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Aletta de Wal
Artist Advisor & Art Marketing Strategist

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Fabienne Bismuth
3-D Artist

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Huguette May
2-D Artist

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Aletta de Wal
Fabienne Bismuth
Huguette May

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The A.C.T. Team:

 

Founded in 1996, A.C.T. has grown from a local coaching practice into a "virtual university" delivering training to artists who want to make a better living making art. The programs, services and learning products continue to attract a core community of American artists, qualified "virtual faculty" across North America and a loyal readership all over the world.

Aletta de Wal, M.Ed. is equal parts artist, educator and entrepreneur. As an Artist Advisor she inspires fine artists to make a better living making art through personal consultations, professionally designed educational programs and practical independent study.

With a successful track record of creating, producing and selling her own work, managing a studio-gallery and delivering entrepreneurial workshops, de Wal helps fine artists to make more money so that they can get back to making more art.

Aletta@ArtistCareerTraining.com
250-549-2615 Pacific time.

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PatriceFederspiel6-07.jpgBorn in Port Washington, WI and educated at the University of Wisconsin/Madison, Patrice Federspiel currently lives and paints in Honolulu, Hawai‘i. Since arriving in Hawai‘i and joining Artist Career Training, Patrice’s art career has been on the fast track, resulting in numerous awards, solo and group exihibits, magazine/book features and articles, not to mention making her living as a full time artist.

Additionally, as one of our Art Marketing Mentors, Patrice's efforts have supported many artists on their path to success. Her advice to artists? "First, follow your dreams, especially if you don’t know where they will lead you. Second, find others of like mind and interest (the Artist Career Training community of artists is a GREAT place to do that!). Third: Learn as much as you can about your art form, the business of art (again, Artist Career Training has invaluable resources), your market, and the arts in your area. Fourth: always create…well we can’t help but do that; but create consciously and with intent. Your creations will nourish you and others in more ways than you will know. Fifth: be open. Opportunity knocks when you least expect it. You want to be prepared, so start to get ready NOW!" You can view Patrice's work at her website: www.artofaloha.com