Welcome to the nineteenth episode of Smart Art Business, a podcast created to help artists thrive.
If you are reading this, you are most likely an artist that invests a lot of time, energy and resources into creating your artwork. Over the coming months, we will be chatting with artists and industry professionals to bring you ideas and suggestions on how to refine your work, increase your sales, and broaden your audience.
In this episode, we chat with artist Stephanie Steiner
Born in Mexico City and working in San Francisco, Stephanie is a self-taught artist that began her artistic career in 2011. During her first art show, she won the top award for excellence which helped launch her as a professional artist. Her work has been exhibited and collected as part of private and corporate collections in the United States, Mexico and Europe including the Sutter Health CPMC Hospital in San Francisco. She is currently an Artist Member of ArtSpan with consignment work available through the SFMOMA Artist Gallery in San Francisco and the Andrés Siegel Arte Gallery in Mexico City.
In this episode we discuss:
- Saying “Yes” to opportunity
- Artistic collaborations – from furniture stores to major institutions
- The importance of professionalism and accountability
- Art Rental Programs
- Exploring different markets
- Cultivating relationships with clients / Repeat Collectors
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