Over the years, we have come across a few common misconceptions of art reproductions. Continue reading to learn all about these common misconceptions.
If you’re an artist looking to quit your full-time job and go ‘all in’ on your art or simply looking to increase or secure a more steady income, you may have considered a number of out-there ideas. Painting more, collaborating … Read More
The dreamer, the starving artist, and even the avid painter whose work wasn’t famous until after their passing all have one thing in common. They are stereotypical artist archetypes in history and we, as the outsiders looking in, find this … Read More
Creating your own art is rewarding on its own. That said, earning money along the way doesn’t hurt, especially if you’re hoping to build a viable, long term career as an artist. Building up the confidence to start selling your … Read More
‘Artist anxiety’ is a normal problem to face when you’re considering putting your work on the market. The fear of your art being judged or not appreciated is a concern for professionals and beginners alike. But, if you’re a talented … Read More
At Art House , our number one pet peeve is that we almost always hear the following misconception from artists: “Reproducing my art will devalue it”. This is entirely untrue, and anyone who tells you otherwise is likely not very … Read More