Martha Richards, Executive Director, WomenArts and Margaret Danielak (Right) at the De Young Museum, San Francisco, C
Recently I took a break from coaching artists to enjoying learning about the work of women artists - a greatly underappreciated group when it comes to museums! My friend and colleague Margaret Danielak led the tour, sponsored by WomenArts, at the De Young Museum in San Francisco, California.
As an art rep, lecturer and ArtNetwork Press author, Margaret produces innovative art-related events in alternative venues. Her company, Pasadena-based DanielakArt has exhibited the work of its artists at the California School of Culinary Arts, Heritage Wine Company, Vroman's Bookstore, the Fine Artists Factory, Sweetland Hall (All Saints Church), and Phantom Galleries LA at Homestead House in Pasadena among other locations.
Artists often ask me about how to get an artist rep. Margaret has the answer for you in "Sell My Art! Finding & Keeping Effective Representation."
I thought you might be interested in peeking behind the curtain to learn more about what it takes for an artist rep to do what Margaret does so well.
With Margaret's permission I share with you the letter she sent me after our great day.
P.S. Not sure where to start working on the next phase of your art career or want some brand new art marketing shoes? ? E-mail Aletta@ArtistCareerTraining.com to book a free 15-minute conversation about your art business.
Note: The is still time to register for The Manufacturing Mindset - Creating Artistic Collections Manufacturers Will Want to License! Classes are taught online by J'net Smith of All Art Licensing. The dates for The Manufacturing Mindset - Creating Artistic Collections Manufacturers Will Want to License! have been changed to April 27 and 28, 2011. All Art Licensing Schedule of Classes
In response to all the inquiries, the 4 class package is available in recordings for $100 - but you must scroll down this page to find it.