How To Sell Your Art (Without Lifting a Finger)

Passive income is every artist’s dream, but when you work in visual mediums, it can seem impossible. Passive income is exactly what it sounds, income that comes to you passively, or with very little work. Typically passive income comes from ad-revenue or royalties earned after you make a monetized post, but what if I told you that it’s possible to turn your artwork into passive income? I’m talking about people being able to buy your artwork as prints, canvases, phone cases, and more, without you ever having to handle a single piece of inventory, package or ship an order.

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SELL BAD ART- and other secrets artists don’t want you to know.

Making money off of art seems like a wonderful, distant dream. Like many other aspiring artists I’ve long looked up to people that seem to have made it, wondering how on earth i could ever be a full-time, freelance artist.

Often times if you ask an artist how they did it, they’ll simply tell you to practice more or gain a social media following, but how exactly do you do that? What are the secret steps to making money off of your art? Whether you’re looking to make some side money, or go full time as a freelancer, here are my top five secret tips and tricks to making money off of your art.

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Budget Vacation to NYC- Less than $1,200!

It’s no secret that traveling is expensive,

-Especially when heading to big cities like NYC. My husband and I have made it our mission in life to visit at least one major city in every state, so far we’ve only checked off three- Chicago, Indianapolis, and Detroit, but we’ve only been married for a year. With our anniversary approaching we’ve decided to head East and check off a few cities along the way, culminating in a week in NYC, but a quick look at costs in the area knocked that idea from our heads in a minute.

I, however, am not so easily swayed. I was raised by a mother who made four course meals from the food bank and vacations out of park visits, so I knew that with enough research and time, I could make an affordable- and incredible vacation happen.

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