Archives for August 2012

How to Sell Art Online

Do you want to learn how to sell art online?  Are you looking for ways to increase your online art sales?  Or do you wish you had more art buying customers? A lot of artists want to know how to sell art online. There are 4 important things you need to get art sales and […]

Become a Happy Habit for Your Readers

Would you like to get and keep more art blog readers? Have you ever been too busy to do good follow-up? Ever had health problems, or family emergencies, or just times when you were too busy to keep everything going the way you wanted to? Has your project ever suffered because you were too busy […]

Why Some Artists Will Almost Certainly Prosper in the New Economy

“Come, my friends, ‘Tis not too late to seek a newer world.”  – Tennyson There is revolution in the air. Unless you have spent the last four or so years on Mars you can’t have missed the restless loss of direction of the western world as it has struggled to make sense of the momentous […]

What An Artist Can Learn From Watching the Evolution of My Blog (The Evolution Continues)

If you remember a couple of months ago, I wrote a post called What An Artist Can Learn from Watching the Evolution of My Blog. In that post I told you all about how I first got started with WordPress.  I mentioned how I started out not knowing anything about blogging. And I also told […]

An Important Message to My Valued Subscribers

On Monday, August 6, I transferred my blog from WordPress.com to my own self-hosted site. If you notice my URL is now garybolyer.com. Unfortunately, when I did this I lost all of my subscribers.  If you came to my blog today through a bookmark, Facebook, or Twitter, and would like to continue to receive my […]

How Small Steady Actions Move Us Forward to Our Artistic Goals

“Do not be afraid of moving slowly.  Be only afraid of standing still.”  – Chinese Proverb Have you ever thought about the importance of the small, steady actions you take every day toward your artistic goals? You can’t imagine how important these really are. Most of us have a very distorted notion of how things […]

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