Show your art! Austin Kleon

Are you an artist looking to showcase your work but unsure where to start? Look no further! Austin Kleon, author of “Show Your Work!”, has provided some insightful tips for displaying your artwork:
1. Use social media to your advantage – platforms such as Instagram and Twitter provide a free and accessible way to share your artwork with a large audience.
2. Display your artwork in a physical space – consider participating in art shows or reaching out to local businesses to display your work.
3. Make it easy for people to purchase your artwork – include pricing and purchasing information on your website or social media profiles.
4. Utilize online marketplaces – websites like Etsy and Redbubble provide a platform for artists to sell their work online.
5. Don’t be afraid to showcase your process – sharing behind-the-scenes glimpses into your artistic process can provide insight into your work and create a stronger connection with your audience.
By following these tips, you can effectively showcase your artwork and reach a wider audience. Remember, recognizing the need to display your art is the first step in designing a strategy for success.


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