Terrific articles on Self Representation vs Gallery Representation by Jason Horejs

Gallery 104 in San Clemente showing Cathy Carey's work
The Ranch at Taos Gallery showing Cathy Carey's work
The Ranch at Taos Gallery showing Cathy Carey’s work

Jason Horejs of Xanadu Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ has been writing a terrific blog on all the things professional working artists need to know.

There are several types of gallery experiences out there – and its hard to know which is best for you at your current stage of career, the style of your work, your financial situation and how much time you have to devote.

"Vivid New Mexico" Show at Arroyo Gallery Canyon Road Santa Fe of Cathy Carey's work
“Vivid New Mexico” Show at Arroyo Gallery Canyon Road Santa Fe of Cathy Carey’s work

This series of articles was spot on in describing the pros and cons of a variety of gallery options out there.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Traditional Consignment Galleries

http://www.reddotblog.com/wordpress/index.php/make-sense-show-art-commercial-consignment-galleries/

CO-OP Galleries

http://www.reddotblog.com/wordpress/index.php/worthwhile-showing-art-co-op-gallery/

Vanity Galleries

http://www.reddotblog.com/wordpress/index.php/artists-show-art-vanity-gallery/

Self Representation

http://www.reddotblog.com/wordpress/index.php/possibilities-pitfalls-self-representation-artists/

Cathy Carey at Tapas Group show at Arroyo Gallery Canyon Road  Santa Fe NM
Cathy Carey at Tapas Group show at Arroyo Gallery Canyon Road Santa Fe NM

I have read both his books and got a tremendous amount out of both of them.

“Starving to Successful”

http://www.xanadugallery.com/Book/index.php

and How to Sell Art 

http://www.xanadugallery.com/howtosellart/index.php.

Both are available at his website for Xanadu Gallery

Elfin Forest Interpretive Center show of Cathy Carey's work
Elfin Forest Interpretive Center show of Cathy Carey’s work
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