and a theatrically ironic eye roll (almost a whole head roll), Tracy recognizes that Brooke is a character, in both senses of the word-an idiosyncratic, overflowing, even overwhelming personality, and someone made to be represented in a work of fiction. The apparent arbitrariness of incidents, pulled into the story’s gravitational field, makes its tight social circles seem populous, wondrous, and vast. Mistress America is inhabited by characters who, moving through the two women’s orbits, gain enormous vividness from their crossing light.

In this book, Kate Scully and Debra Johnston Cobb look at how the industry .

In this book, Kate Scully and Debra Johnston Cobb look at how the industry has developed and how it works before moving on to look at the skills a colour forecaster employs to draw a color palette together, often 18 to 24 months in advance of the selling season.

Have you ever wanted to be a full-time artist and make a living at it? Have you ever wanted to know how to get started selling your art? Then this book is for you! "Breaking into the Art World" is filled with practical information on "how to get started making a living as an artist." The author, Marshall White, lives in Kona, Hawaii and works as a full-time artist. His paintings and prints of Hawaii are wonderfully detailed and popular with local art buyers and tourists who visit the island. At this writing, his works of art are displayed in various galleries in Hawaii and in Thailand and are collected by people from all over the world. This book is the first of his writings to be published and was written to help other artists who often ask him, "Do you make a living with your art how did you make the jump to being a full-time artist?" It has been written for people who, like himself when he began, have no clue what to do to get started marketing and selling their art.
Reviews about Breaking into the Art World: How to start making a living as an artist (7):
Dagdalas
As others have mentioned, this book is slightly out of date but I feel 90% of the information is relevant and useful. Packed with pluck and moxie,, the author delivers his systematic strategy to marketing artwork to tourists. I found his writing to be very earnest and passionate. Thankfully, he does not beat around the bush with the details and specifics. It's refreshing to read a text from the trenches with practical solutions. His advice would apply to many regions but this book is primarily informative for those living near or in a tourist area. Good stuff!
Gio
Alot of other artist how-to books give you cover to cover advice on how to write up an artist's statement and compile a portfolio for gallery submission, suggesting such things as go make a name for yourself in another country before trying to get into US galleries... win a grant... win a contest...- BEFORE submitting your portfolio.

This book is the most effective artist's guide out there for learning how to EARN AN INCOME, gallery or no gallery. Obviously all artists want gallery representation cuz that means they get to paint and forget about the pressure of promoting themselves... but anyone who has tried to get into a gallery without having been in one before will discover the catch22 that no gallery wants someone who is unknown...

What I love about Brian's approach is that in bypassing the gallery, as he himself experienced, he got galleries to come to him!

TOO COOL!

He gets into guide-for-dummies detail, offers all the phone numbers of his personal suppliers (very helpful especially since I live his town!)

and stimulates one to think off the page, meaning I got so many more ideas from his suggestions that aren't even in the book... it's just that kind of book- it gets you motivated and thinking creatively AND realistically (something we artists can have trouble with).

I wanna go thru the phone book and take this guy out to lunch- he's my new hero!
RUL
Many artists only dream of making a living from our fine art. Brian Marshall White is doing it and telling us how in this book. His approach may not agree with everyone -- especially those who graduated from art school and are waiting for galleries to accept them. In this book he shows that if you want to create art full-time, and don't mind creating *some* that suits your local market more than your own aesthetic, you can make a living. He doesn't deal with how to submit to galleries and such, but how to get your art into buyer's hands directly. I am inspired.
Road.to sliver
This book looks to have been self published by the artist. I really appreciate the fact that he seems to have written it purely to help other artists get started accomplishing their dreams. If you need help figuring out how to budget, how much to expect to spend, and different printing options, this book is for you. If you aren't as interested in the technical side of selling art as you are in navigating the art world, this book will not be of much help. The author has made a sincere attempt to help us get started selling art on our own.
Jox
I purchased this book with several other titles on the same subject. If I had to pick only one of them this would be the book.
Out of the books I've read this is the only one that gives you a solid plan and explains step by step how to make it work.
A must read for any artist who is interested in a plan for making a living making and selling their art.
Bynelad
A very helpful book for those who would take a realistic look at making a living as an artist. A touch out dated regarding the internet, but the ideas that are expressed can be applied with a little imagination.
Bedy
For someone starting to sell or interested in how to start out, this is a good book. It is easy to understand and follow, with basic starting suggestions. For an artist already in the market, it is a good reminder of basics. I would suggest anyone that is interested in taking the next step, from making your art to selling your art should read it. If you are already being represented, there is not much new information, just a reminder of the basics.
I've known Marshall White for many years, I met him in Kona. he was such an inspiration to me. I've wanted to get this book for a long time and I finally did. I enjoyed it very much and look forward to using the information he gives. Thanks Marshall!

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