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Thinking "Inside the Box" to Sell More of your Art

Selling your art is all about getting it in front of people and finding ways for them to spend their money and take some of your art home with them. Only a small percentage of people are interested to buy original pieces, or even high quality prints. To maximize your income, you need to offer your art in ways that give people a reason to buy. Give some thought to what products you can sell that people are interested in, but also products that effectively promote your art. Products like…

Constantin Brâncuși in his Studio (Atelier), Photo by Wayne Miller Constantin Brâncuși: Wayne Miller, Artist Workspace, Constantin Brancusi, Concrete Color, Us Border, Andre Derain, Action Painting, Creative Workshop, Paul Gauguin

The Ascetic Beauty of Brancusi

For years, Brancusi made hardly enough money to eat. In 1926, a version of one of his most extraordinary subjects, Bird in Space, was famously held up at the US border because customs officials didn’t think it was art. Sometimes, he even baffled his own cohort. Picasso (or perhaps Matisse) is said to have likened Brancusi’s 1916 Princess X, a glistening bronze torso of Princess Marie Bonaparte, to a large phallus. Yet, by the time of his death in 1957, the increasingly reclusive Romanian was…

Artist name: Constantin Brancusi. Owner and creator: Constantin Brancusi. You know nothing, pippi snow. Peggy Guggenheim, Guggenheim Bilbao, Richard Serra, Modern Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Constantin Brancusi, Golden Time, Ile Saint Louis, Action Painting

Constantin Brâncuşi: la purezza e la semplicità della forma | RestaurArs

di Laura Corchia "La semplicità non è un obiettivo nell'arte, ma si raggiunge la semplicità anche senza volerlo penetrando nel vero senso delle cose".