This week I’m taking a bit of vacation, so instead of writing an article, I’m just going to post a link to a very good article by someone else. (Don’t you wish you could do this at work? Just link to other people’s work and pass it off as your own!) The article is titled “Selling Painted Portraits, Fact or Fiction: is anyone really selling Painter portraits?” The previous link downloads a PDF file from Painter workshop instructor Karen Sperling’s site. Sperling has been involved with Painter since version one, and continues to hold workshops for photographers looking to learn how to use Painter. As an artist offering Painter services through my studio (A Work of Art), I found this article very interesting–and encouraging! There’s lots of good information here regarding pricing and marketing, so I urge you to check it out, especially if you’re a photographer thinking about adding Painter to your product line. And if you’re looking to learn Painter, be sure to check out Sperling’s classes and her new book, at her site Artistrymag.com. Have a good week!
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