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How to make money with your art.

Sunday, March 31, 2013

1. Be willing to improvise: make sufficient money to stay afloat.
Don't give up your day job, especially in this economic climate.
  or work part time. The people you work with may be interested in buying your art.

Keep your improvisation related to your art.
 For example, if you intend
to be a painter and you get the chance to paint murals, go for it.
you’re desperate, take a job


Thursday, March 28, 2013

These are the photos  of other people's works that I pinned to my boards which were repinned the most  for the past week by visitors when they were looking at my collections.
They are not my photos so they aren't for sale. 

This sort of information is good market research.
It helps me with choosing what sorts of things to make when producing crafts for popular consumption.

Craft and Art Classes for Children and adults enrolling now

Monday, March 25, 2013

Hearts on a mini stretched canvas $35.00 each plus postage. 

Rotorua Daily Post  Article by Janet Keen

Hearts on a 10cm  by 10 cm canvas using acrylic paint, stamps and scrap booking or other recycled paper  and pva glue.

This easy, peasy lesson can be made by children or adults and they make cool presents and wonderful affirmations for reminding yourself to be grateful.
 In a

Pinterest For Artists: 5 Creative Ways To Share Your Work

Thursday, March 14, 2013

       I have just copied and pasted other peoples work from my pinterest account to my blog. I like it for collecting other people's images and having a pleasing array for me to look at for inspiration. 

I have yet to share any of my own artwork on it because I am concerned about copyrite issues but I guess people  can steal my images off my blog if they really want to. 



Mosaic weekend workshops In Rotorua for Teachers, teacher aides, and support staff.

Sunday, March 10, 2013


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