Selling art to interior designers will boost your career. Here’s how:
- Stress-free, quick sales
- Get paid immediately
- Curriculum vitae or resume not required
- Top interior designers are repeat buyers
- Easy to find and approach
If you are in the business of art / photography, meaning you set about to make money by creating art and selling it, then you should investigate selling art to interior designers.
TZ International Photography and Art Community (TZIPAC) are calling for portrait and wedding artists from everywhere to share their most amazing images in their “International Portrait and Wedding Exposée”.
The entries are completely FREE as they aim to discover and share the most outstanding visual arts in the field of portrait and wedding photography.
Join them in this international exhibition, gain the chance to share and showcase your artworks to readers from over 40 countries worldwide, and win the coveted title of TZIPAC International Portrait Image of the Year or TZIPAC International Wedding Image of the Year.
The Exposée is calling for entries until the 31 October 2014.
Let’s be honest here. Most of us want more time and more money. Both will help us create more art. This is what we love to do. But making money is hard and it takes time, you say! You don’t know where to start and how to maximise your earnings.
One of the best ways to make more money and more time (at the same time) is through generating passive income.
The best rock photographers know that with just one click of a shutter, they’ve got the power to capture a moment that can define a generation and live forever in music history.
The competition is open to all photographers, worldwide.
- Under 18
- Winners in all amateur categories will win a Nikon D5300 kit worth £719.99.
- The winner in the professional photographer of the year category will win a Nikon D610 camera and 24-85mm lens worth £2,299.99.
Entry fee: Free
Entry deadline: 10 September 2014.
For more details: www.nme.com/photoawards/
Broken Light Collective is a new non-profit online photography gallery for people affected by mental illness. Broken Light’s main goal is to create a safe and accepting environment where photographers of all levels who are affected by mental health issues can display their work, as well as inspire one another to keep going and keep creating, despite the dark or scary places in which they may find themselves.
Woodmansterne publish – and produce locally – greetings cards that get to the heart of British culture and taste.
Originally specialising in fine art, today they publish cards for all seasons and for every occasion, regularly winning industry design awards across more categories than any other publisher. They are dedicated to assisting personal communication through the sharing of beautiful images – well designed, authentically sourced and meticulously reproduced.
They are always looking for new range ideas as well as images to update their current ranges and it is a pleasure to receive work to consider from emerging and established artists, designers and photographers.
They are keen to see low-resolution files and website links via email or hard copy print outs, CDs, transparencies and sketches.
It usually takes between 2 to 3 weeks for designs to be reviewed by their submissions team. They will always reply with a response regardless of whether the submission is successful or not.