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Artists Helping Artists

Artists Helping Artists: Selling Your Art On-Line with Leslie Saeta


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Artists Helping Artists is the #1 Art Show on Blogtalk radio! Join in each week as host Leslie Saeta discusses a specific topic that addresses how to sell more art on-line, along with guest artists, gallerists, and others sharing their knowledge of the business side of art. Leslie Saeta is an artist who paints with a palette knife to create vibrant, colorful paintings. Having spent 30 years in marketing her unique combination of talents has led to a successful career in art. Her non-traditional approach to marketing her art on the internet has created her desire to share her art marketing success with others.

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Due to some last minute unexpected events, our show this week is one day late. Today on the show, my guest host is Dreama Tolle Perry. Most of you know Dreama and I hosted the AHA show for years. I Originally this show was... more

We all know that being an artist is a tough job. You have to create your own product, do most of the marketing yourself and take a lot of rejection from galleries and shows. So how do you survive? Today's show is all about the... more

There are less than eight weeks until Christmas so now is the time to focus on what you need to do to increase your art sales. Join us on today's show as we share twenty things you can do to sell more aart over the holidays.

On today's show we are going to discuss how you can get instagram to work for you. We will talk about where you can find your audience, how you can ?beat the algorithm? and how you can monetize your efforts.

A graduate of Colorado Institute of Art, Ted Nuttall is a figurative artist whose painting expression was born out of his observation of people. Ted's paintings win awards in juried exhibitions throughout the country, and his work has been... more

Many of us are trying to sell our art ourselves. But the lure of a good gallery, a national show, or a membership in an art association of national repute is alluring. All of these can bring more buyers, higher prices, and the notion of... more

The tragic events occurring in Las Vegas this week inspired this show. It's said that artists feel more deeply, and are in the unique position to express their feelings via the expression of their art. Today we are going to discuss how you... more

It doesn't matter how long you have been an artist or where you are in life, deadlines are crucial. Whether it's paying a bill, writing a blog post or finishing a painting for a show, deadlines can help us stay on track. Deadlines help us... more

Every artist has made mistakes. But we are not sure how many have gone public with what those mistakes were. On today's show my co-host Margaret Sheldon and I will each share the top ten mistakes we think we have made so far in... more

Organizing your email can be a nightmare. The same goes with your inspirational photos. On today's show we will offer solutions for both of these difficult tasks. You might want to listen to this show.