Kimberly Beck, an award winning artist, was juried into Leigh Yawkey Woodson Museum’s Birds in Art international exhibition, five times, and has been included in their national tour twice. Like so many artists, we put our work on hold to focus on other things in our lives that need our attention. Listen to Kim’s story on how she took a long break from art to raise her family and came back to become an award winning painter.
- Present yourself well as a professional, take the time to communicate well, have nice stationary when writing and package your portfolio well.
- Be helpful to the gallery that represents you by providing well documented inventory lists and keeping your inventory up to date.
- When someone buys your artwork, send them a handwritten note thanking them for their purchase.
- Add buyers and people interested in your work to your email list to continually build your following and keep them up to date on what you’re doing.
You can contact Kimberly Beck at the following places:
Kimberly Beck’s website
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