Last week’s Art Marketing Action newsletter was accompanied by two blog posts on how to treat your art like it belongs in a museum: Part 1 and Part 2. Today’s post, like this week’s newsletter, is a continuation of that.
I have good-quality photographs of all my works. While I might have photos of lesser quality, I share only photographs of the highest quality with the public and other art professionals.
I keep copies of the photos in a separate location so I can use them if, heaven forbid, I need to file an insurance claim.
I have written records to back up my insurance claims. My art database is consistently updated and sales are carefully tracked.
The above is excerpted from The Artist-Museum Relationship (e-book and one-hour CD).
Photo of Harriete by Barbara Kossy.