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I've wanted to start my art business for years now. I have always been drawn to it. I am also a planner and organizer, which helps a lot with the business side of things. Some days, I actually like organizing my files and preparing shipping boxes more than getting out my brushes and actually creating. I have a comprehensive spreadsheet, a great website, the drive, the time management skills, everything I need to be successful. Or so I thought...Read More
If you are reading this post, check out my previous post about organizing your work. It is a good place to start before tackling this section, so you have a template that works for you, where you can write down all of the necessary information to keep track of your pieces, and that includes the photographs of them...Read More
As you might have guessed from earlier posts, I am more of an introvert. I like hanging out at home rather than going out and talking to myself rather than other people most of the time. So when I found myself at a wedding, where I knew a couple people, but wasn't sitting with them, I had a quick moment where my brain switched into some sort of survival mode. It must have worked because my boyfriend came up to me afterward and said, "look at you running around like a socialite!" A socialite!? I have never been called that before...Read More
A business won't run without some organization. At least it won't be as efficient as it could. But you don't have to be running your own business to need to stay organized, and for artists, this cannot be truer. For us, we are always creating, then moving on and creating something else. If we don't stay on top of it, we will forget about all the other hundreds of things we have made before this. Then when it comes time to apply to a show, or you're looking for an image of that old piece, you can't find it anywhere...Read More
I am so excited to finally have my shop open! To go along with taking the next step in this process, I wanted to take the time to explain a little bit about what kfons is all about, and what you can get here. You can read more in my about me page...Read More
How clique, but everyone does want it. To be able to live their ideal life at the end did the day. Follow their true passion. Well, so do I of course, and I want that for you too.
I didn't really do art until junior year of high school. That may seem a little out of the ordinary, since your probably thinking I started doodling when I was three, since that's how artists are portrayed. They always know from the get go. Actually I don't doodle at all...Read More