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ARTPRENEUR | The Step-by-Step Guide to Making a Sustainable Living from Your Creativity


Miriam Schulman built a multiple-six-figure business selling her own art and coaches artists on how to successfully market, price and sell theirs. Her podcast has 332 ratings and is ranked 4.9 stars. She has 27K Facebook followers. Her art has been featured in The New York Times, What Women Create, Art of Man, and Art Journaling magazine by Stampington, as well as seen on NBC’s “Parenthood” and the Amazon series “Hunters” with Al Pacino. It’s sold around the world and included in New York museum gift shops. Professional Artist magazine also published several full-length features on it.

Artpreneur: The Step-by-Step Guide to Making a Sustainable Living from Your Creativity (HarperCollins Leadership; Jan. 31, 2023) breaks down the 5 fundamentals for building a successful business to achieve your goals, including plans for production, profit, prospecting, promotion and productivity. With these 5 keys in place, you’ll be able to:

  • Build an audience of raving fans who want what you've got and are prepared to pay top dollar

  • Draw attention to your creations by embracing your authenticity

  • Integrate creativity with family (you don't have to choose)

  • Romance collectors by seducing them in a way that feels authentic and non-salesy

  • Price your art (or services) with courage by using a three-step process

Artpreneur is the artist handbook for passion-makers who dream of evolving into passion professionals but are stuck. Schulman provides inspiring stories and proof that show that the artist's life can be both profitable and sustainable. She urges artists to gamble on themselves, emphasizing that a confident mindset is the first step to developing a life of creative and financial freedom. Artpreneur combines a left-brain approach with traditional marketing methods that pave a clear path for success.

There's never been a better time to turn your creative ideas into a successful business, as the internet is pushing aside art world “gatekeepers” who used to decide what was "worthy”.


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