These days there is so much advice on the Internet, I mean tons....some good, and some that seems a little, well....shallow, self-serving, or half-baked. Penetrating through this fog, there is one person who I recommend, Alyson Stanfield. I have followed her for years. Her professional experience at the museum level is well-grounded, yet her very down-to-earth approach helps artists get their work out of the studio to develop promotional visibility and a market for their work.
I read her book, "I'd Rather Be in the Studio" which reveals practical ways to market your art or craft more effectively. It is definitely worth reading.
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Van Houten Cocao Flower Brooch by Harriete Estel Berman was constructed from post-consumer recycled tin cans. See a preview of the Flower Brooch collection on Flickr.