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Art isn't just a passion for some artists - it's a livelihood. Unfortunately, making a living from your craft can sometimes feel like an endless struggle, especially if entrepreneurship isn't part of your creative nature. In 2024, with economic uncertainties and the rise of AI, many Kiwi artists are feeling the pinch. It's not all doom and gloom. People are valuing human-made creations more than ever, and we're here to help you navigate the marketing landscape. It is possible to make money and thrive as an artist in New Zealand.
In 2024, mastering social media as an artist demands both creativity and strategy. With platforms constantly introducing new features and algorithms, the question is: what kind of content should artists be sharing in 2024 to effectively showcase their work and engage with their audience? In this blog, we'll explore strategies and tips tailored specifically for artists. We'll also offer insights into crafting compelling content, leveraging emerging trends, and building meaningful connections with followers.
In this blog post we go over a planning guide for New Zealand Artists so you can make this year better than your last. We have also included a free planning calendar with key dates to make it easy for you. We have all heard that quote, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”. Sounds harsh, but it is true. Assuming you’re here to do better than last year, even if it’s 1% better, this blog post will help you plan and plan clearly so you will be able to reach your 2024 goals. Since it’s already February (oh no), let’s jump to the good sauce.

Getting your work in front of a gallery can be daunting. Whether it's for the first time or you already have your work exhibited in a space, it doesn't necessarily get easier. Having gallery representation or a place to exhibit your work is important; this allows you to diversify your audience. We are going to explore the steps and strategies for approaching galleries successfully.

Whether you're a seasoned exhibitor or embarking on your very first showcase, this blog post is your go-to resource for turning your artistic vision into a reality. We'll walk you through each step of the exhibition planning process, from concept to opening night - and offer some new things to think about.
In this blog post, we're going to dive into the benefits and differences of limited edition prints and open edition prints, giving you the knowledge to find the perfect balance for your art business. So, let's jump right in!
Following on from our Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Fine Art Prints from Your Original Artwork, in this blog post we are going to guide you through the process for preparing those images into digital files for fine art printing.

Welcome to the exciting world of art prints, where your masterpieces can finally break free from the confines of your studio and make their way into the wild world of commerce. In this guide, we'll dive into how you can create art prints from your original artwork and why partnering with a professional printing service can make all the difference.

rtist Services was born out of endemicworld, an art gallery with 14 years of experience helping artist sell art. The market of selling art has changed hugely over that time, so through Artist Services we want to share with you the knowledge we have gained, and provide you with real examples, of real artists implementing the strategies detailed in this blog post, and how they have worked for these independent artists.

Artists who sell art prints.

Fine art prints have become a common staple in many artists collections of artwork. They are a great product choice to compliment an artists collection, open up their customer base and have great longevity. 
The process of printing, framing, shipping and the customer service that goes along with selling fine art prints can be hard to manage at times. It can take a lot of time and effort for an artist to complete each step efficiently and accurately, and if something goes wrong your customers may not want to come back.
This is where Artist Services can step in and take care of all this for you, leaving you with more time to create art, focus on growing your art business and take that much needed holiday!

At endemicworld, we receive a varied bunch of file types, but tend to prefer TIFFs and Photoshop PDF's that have been set up for print - though JPEGs are absolutely fine also depending on the quality.
In this blog post, we feature a podcast episode from the Savvy Painter, that invites an expert in fine art printing Jake Hawley to answer listener questions and offer up advice on how to get the best result from your fine art print.
In this blog post we cover the top three most important things to consider when choosing the right art paper for your art prints:

#1: Who is my customer?
#2: How much profit do I want to make on each art print I sell?
#3: What is my business model?

Ever wondered what cotton rag is? Cotton paper is superior in both strength and durability to wood pulp-based paper... Is has many benefits and can make your art prints really pop. Creamier whites and textured surfaces provide a luxurious high end look and feel.