Boost Your Art Business Income

Liz Crain, Clay Dollars. Dollar bills, clay slip, underglazes and underglaze pencils, electric oxidation, 2.5 x 6 x .25 inches. Used with permission.

If you would like to increase your income in 2015, you must take charge of your art business.

You have to stop waiting for things to happen and start putting all of the pieces into place, so that the good stuff can settle in.

Liz Crain, Clay Dollars. Dollar bills, clay slip, underglazes and underglaze pencils, electric oxidation, 2.5 x 6 x .25 inches. Used with permission.

Money doesn’t just appear when you need it. You have to work for it. [Tweet this.]

In my experience, one of the best things you can do to improve your chances of making more money is to create a plan: an income-boosting plan.

Where Is The Money Coming From?

In order to boost your income, you first have to know what it is, historically, and where it came from.

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Five Realities of Art Licensing

Tara Reed Products

So you have heard about this thing called “art licensing” and it sounds pretty good! You can earn income by licensing the same art to multiple manufacturers to use on different products. “Sounds great!” you think. “Where do I sign up!” you ask. “Hold onto your paintbrushes!” I say. Before you start putting a lot of time and energy thinking about the dream that is art licensing, you need to understand the reality of how to succeed in the industry.