As an artist advisor and representative, Erin Page places a strong emphasis on helping artists not only with career support and business development but also in discovering their authentic artistic practice and enhancing the quality of their work.
Jane Bellante is an expert at helping people let go of negative thought patterns to create the art and personal brands they have always wanted with joy, confidence, and ease.
What would you do with your underutilized facilities when 2/3 of the time you and your team work remotely? You might as well help out a local art community. Johnathan Hanwit, CEO of THINK Parallax did exactly that by transforming the office into an art gallery.
Sylvia Becker-Hill is a corporate executive coach, edutainer on international leadership stages, bestselling author, and founder of a boutique publishing house adding women’s stories to human history.
“From our initial 40 artists we have grown to 240! It is especially rewarding to be supporting young and emerging artists who are simply expressing themselves with passion and learning their craft” – Aaron Null
DustyBee was founded by artist Cori Derfus and specializes in high-quality, small-batch paints made by hand. Cori is a watercolor and oil painter who values non-toxic supplies and who has an interest in our natural environment.
Luz Maria Clayton is a digital artist and a small business owner in San Diego, CA. Her tiny art shop in City Heights just turned 2 years old and it’s already a landmark of the neighborhood!
Sometimes, it seems like the artists who have reached financial success know a secret. Simon Bull is one of them and I’m very happy that he was open to discussing his art career on the podcast!
Good Things Vending. Chicago artist Steph Krim on being a mom, running an art vending business, and helping local artists