The only obstacles that may exist in the art world are the obstacles you put in front of yourself or the lack of knowledge.
Chicago, Illinois (PRWEB) July 18, 2013
Paul Klein, Founder of Klein Artist Works, was recently featured in Forbes magazine. The article titled "3 Keys to Making It As An Artist (Without Starving)" featured Klein's tips on how to help artists be successful.
In a recent lecture entitled “How to Succeed as an Artist,” artist and career advisor Paul Klein emphasized the importance of being different. He insinuated that distinctiveness generates sales – even more so than quality. “Can’t all of us name artists who are doing really well monetarily, whose work we think sucks?” The branded artist doesn’t necessarily produce better work, but more bankable work.
Klein believes there are 3 main points to creating success for an artist:
1. Be distinctive. “Be yourself because everyone else is taken,” says Klein, “have a clear vision of who you are and train yourself to be more yourself in order to stand out as someone with a unique point of view.”
2. Get in the game and get engaged. Klein says, “Don’t sit in your studio and wait for the world to come to you, create opportunities for your work to be seen.” Klein has created a course to help with this specific point with Klein Art Works. The 12 week course helps artists strategize to succeed.
3. Make good art
Klein states, “The only obstacles that may exist in the art world are the obstacles you put in front of yourself or the lack of knowledge.” Klein promotes his 12 week program of Klein Art Works as helping artists have access to this much needed knowledge by having mentors and experts available for his students. These mentors and experts have succeeded in the art world and Klein believes the way to be better and acquire more knowledge is to associate with people better than oneself.
About Paul Klein
Paul Klein employs the wealth of his art career experiences with Klein Artist Works where he and Art Experts teach artists across the globe how to succeed on their own terms.
He has long been an art advocate and proponent for art in Chicago. His long term contributions were acknowledged by the Chicago Society of Artists when he was selected as their 2006 Man of the Year.
From 2008 through 2010 Paul was the Managing Director of The Bridge Group in Chicago. Paul was the Art Consultant/Curator for the recently completed 2.3 million square foot expansion of McCormick Place.
For the past 7 years Paul has championed Chicago by writing and distributing ArtLetter (http://www.artletter.com), an online examination of art in Chicago.
Klein owned and operated Klein Art Works from 1981 to 2004. In recent years, because of his Chicago focus at McCormick Place and his plain-speaking ArtLetter, he has become the go-to guy in the Chicago art scene, advising artists, collectors and cultural institutions almost daily.
Paul (at) KleinArtistWorks (dot) com
Klein Artist Works
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