Making a Living as an Airbrush Artist

For me, it has always been a matter of balance. I love to paint and draw so much that I don’t take adequate time to promote my work commercially. This can be a good thing, actually a very good thing because practice makes progress; However, it does leave me behind in revenue for my art business. So how do we find a balance between the need to be at the easel, improving our craft, as opposed the need to increase revenue from our art so we can survive?

For me, the answer is structure. I am determined to increase my revenue by setting a time each week for the promotion and acquiring more paid jobs with my art.  As artists, I am sure we all had to work a regular job in somebody else’s business. Let’s use those skills from those jobs and apply them to our art business. Face it, if you treat your art career as a hobby, so will your audience.

Every Friday, I am determined to spend the day marketing and researching, creating and calling contacts to grow my art business. You are your own best friend and business partner. Don’t let yourself down. I will keep you all posted on how my business Fridays go.

Don’t forget to check out my Amazon Store for the products I use to create my unique paintings and videos: www.amazon.com/shop/influencer-c0314c4e

 

 

6 thoughts on “Making a Living as an Airbrush Artist”

    1. Hi Kim, Thank you so much for your reply. It goes against our grain but it is something we must do,,,,I hate it 🙁

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