Why do I want to sell my art?

This question has been bothering me and is the question that I seem to be avoiding.

Why do I want to sell my art?
 Is my art good enough?

I know I’m a good artist, shoot, I got trained and I practice.

I guess I want to sell my art to get the self sanctification that I want.

Oh, don’t get me wrong my life is satisfying enough, just financially it stinks. That’s why I’m working a "real"job.

Anyway, my art is good which I have been told by many people locally and on artist websites that I have joined. 

No one is purchasing a print or original.

The prices are reasonable for most artist starting out. 

I guess it is the area. 

Since, folks see me at the portrait studio they don’t consider me a professional artist.

I’m sorry, that is a sore subject.  Let me get back to my question.

I want to sell my art so I don’t have to work a regular job to be financially fit.  I can work at my own studio creating my pieces (some time doing the occasional commission piece.)

But, of course that may get too boring and automatic that I could lose interest. 

I get so side tracked sometimes with my job that my creativity get placed way down on the to do list. 

My real job satisfies the creativeness side and fulfills the financial side.

Let me get back again.

The answer to the question is I want to sell my art to have creative and financial foundation that a regular job would not be needed. 

I could create all day and bills (debts) are paid fully.

Amen, Lord Jesus, Amen.

 

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Why do I want to sell my art?

This question has been bothering me and is the question that I seem to be avoiding.

Why do I want to sell my art?
 Is my art good enough?

I know I’m a good artist, shoot, I got trained and I practice.

I guess I want to sell my art to get the self sanctification that I want.

Oh, don’t get me wrong my life is satisfying enough, just financially it stinks. That’s why I’m working a “real”job.

Anyway, my art is good which I have been told by many people locally and on artist websites that I have joined. 

No one is purchasing a print or original.

The prices are reasonable for most artist starting out. 

I guess it is the area. 

Since, folks see me at the portrait studio they don’t consider me a professional artist.

I’m sorry, that is a sore subject.  Let me get back to my question.

I want to sell my art so I don’t have to work a regular job to be financially fit.  I can work at my own studio creating my pieces (some time doing the occasional commission piece.)

But, of course that may get too boring and automatic that I could lose interest. 

I get so side tracked sometimes with my job that my creativity get placed way down on the to do list. 

My real job satisfies the creativeness side and fulfills the financial side.

Let me get back again.

The answer to the question is I want to sell my art to have creative and financial foundation that a regular job would not be needed. 

I could create all day and bills (debts) are paid fully.

Amen, Lord Jesus, Amen.

 

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Bio

I graduated from Blue Mountain College with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Art, 1992.

I have manager in both food service and photographic studio.

In 1997 I purchased a WebTV and begin teaching myself basic HTML for a personal webpage. Gradually, I advanced to graphic programs, CorelDraw and Photoshop, to create my webpage. I never lost my interest to handcraft commissioned drawings and paintings.

Lorgh Graphics is the current name of my freelance business. Lorgh was invented in 1997; little did I know that lorgh is an actual word in the Celtic language.

I currently work at the same portrait studio for the past 8 year while casually freelancing on the side.

I want to trans to working freelance out of my home studio.

Bio

I graduated from Blue Mountain College with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Art, 1992.

I have manager in both food service and photographic studio.

In 1997 I purchased a WebTV and begin teaching myself basic HTML for a personal webpage. Gradually, I advanced to graphic programs, CorelDraw and Photoshop, to create my webpage. I never lost my interest to handcraft commissioned drawings and paintings.

Lorgh Graphics is the current name of my freelance business. Lorgh was invented in 1997; little did I know that lorgh is an actual word in the Celtic language.

I currently work at the same portrait studio for the past 8 year while casually freelancing on the side.

I want to trans to working freelance out of my home studio.

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What can I tell you about myself?
Well, for one thing I have been on the internet for about 12 or so years trying to sell my artworks.
I sold some on ebay when my account was open. Not really enough to quit my day job as a portrait photographer.
I have blogs that I don’t keep up or forgotten passwords.  I have so many accounts just about everywhere especially in art sites that were free.
Art is really my thing. Painting and drawing free handed with out the aid of the computer.
Shoot, when I finished college the computer was only used by the business and science majors.
Most of my computer training has been through the past years.
Oh, I did take basic and pascal in high school and college, that was just it.  No photoshop, HTML, or any other programs.
Now photoshop is fun.  I had a taste in 1999 while working as a digital artist for a photo lab.  I loved it so much I bought CorelDRAW 9.
I did upgrade to photoshop cs which stop work on this labtop so I got PainterX off of ebay.
Well, it is way past my bedtime.
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