Offering your work in the Arts and Crafts industry can be challenging, rewarding and also profitable. It all depends on how you perceive the work you create.
Many avenues are available to you to place your arts and crafts items in the hands of the right people; at craft fairs, selling wholesale, and making money selling on-line, plus in providing articles to publications that provide how-to-directions.
By offering classes in how to do what you do, you are able to establish a following of admirers within your community, you become the expert in your field. Since you have already prepared a syllabus by teaching your craft, on how to do what it is you do, you are able to stretch yourself to presenting your class instruction in step-by-step examples to your specific industry magazines', or consider on-line instruction. Offering classes on-line has become a very lucrative business within itself.
The Do it Yourself (DIY) industry and on-line and in print publishers are ripe for exciting ideas and designs that you may have overlooked though out the years as being just too simple. Well "simple" is exactly what the publishers are looking for. Look into this area of offering your art services if it interests you.
I have great admiration for specific groups, associations, and government agencies that help to further my goals, expand my mind, and appreciate and respect my talents.
That is where you also wish to be when working your Arts Business. With those people that are able to visualize and further your dream!
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