Be The Artist: The Interactive Guide to a Lasting Art Career (Hardcover)

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Be The Artist: The Interactive Guide to a Lasting Art Career (Hardcover)

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This go-to guide can be your handbook as you enter the art world and navigate the nuances of becoming self-sufficient. Instead of feeding you new techniques, it will provide you with insights to help you make decisions based on your specific situation and goals. By the end of this book, you will have a set of guidelines for scenarios that range from taking on commission work and conducting negotiations to dealing with rejection and improving your organization. Be the Artist is designed to help up-and-coming creatives educate themselves on essential yet seldom-discussed strategies, learn about new and relevant artists, and gather the resources they need to build their business.
Thomas “Detour” Evans is a professional American artist. Born into a military family, Detour spent his youth traveling the world, eventually settling in Colorado, where he attended the University of Colorado. While he initially studied business, his passion was art. Initially working out of his kitchen, creating art for himself, Detour has transitioned to full-time visual arts, creating artwork for major brands and large corporations. He now spends his days carving out new and alternative paths in the art world and sharing his discoveries and insights on his popular Instagram account, @detour303.
Product Details ISBN: 9781682752487
ISBN-10: 1682752488
Publisher: Chicago Review Press - Fulcrum
Publication Date: February 11th, 2020
Pages: 200
Language: English
"Freelance can be a difficult career path. the best resource artists have is each other to share their experiences and to get their advice, informed by trial and error, in an ever-changing job market. This is what makes the artist handbook so essential. It captures the invaluable resource of our community." —Birdcap, Muralist