Can You Spot a Fake Buyer?

Don’t be the victim of an artwork purchasing scam. It’s an unfortunate reality that not all inquiries you receive about purchasing art are legitimate.   It’s exciting to get an email from a prospective buyer, but please be aware that scammers frequently use this method to try to con artists. What typically happens is an artist […]

Please Submit Your Artist Statement….

“We ask you to submit your artist statement as well as images and information about your artwork to be juried by our panel.” “You must submit your artist statement and CV with the online application.” “If you are interested in exhibiting your work in the gallery, please submit your artist statement and samples of your […]

Art Marketing Roundtable – Pricing Your Artwork

Are you struggling to figure out an appropriate pricing strategy for your artwork?  Are you concerned that your pricing might be too high or too low?    Do you have a consistent strategy that is working for you? Pittsburgh and surrounding area artists are invited to participate in an Art Marketing Roundtable, hosted by Gilberti […]

It’s Never Too Late and Other Lessons Learned

The art world lost sculptor Betty Woodman earlier this month.   Read about her life and her work in this New York Times Obituary.   She is an example for artists looking to make a shift in their work and I thought of the following universal lessons after learning more about her. Define yourself.  Ms. Woodman defined […]

Get One-on-One Help with Your Visual Art Business!

I love nothing better than working with artists who are eager to grow their businesses.  If this sounds like you, we need to connect! Also, I am excited to announce some enhancements to my Personal Consulting Package.   The package still includes a review of your art business along with a written plan of recommended actions […]

Saturday Round-Up

In case you missed these, the following is a round-up of articles and items that I shared on social media this week: When Should We Ignore Criticism? by Tanner Christensen.    All criticism is not equal!  As an artist, you need to see out critiques of your work.  On the other hand, there are times when […]

Five Takeaways from an Art Marketing Roundtable: Social Media Strategies

Last week, another round of Art Marketing Roundtables were held at Gilberti Fine Art in Coraopolis.  These events are a great opportunity for artists to learn about and hear from other artists on a topic related to selling art.    If you couldn’t be there with us, here are five takeaways from the latest sessions […]

Art Marketing Round Table – Social Media Strategies

Would you like to learn strategies to use social media to promote your art business? Pittsburgh and surrounding area artists are invited to participate in an Art Marketing Round Table Discussion, hosted by Gilberti Fine Art Studio and Gallery in Coraopolis, PA.   Art marketing consultant Becky Sciullo and artist/gallery owner Cindy Gilberti will lead a discussion focused […]

The Business of Art: Start Smart!

Posted on September 11, 2017 by Rebecca Sciullo. Categories: Uncategorized.

Join me on September 30th for a free workshop at the North Hills Art Center. “The Business of Art:  Start Smart!”   You’re ready to sell your work, but what should you do first? Learn about what it takes to “Start Smart” by setting a good foundation for a successful art business. This class will […]

Get Your Artist Statement “Cheat Sheet”

The Artist Round Table Sessions focused on writing an artist statement are over and plans are in the works for the next topic.  If you weren’t able to attend a session this summer,  you can still get a copy of the Artist Statement “Cheat Sheet” used to guide the discussion.  The Cheat Sheet contains tips […]