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Part 2: CUTV News Radio spotlights Gwenda Joyce of Art Ambassador

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Novato, CA – Every artist needs and wants an audience–the goal of art is to communicate–but all too often artists fall short in marketing their art and developing their audience because they are so focused on their own work. It’s the artist’s dilemma.

Gwenda Joyce is the Art Ambassador for “artists who are going places.” Gwenda is an Art Success Coach and agent who helps artists transform their careers and achieve the success they’ve always dreamed of. Gwenda can help artists develop a strong individualized strategy for career development and gallery representation.

“An artist deserves to have his or her work seen by the larger world and bought by the buying public,” says Gwenda. “Creativity is inherently human but it’s often stifled. It needs to be valued.”

As a guide and supporter of artists, Gwenda works primarily visual artists, but her coaching process can be applied to any artist in any medium or form. 

“For artists to be who they truly are in this world, they need to be passionately connected with and committed to their art,” says Gwenda. “It’s about being authentic. If we can connect with our creative center, promoting our work becomes part of the creative process. There is no conflict.”

Gwenda operated her own fine art gallery in Chicago for 25 years prior to establishing the Art Ambassador, so she knows all too well the challenges young artists face developing their careers and working with galleries.

"I am passionate about helping artists create the success they want with increased exposure, reputation and sales. If you want a successful art career, I’m the person who can help get you there."

For more information on Gwenda Joyce, visit www.ArtAmbassador.net.

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