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It is often assumed that people who love art must be poor because they are not ‘practical’ enough to get a ‘real job’. This could not be further from the truth! In fact, there are many ways to make a great living as an artist.

Many artists struggle to find ways to make a living through their art. While some may be able to sell their work, that is not always a viable option. There are many other ways to make money through your art, from teaching classes to providing services.

However, making a living through your art can be a very stressful proposition. Not only do you have to worry about creating great work, but you also have to worry about how to sell it and make a living from it.

It’s important to plan things thoroughly. Do not just jump into business without making a plan and setting goals for your art business. Allow yourself to process the whole experience.

For example, think about the kind of artwork you want to sell. Sometimes, these ideas come up naturally without you even trying. You can even come up with brilliant ideas while you’re taking a shower with your glutathione whitening soap as you sing along with your favourite artist on the radio. It’s all about timing.

Different ways to make money through art

It can be tough to start an art business and make a living from it. There are many different ways to make money through your art, but it can be difficult to find the right one for you. You may have to experiment a little to find what works best for you. Here are some of the most common ways artists make money:

  1. Sell your work: This is the most obvious way to make money as an artist, but it’s not always easy. If you’re able to sell your paintings, sculptures, or other artwork, you can make a good living.
  2. Teach classes: If you’re an artist, you probably have a lot of knowledge and expertise to share. Why not teach classes to help others learn about your art form?
  3. Provide services: If you’re good at something artistic, such as graphic design or illustration, you can provide services to clients who need them.
  4. Use your art to promote a cause: If you’re passionate about a cause, you can use your artwork to raise awareness and funds for it.
  5. Sell products with your art on them: You can put your art on all sorts of products, from t-shirts to coffee mugs, and sell them online or in stores.
  6. Teach art to children: You can work as a teaching artist in schools or other settings, and help children learn about and appreciate art.
  7. Work in a museum: If you love art and want to share your knowledge with others, working in a museum might be the perfect job for you.
  8. Start an online business: With the power of the internet, you can reach a global audience and sell your art online.
  9. Write about your art: If you’re a good writer, you can share your insights about art with the world by writing articles, blog posts, or even books.
  10. Give talks or lectures: You can share your expertise with others by giving talks or lectures about your art.
  11. Be an artist in residence: You can apply to be an artist in residence at a school, museum, or other organization. This can be a great way to get exposure to your work and meet new people.
  12. Sell your art on commission: If you’re willing to let others choose what you paint or draw, you can sell your art on commission.
  13. Enter art contests: There are all sorts of art contests out there, and if you’re lucky you could win a prize that helps you make money.
  14. Donate your art to charity: If you don’t want to sell your artwork, you can always donate it to charity. This can help you get a tax deduction, and it will also make you feel good knowing that your art is helping others.
  15. License your art: If you want to keep your artwork but also make money from it, you can license it to businesses who want to use it for their products or services.

Summary

The best way to find the right way to make money through art is to experiment a little and see what works best for you. There are many different ways to make money as an artist, so don’t be afraid to try something new. Keep in mind that it takes hard work and dedication to make a successful art business, but it’s definitely possible. With a little creativity and perseverance, you can make your art career dreams a reality.

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About The Author

I am a Business LifeStyle coach who specialises in working with artists, designers, crafters and all creative professionals. Myself and my partner Stuart Horrex are here to help you to achieve your Life & business goal and dreams. We have had over 20 years experience in finance, retail,furniture,food,wine fashion,crafts and hospitality.

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