This digital E-book is an art guide on how artists can promote and sell their art and crafts globally. Artists like you and me are constantly looking for ways to expand our reach...and show our art to a global audience through the most efficient and cost effective way.
When I could not fathom how to show my art without representation in an art gallery I knew I had to learn a new way of doing that. Being in a foreign country, where I could not do a physical business or take up employment I decided to look for other ways to monetize my Art and the answer was the internet!
Today my Art and Crafts are all over the internet on different platforms... I sell Art to different parts of the world from the comfort of my home....
This E-book is a guide that shows you ideas of crafts to make and sell. It is meant more as a pictorial guide of different unique crafts that sell and this can help you create your own unique crafts to sell.
Crafts are a large income earner for those into making handcrafted goods. This is another way of selling and sharing your skills with people. There is a need for a lot of things out there, and craft makers creating good craft are selling big.
I make a lot of money from crafts made from recycled objects and also new stuff. People are more inclined to buy when they know the source of the craft and the maker. Word spreads fast if your craft items are good and resonate with people.
If your craft is unique and takes care of a niche, say for instance wedding cards, birthday gifts, interior decor, you will find clients who need these things in droves. I make mostly craft for interiors, specifically bottles. I turn discarded bottles into decor items for unique home styling, using various appealing textures to create bottle art pieces.
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This E-BOOK is a simple tutorial of How to sell your Art in places other than the usual outlets. This is a guide that enables you do the unusual, how to sell your art in a restaurant...
There is money to be made, as artists we know how difficult it is to sell art. There are no clear cut ways we just have to be creative and cost effective when looking for avenues to get eyeballs on our art.
My first experience in selling art in a restaurant was in 2014, I collaborated with a restaurant in Johannesburg and the exhibition was a success. The owner invited all the clients we agreed on low priced refreshment and people showed up in droves. Who does not want free food and drinks with art to go along with it.
I gained good collectors and sales, bagged a TV and Magazine Interview and more followers of my art and blog online. My collectors from that exhibition still buy till this day and I have continued a low cost way of exhibiting in restaurants… This is how…
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Understanding Abstract Art Abstract Street Art | Miabo Enyadike. The secret essence of abstract art is to have an open mind toward art that appears distorted and different. Abstract Art creates, a kind of curiosity and a sense of wonder, around the artist. Typically, one is always intrigued, when they view an abstract painting or Art in general. Heavenly Beings Abstract Art | Miabo Enyadike The difference with abstract art is the 'How &Why' and 'Whaaat the....! question. Artists are known to create these kinds of art that makes the audience curious and drawn into a conversation and narrative that directly affects their core as human beings. These abstract art that we view that are made to question norms come in different forms, they could be art installations, paintings, sculpture, dance and movement, poetry or even storytelling, all expressed in a way that turns, an obvious issue or situation completely into something different yet
Winter Art To View and Collect The weather news report coming from abroad is really fascinating and one that is indeed amazing. As we watch the cable news and see the snow blizzards, being described with terms like "cyclone bomb", "Hurricane snow winds", Snow blizzard and freezing temperatures of -17 degrees, we really wonder how people are coping and all the havoc this might cause going forward Houses in Snow Blizzard Modern Abstract Art Ink, Spray Paint, Oil Markers 77cm x 100 cm by Miabo Enyadike, 2015-2020 I really appreciate the fact that in Johannesburg where I live,it is summer right now with the weather in between rain and heat. It is really strange, that we down here are witnessing these overwhelming, snowstorms everywhere through the international cable news, with the deaths involved and we are just overwhelmed, with the intense climate change that is so real. Our hearts, are with all those who are suffering and have to endure this horre
Modern Abstract Art Silhouettes to view I enjoy painting abstract art silhouettes especially faces.The simple reason is I can manipulate the profile of an individual, with several layers of color. Color for me is an integral part of my art aesthetics I allow color to lead my creative process in the way I see the art I am about to create. Silhouette of a woman; Abstract Art; by miabo enyadike. My Abstract Art this week is all about using colors to create a simple silhouette, of a woman and a man. When I decided to create this particular abstract painting, it was more of emphasis on color than on the human profile. Saatchiart/artmiabo SHOP HERE I wanted to see what the outcome of the creative process would look like. Also to see if and when the human features are covered in colors, other than our natural colors would this Art evoke any emotions?... that simply belies the fact, that color seems to be one the many problems
Abstract Art Faces Ideas to View Now Indigo Blue color is a color tone, I have come to know and love. This color was huge in the late seventies, in my home country of Nigeria. It is a blue color, I remember vividly that was used on fabrics to create what we know as Adire(Tie dye) pronounced Ah-d-rear. FACES IN BLUE ABSTRACT PAINTING BLOG The Inspiration for this series is drawn from the blue tye-dye fabric in my home country, where different shades and tones of blue are applied on white cotton through natural dyes to create a traditional textile design called Adire. This used to be an ancient textile Art of dying pure cotton fabric for days in a dye pit dug in the ground, using natural elements that create this awesome blue hue, and this method of traditional dyeing is still used till this very day. In my early childhood in Nigeria, early seventies, everywhere you turned at that time or era everyone had an Adire outfit of some sort from babies to
Abstract art on clipboards My weekend, was one I spent lazing around in my pjs, eating flatbread and hummus. Sounds crazy or weird but for me, it was fun and a bit out of the norm. The weird part, was not the choice of food or being in my PJ's all day, but the brief I got from a client who commissioned me to create abstract Art on clipboards for him 10 days ago. Well, I have done decoupage on clipboards but actual painting no. Not only was I not so sure, his brief was equally abstract to say the least, "just paint me anything abstract on these clipboards he said". It took me a week to process it. I'm used to large Ink paintings on paperboard or Acrylic, on large canvas or wood boards, miniature not so sure. It's more daunting for me to do minis, they scare me truth be told. I know some of you would be wondering, please don'
Jeans Art ideas to View by Miabo Enyadike TURNING WORN OUT JEANS INTO ART My new found obsession with Jean pants is no longer centered around it being a fashion staple for me, or comfort wear but a new way of innovation. I look at a well-worn pair of Jeans on a person or in a charity store and I see potential immediately and an even bigger creative prospect ahead. My friends and family know that there is more to their pair of Jeans when it is no longer in use to them for me. A discarded pair of Jeans is a canvas that could produce countless creative possibilities for me as an artist my emphasis is the texture and fluid nature of the material, it lends itself to my creative process easily. Creating Sculpted Art pieces with Jeans is a Unique new way of art that I
Art and Paper Inspiration Ideas Craft will always be my first creative love, when my Art block comes I resort to making things, that calm my nerves or create things that inspire me and take my mind gently back to art. This time around I decided to work with Paper to create accessories and art that is appealing but inexpensive. That would serve as both decor items and handmade gifts. Paper can be manipulated easily, it really does not pose any challenge just cut and paste. I decided to drop by the craft store and pick up objects of interest I can apply my old magazine cut outs and other paper, that is inspiring to me in order to give these objects a new look and feel. I hope you are inspired, because I am. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE: ABSTRACT MIXED MEDIA:HUMANITY IN PAPERS Enjoy check out more art www.saatchiart
Modern Abstract Art of Women to View Drawing women and their expressions is something, I am truly interested in. Female profiles and faces in abstract is intriguing and Ink drawings, are a way for me to throw that notion out there, of a female portrait created differently. This is something that is important to me as a woman artist, this matters. I draw faces in a way that is uncomplicated and easy to read, in a rather caricature way though not comical, with ink, it is easy to let the colors flow so that they create for me, the facial contours and structure. CLICK HERE TO BUY ART 👇👇👇👇saatchiart.com My emphasis, is more on the features that reflect the personality, of the ladies through their facial expressions without being too rigid but to create a sense of fluidity,by using vivid colors on these faces and still show a human side t
Mixed Media Art | How to Repurposed Jean Pants I love to use denim as a creative medium for Art and also craft. Armed with my brushes, Paint and Glue the possibilities are endless. Used denim pants are my thing, the possibilities in terms of creativity is just awesome. First and foremost it is a soft version of canvas, so it is easy to absorb paint and you can create all sorts of textures on it. It is easy to sculpt into a desired effect and it really lends itself, to any creative process or possibilities, an artist is prepared to go with it and I love that!. I'm never tired of working with used denim, it already has structure by way of the cut, stitching and design. So for me as an artist,who looks out for small art projects that involve, working with any surface out there, it is a wonderful dream come true.