In todays video, I’m sharing with you my 8 top ways on how to make money as an artist. Make a living from art and become a self employed artist and grow your art business.

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Special Olympic / Sam Art Work says:

This has help me on the way,

Wonder Cat says:

Great advice 🙂

Amy's Art and Design says:

I love watching your videos, your work is absolutely stunning, Amie! You give really great advice. I also love the fact that you are a full time working mummy! I’ve always worried about how I’ll juggle an Art career and family life, but you have given me a lot of hope, and it’s really admiring seeing how you are able to provide a living for your family, and how you are helping others do the same! <3

Ursula Kruppert-Hayes says:

Very clever. Thank you for sharing

Messi says:

Hi there Amie! Great advice 😀 A question though, what print service do you use if any for your prints? I’m struggling to find a happy medium between quality and price. The best price I got SLS but I find the finished product is a lot darker than I want

Jean Cervi says:

Loved the video and the ideas you shared — thanks for taking the time to help all of us. I do have one question about the commission works which would be do you have any tips specific to help build the commission side of our art? Word of mouth to friends is slow. I know some people pay to post on Facebook but have been reading a lot of complaints recently about the ads they paid for are not showing up. However, I see other artists who do commissions almost exclusively and are booked until next year — some do color work and others graphite drawings. Maybe it’s a matter of putting samples everywhere and hoping that people will see and like the art and decided to get something created but just wanted to slide this by and see if you had any further thoughts specific to commission work. Thanks.

34littleb Bristow says:

Great advice as always Amie x Thank you x

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