Art Juice podcast New Ways to sell Art Online

New and Exciting Ways to Sell Art Online [77]

Alice just held a virtual open studios and it sparked so many ideas for both of us.  It turns out that when galleries close, and art fairs cancel, and open studios can't happen, we are forced to come up with new ways to market…
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Growing Pains [76]

If you've ever send a marketing email with a dead link, started a project with no idea how to manage it, or spent years trying to make the wrong thing work, this episode is for you! This week's topic was inspired by a busy and stressful…
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Finding the Creative Spark [75]

This week we're discussing creativity and specifically how to spark new ideas or creative energy. For Louise, the impetus seems to come when she is most busy, so that she has less time to think and dabble and is forced to take action…
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How to avoid the over-thinking trap [74]

Has over-thinking in your studio ever frozen you in your tracks? But you also want to bring more consideration to you art than pure intuition? This one is for you! During our conversation with Brian last week, Alice asked “Is it…
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The Magic of Thinking and Feeling in Painting with Brian Rutenberg [73]

“You can’t have a thought unless you have a feeling first. So the idea in painting is to freeze the feeling and then let the person have the thought.” Today we are talking with New York painter Brian Rutenberg about all…
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Three questions artists should probably never ask [72]

This week, we share 3 of the questions that we are most often asked, and discuss why they're really not helpful. Often, especially when we are starting out or when we are switching to a new medium, we ask questions as a kind of…
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Should Artists Work for Free? [71]

This week's main topic was prompted by Alice's decision to lend a painting to a leading home decor magazine. The painting appears on the front cover this month, but some people were critical of her decision to loan the piece free of…

Art and Motherhood (or just a busy life) with Marissa Huber [70]

Ever felt that the odds of making art were stacked against you? Busting this myth was what prompted today's guest Marissa Huber to start a series of interviews with other artists. She wasn't prepared to sit back and be told there was no longer…
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Frayed nerves, broken glass, and really ... what's the point? [69]

Reaching breaking point isn't much fun. So what do you so when it all just gets a bit too much? This week, we address an email from a listener who writes “Could you and Alice address the “what’s the point of art”, “what…
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Can You Sell Art During a Crisis? [68]

You can't sell luxury items like art during a global pandemic. This seems to be a widely held belief and yet artists all over the world are discovering that it's not true. In fact, many artists are now selling online for the…

How to Fall in Love with Your Art [67]

This week's episode was prompted by a question from Kate, an Australian artist who asked: "Should you like your own work? Do you ever stop fighting that inner critic (and external critics) and just start enjoying the process?" We…

How will Covid-19 change artist ways of working? [66]

Or perhaps it doesn't much.... This week, we’re considering the shifts that we see happening in our artist communities. As galleries closed and art fairs were cancelled, many artists began to look for different ways of selling art. Things…