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Pricing your work is an art in itself and is probably the second most important thing that you do, right after creating the art itself. Pricing too high may discourage patrons and pricing too low undervalues your work. How do you decide? If you are new to SVOS, this is a must attend session
Melinda Cootsana, acclaimed artist who is represented by four galleries and author of "Your Studio: Nine Steps to a Successful Art Event", will share her approach to pricing.
Here is what you will learn:
Learn from the experts. Join us on Wednesday March 25th, 2015 7 - 9 pm
Location: Pacific Art League, 668 Ramona, Palo Alto - Click here to get the map
The most interesting part of my interview with Ed Lucey was his explanation of how he composed a landscape with cows that he was recently commissioned to paint. It is a large canvas—it was sitting on the floor of his studio, ready for delivery—and it caught my eye because I have a weakness for cows as a subject, and because the cows are grazing in the hills of California in early spring when the pastures are still green, another favorite subject.
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