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Give Them What They Want… (Art Judges That Is!)

Artists who compete in art competitions wish to be recognized and have their art validated.  How they use that recognition is up to each particular artist (a whole other post topic). Artists can gain more recognition if they give art judges what they are looking for when they judge and evaluate the entries for a […]

How to Approach an Art Gallery

By Jenny Judova, Guest Blogger  –  Gallery Representation is the Holy Grail for many artists, a symbol that you made it as an artist, that you are recognized by the industry. I will not spend time repeating what I have said over and over again that in this day and age spending time on trying […]

Comparing an Artist’s CV with an Artist’s Biography

For our monthly online art competitions and our special “Solo Art Series” competitions we ask artists to provide us with a biography.  A well written biography helps to get an artist into our competition’s “Top 10” and to become part of our “Overall” winning artists category.  A good biography is a must when presenting yourself […]

10 Great Ways for Artists to Start 2016!

Now is the time for artists to get ready for the New Year.  There may be things which an artist might do differently, at a higher level or more frequently to improve their art marketing and ultimately the sales of their artwork this year. Following are some actions an artist can take to improve their […]

Year in Review – Our Top Winning Artists for 2015

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is pleased to announce its “Year in Review” edition has been compiled and is now posted.  This feature reviews and promotes the gallery’s 12 top winning artists for the 12 individual monthly art exhibitions held in 2015. In 2015 the gallery received more than 7,950+ entries for our […]

Think of the Business of Art as an Art Competition!

The definition of the word competition is “the act of competing; rivalry for supremacy, a prize, etc”.  Every month Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery receives hundreds of entries for our online art competitions. After five years, we still receive a large number of sloppy or incomplete entries from artists.  If that happens to […]

Is Your Art Website Mobile Friendly?

Google reports that over 50% of their searches are made from mobile devices.  A mobile device in their eyes includes smartphones and tablets. In addition, during the past year Google will now ranks websites based on whether or not they were mobile friendly. 37% of Light Space & Time’s traffic comes from mobile devices.  This […]

Spend Money to Make Money…

How much of a financial investment are you making in your art business? By Carolyn Edlund, Guest Blogger –  There are so many free ways to share your art today, especially online. That’s great. You shouldn’t have to break the bank to get exposure for your artwork – but there are places where money is well […]

5 Ways to Impress Buyers with Professionalism

By John Feustel, Guest Blogger – Want to attract buyers and set yourself apart as a serious artist? Professionalism is crucial if you want to stand out. And while important, it goes beyond polite and prompt communication. Buyers are more likely to trust and purchase from an artist who runs a professional business. Whether it’s providing […]

Art Gallery Representation – 8 Questions to Ask!

By Lori McNee, Guest Blogger – Many aspiring artists are intimidated by the idea of finding art gallery representation.  These hopeful artists are not sure when it is the right time to take that leap of faith. But, leaping from aspiring to professional artist takes more than just faith.  It takes hard work, professionalism, and […]

Successful Linkedin Networking for Artists

Linkedin affords professionals, especially artists, to reach, meet and network with other art professionals, that in the past, under normal circumstances, you would never be able to meet and get to know.  Artists on Linkedin can meet gallery owners, corporate art reps, interior designers and many other successful art professionals that may eventually help an […]

Think Like a Judge When Entering Art Contests

It is very difficult for most artists when entering an art competition to evaluate their entries objectively. Questions which come to mind are; will my art measure-up to everyone else’s? Is my style of art what they are looking for? Is my work good enough to be accepted? What are my reasons for entering this […]

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