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Are You An Artist Wanting to Sell Your Artwork in Galleries?

November 27, 2009
Xanadu Gallery Owner Jason Horejs

Jason Horejs

Jason Horejs, owner of Xanadu Gallery of fine art and author of “Starving to Successful” educates artist about what gallery owners expect from artists wanting to sell their artwork through galleries.

Also what Jason has to share will help galleries improve their sales. Come find out why and how Jason Horejs is so successful with his Xanadu Gallery in Scottsdale.

Join us Catherine Foster and Sheryl Allen,  to learn how to be a successful gallery artist on Art and Soul Radio http://www.blogtalkradio.com/art-and-soul-radio Monday live 4pm Pacific Time or listen in on the archived shows, download them to listen again and again.

Understand the Gallery Business from the Perspective of a Gallery Owner.

The Fine Artist's Guide to Getting into Galleries and Selling More Art

The Fine Artist's Guide to Getting into Galleries and Selling More Art

“Starving To Successful” is easy to read, down to earth and to the point to help Artists learn the secrets of getting their work shown and sold through galleries.

As a professional artist selling my artwork in galleries I was very happy to learn some secrets that will help me do a better job helping the galleries sell my artwork.   He has written a book great  for both artists and gallery owners. “Starving to Successful” is easy to read and full of great information to educate any artist wanting to sell their work in galleries. This is a must for Fine Artists.

Come listen Monday on http://www.blogtalkradio.com/art-and-soul-radio at 4pm Pacific Time. Call in with your questions for Jason.

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