Art Marketing Mastery

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How to Have a Happy, Successful Art Career!

Most artists want to sell their artwork steadily. They desire a growing awareness and appreciation for their work. They seek respect in their community and beyond. These are all worthy goals that bring happiness. But, how do you attain them? Stick with me, you'll find answers here.

Become the Boss of Your Career with Art Marketing Mastery

Overwhelm and dread are what kills many art careers. You can overcome these hindrances with knowledge, action, and determination. I can help you, too. Are you ready to achieve greatness and fulfill your highest ambitions? I'm pretty sure I know the answer. The guidance you need to ramp up your art marketing mastery is here for you.

Check out the curriculum below. It is the most comprehensive art marketing training available anywhere!

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Ten Steps How to Gain Art Marketing Mastery

  1. Make Captivating Art - Empowers and eases your marketing efforts.
  2. Identify Your Ideal Buyer - Focusing on your target audience causes higher conversions, reduces marketing and advertising waste, makes selling art more efficient.
  3. Create Meaningful, Lasting Connections - Making genuine online and in-person connections becomes easy when you follow tried and true formulas.
  4. Build an Email List - Email marketing is king. All you need to know to own your list, your relationships, and the exclusive privilege to market to your contacts.
  5. Send Relevant Messages - Find the best ways to create and use Content Marketing to engage your audience.
  6. Social Media & Digital Marketing - Gain insights and specifics to decide which platforms and how to use to your gest advantage.
  7. Turn Buyers into Collectors - Learn how to teach buyers the value and fun of collecting with repeat sales as your bonus.
  8. Develop A Referral Program - Asking for referrals done properly is easy & fun when you turn asking into giving.
  9. Add More Distribution Channels - Supplement your primary direct sales. Discover top tips for how get into galleries, work with publishers, licensors, agents, art consultants, and more.
  10. Consistent Results - Learning to systematize your marketing so it all works together creates steady, predictable results with less stress.

When You Get on the Right Path and Take the Right Actions You Will:

  • Sell All the Art You Make
  • Enjoy the Feeling of Confidence in Your Career
  • Stop Relying on Others for Your Sales and Success
  • Own Your Career Outcome and Your Distribution

It's Not Your Fault If Success Has Not Come Your Way

It's also not your fault that no one teaches artists business and marketing skills. All considered, it's no wonder if you struggle to sell your art and get the success you desire. If you feel like you're spinning your wheels to get ahead and always hustling to sell a piece of art today, you're not alone.

Building a successful art business has challenges. You can conquer all of them.

Success happens when you focus on the right stuff. To succeed in business, you need a reliable system to sell your art now and for the life of your career. An efficient system lets you catch your breath. It makes it possible to scale your business and reach your potential.

Helping you reach your potential is the reason for this workshop.

This workshop is my best effort to download my 30 years of art marketing experience into your brain. I'm hoping if I teach you everything I know you can succeed and live your dreams.

You get so much information I know you may only use the parts that work best for you. However you use this training, it's yours to return to as often as you need. I believe return visits to the concepts presented here will payoff in ways hard to imagine now.

How Do You Get Your Work to Market?

When broken down to the most basic level, there are only two ways you get to market:

  1. You sell your work to buyers directly.
  2. You contract with third parties, such as galleries, publishers, and agents to sell your artwork for you.

Aside from shows and fairs, most artists do too little of the first option. I think it's because they’d prefer to create art and avoid marketing it with personal involvement. They wish for and seek to get their sales from the latter option. especially galleries. I understand why some artists feel this way. I know working toward direct patronage where you sell to clients directly can cause uncomfortable feelings when you think about how to do it.

But, giving in to those thoughts and feelings causes big problems. What you give up is costly and unnecessary. And the reality is your other options aren't all you hope they would be. Think about the effect these insights will have on your career.

Galleries Are Declining in Numbers and Influence

There never were enough galleries to go around in the best of times. There is no chance galleries will start to grow in numbers. This as new artists continue to come into the marketplace. While there will always be room for top-tier retail galleries, it's unlikely artists today can build a sustainable career by selling through galleries exclusively.

It’s Not Free to Work with Galleries

This is important information to know about working with galleries:

  • It takes your time and money to market your work to galleries
  • You have significant expenses in inventory, framing, and shipping to support them, which multiplies as you add more.
  • You work on consignment and pay a hefty commission. Then you wait and hope for timely payment on a full-price sale.
  • You almost never get buyer contact information.
  • You have zero control over how your work gets sold and displayed.
  • Your contract can be canceled at any time with no recourse from you.
  • The potential total loss of inventory is always there because operating an art gallery is a risky business.

That's a whole lot to risk and much worry about so that you can avoid taking control of your career and marketing your art yourself. Nobody is saying taking control is easy. But, the above list indicates relying on galleries rarely fixes the big problem all artists face. That is, "How do I get my work to market, reliably?"

Social Media and Online Galleries Present Different Problems

It’s a challenge and beyond hard to steadily sell high-priced originals online. And, selling low-priced originals is pointless. Mass marketers can operate on slim margins because they can scale their operations. That is not possible for you. To earn a respectable living, you need decent margins. Making and shipping art with slim margins is like doing busy work. It's a losing proposition. You're always active, but you're working for less than minimum wage.

As with physical galleries, you pay a commission to online sellers. Some also don't share buyer info. The only way you get visitors who might buy your art is to invest in marketing to drive traffic to those sites because the site owners lack effective ways to showcase individual artists. You do the marketing for the site and pay commissions on top. Even worse, your competitors on the site benefit from your investment to drive traffic to the site.

As the saying goes, “Never build your farm on someone else’s land. Don’t be a digital sharecropper!” That's what happens when you rely on selling through social media. Plus, you have no control. Terms can change, and contracts can be broken without input from you. Advertising rates will increase. And, growing privacy concerns make social media a weaker long-term option. Plus, social media sites can lose favor fast due to circumstances you don't control and problems you didn't make.

"Hey Barney Davey, I wanted to share with you that I just made my highest priced direct sale ever to an art collector by applying all I have learned from your teachings. It was six months in the making from first meeting this art collector to this big purchase for his collection. Thank you for helping me learn how to profitably represent myself as an artist!! This is amazing!

I signed up for your class when I had been showing my work for years with few sales and I did not know what to do. I knew I needed a new approach. I had been struggling for years to figure out how to sell my art. Now I know how to find the right potential customers and how to cultivate the relationships. It is not enough income to quit my teaching job but I feel that I can develop my ability to sell my work further over time. THANK YOU!"

- Ivana George, Fine Artist and Art Teacher

What Is the Best Option, the Workable Solution for Artists?

Build a database of prospects and patrons who buy from you directly.

I've studied art marketing since 1988. As such, I know selling to patrons directly is the only way to:

  • Control your distribution.
  • Make the highest profits
  • End reliance on third-party sellers such as galleries and publishers.

If the thought selling to buyers directly causes you concern, I understand. It goes against the grain for many artists. I am sympathetic to why you would feel that way. No one likes being put out of their comfort zone.

The Dread Is Worse Than the Do

The reality is the fear and thought of doing something that seems like it will make you feel uncomfortable is often much worse than actually doing the thing.

My goal is to enlighten and encourage you to put your concerns aside and give my methods a try. That's because when you break through and start having success you will know in your heart of hearts you've now got a reliable means of selling your art today and throughout your career.

I'm There With You and For You – Always!

The Art Marketing Mastery Workshop is self-paced training. But, you are never alone. You have access to me and hundreds of other artists who are members of the private Facebook group. I answer every question asked. Recently, Facebook made it possible to add topics to comments. This gif image shows how extensive the growing range of searchable topics is for artists in the group.

Help in the Group Doesn't Expire

It doesn't matter whether your question is about your training or a real-world issue where you need an answer and help. You'll find you get what you need in this group. And, not just from me. Other artist members are very supportive and helpful to each other.

There are artists seeking help and advice from me and their colleagues in the group who finished the course years ago. You are welcome to tap my expertise as long as I can be of help to you.

New Lessons Are Sent Every Other Week – With 13 Lessons You'll Complete in 26 Weeks

You've lifetime access to the course materials and the private Facebook group. There is a lot to learn and it's spaced out to give you a week to study and a week to act between lessons. You may not incorporate every aspect of the training as you first study it. However you use it, the content will always be there for you, as will I.

It's not a race to finish. It's a quest for constant improvement and knowledge gain that will fuel your success. The components of the course help you set a path to follow. The insights you take from it and the support you get from me and your fellow artists light your path.

"Thank you Barney! I truly believe that when you open your soul to your passion the universe opens all its doors for you. That is what I find this course is doing. It's bringing forth all this positive energy thanks to you and how you are going about doing this. I'm so Grateful! I just had this incredible offer from someone where I would be using my art and interior design skills. And I know I have you to thank for that!"

- Cindy McLean, Fine Artist, Living & Working in Japan

Building an Email List Is a High Purpose that Delivers the Greatest Value

I won't b.s. you and say you can flip a switch and make building a viable list of happy buyers overnight. It’s a process. But, it is the most worthy and valuable thing you can do for your career overall. You go about methodically adding one buyer and prospect at a time. The cumulative effect is you get stronger and more in control of your business each time you bring a new one into your personal circle of influence.

Set List Building As Job #1

  • Make it your mission to start adding potential buyers to your list.
  • Determine to stay in frequent communication with those on it.
  • Segment your list so you talk to people in a way that matches where they are in their customer journey with you.
  • Communicate with established buyers, new buyers and prospective buyers differently is how you keep them interested and make them feel valued and understood.

You will learn how to do these thing and use affordable marketing automation tools in the workshop.

That’s it. Focus on doing these things. Make them the heart of your powerful, intentional, and effective marketing strategy. You’ll want to keep using third parties, such as galleries, publishers, online sites and so on, for as long as you need. But, it's invigorating to know every new prospective patron you add to your list, and every new sale you make to one of them puts you one step closer to becoming self-reliant and independent. It's the process of efficiently moving away from the third-party selling systems that hold back art careers.

It's the Best Time for Artists to Take Control

If you want to sell your art, the best way you can make that happen is to have a list of prospective buyers who know, like and trust you. It's an evolutionary, cumulative, snowballing process. The hardest part is getting started. You first have to clear the head trash that is holding back. Then you have to commit to and take steady action on building your list and the relationships that come with it.

There is nothing that difficult about doing the work. It just has to be done on a lather, rinse and repeat basis. Keep in mind it gets easier and faster as your skills improve. Think big. Most of what you learn to do in this workshop can be performed by someone else. A family member, friend, virtual assistant, or part-time employee.

Freedom Ticket

Isn't a big part of the desire to make art that you want the control and freedom to express your creativity in your own unique way? That quest for freedom extends to business for artists. And, I don't see any other way to achieve artistic and financial freedom and success other than building your base of buyers. If there were viable options that offered long-term solutions, I'd be all over finding ways to help you learn how to use them. But, it just ain't so. As far as I can tell looking at things from a 30-year perspective, there aren't any magic bullet trends in the pipeline that will make success as an artist easy pickings. Anyone who's selling such philosophy is drinking something or is disingenuous.


Who Doesn't Want a Prosperous, Fulfilling Art Career?

You work to make constant improvements to your art skills, right? Of course, you do. Now it's time to put equal effort into marketing your art. Making art and marketing art represent the two sides of a successful art career. As you gain proficiency over each, you strike a happy balance that propels your career to prosperity.

Investigate the careers of artists whose careers you admire, if not envy. You will find they have a balance between working at making art and getting it to market. Balance is the key to their success.

Finding balance in making and marketing art promotes a virtuous growth cycle, which leads to increased awareness and even more sales.

As you achieve balance, you gain the added benefits of:

  • wider appreciation of your art
  • making more money
  • enjoying larger profit margins
  • controlling your career
  • discovering new opportunities related to your success
Strike a Happy Balance

Take Control and Own Your Distribution

You know how you excel at making art but then struggle with finding buyers and selling enough art to create a profitable career? And, how struggling creates worry about growing into or sustaining a full-time career? Too often good sales from a show, event, or promotion are followed by maddening dry spells.

The fluctuations make enjoying steady sales, and consistent cash flow seem like impossible goals. Besides ongoing cash flow worries, inconsistent sales create a most often unspoken anxiety is that at the end of your career too few will know about you and your art. That your creations were not seen, and your artistic voice was never heard.

When you control your distribution these problems fade away.

Independence and Self-Reliance

The best way to defeat those problems is to create a thriving career. Can you see how excelling in business is a valuable "must have" asset and is essential to enjoying a successful art career? A philosophy of independence and self-determination is why I created this course. More than anything, independence and self-reliance are the things I want for your as an artist!

First Things First! Why Owning Your Distribution Is Essential

Owing distribution gives you control of your future!

Barney Davey’s Art Marketing Mastery course offers a wealth of practical, down to earth, no-nonsense knowledge about the nuts and bolts of marketing your art. This course can serve as the missing link between you, the schooled or self taught artist, and the elusive world of making a good living from your work.

Barney has organized the material in easy to navigate modules that make it easy to find and review the sessions as needed. The private Facebook group gives you a chance to get personal and up to date feedback and ideas from both Barney and the many artists who are taking his course.

There is so much to learn, absorb and implement and in the end our success depends on our own energy and enthusiasm along with the specific and repeated actions we choose to take.

While making a good living as an artist may mean embarking upon a road less travelled, Barney’s course can equip you with a well marked map backed up with excellent roadside assistance. ~ Jeffrey Dean

The Art Marketing Mastery Workshop is an Evergreen Success System for Artists

You will use all that you learn here for as long as you want to sell your art. We are not riding trends. You get a rock solid system built on sound principles that won't change. When you put into practice the knowledge you gain here your outcome is continuous improvement. As with your art making, your art marketing improves over time when you follow the steps in your journey to the success you deserve.

There Are Steps to Success for Every Artist.

Imagine instead if you had a practical system to sell your art and forecast your sales. Imagine those dry spells were a thing of the past. Now you’re identifying, connecting with and selling your art directly to top art buying prospects and also selling through multiple channels.

Your sales results give you a growing confidence in your career. And, you experience the added benefit of more time for your studio and family. Your increasing sales lead to greater awareness for your work and add to your legacy.

You Can Have the Success You Deserve!

I help artists find buyers, sell art and prosper. It’s been my mission for nearly 30 years. Here's what I've put together for you with the Art Marketing Mastery Workshop. Together, we light the path. You do the work and follow it.

What would it mean to enjoy manageable, foreseeable art sales once and for all? How good would it feel to know you have a reliable system to sell your art? Steady sales are not a myth. They are the key to enjoying the rewards and recognition your work deserves.

  • An efficient marketing and sales system so you can put away cash flow worries.
  • A strategy to find and connect with to your top prospects, so you always have fresh leads.
  • A process to diversify how your art is sold so you are never reliant on a single distribution channel

Announcing the up-to-date Art Marketing Mastery Workshop for 2019 and Beyond!

Art Marketing Mastery Workshop

When you join, you're in for a treat! This training is the most thorough and extensive art marketing training I’ve ever created. You will find it comprehensive and helpful. More importantly, as you move through the course with me, you will finally start to get the traction and results you’ve always wanted for your art career.

A Step at a Time Will Take You to Your Highest Goals!

There is a logical progression to each of the 10 steps. They are intended to overlap, interlock and strengthen eash other. As you complete each level, you get closer to perfecting an art marketing plan that will produce results for you now and for as long as you want to sell your art.

You Own Your Distribution As Your Primary Channel

One of the best things about this training is that it does not rely on trendy stuff like the latest wrinkle in social media. Yes, you will learn to use what is available in social media, but you will never be put in a position of relying on social media, like Facebook, for example, to find buyers and sell your art.

Likewise, by completing this course and taking the prescribed actions, you will never find yourself at the mercy of third-party distributors of your work. That includes galleries, publishers, licensors, agents, and others who seek to profit from the sale of your work. You may want to use some third-party channels to get your work to market. Always make your direct sales your primary source of selling your artwork. This allows you to be very choosy about working with others.

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What Your Fellow Artists Say

Though I have been a practicing professional artist all of my life, I have the most pleasurable opportunity now to apply all of my efforts to being a full-time artist.

Though I have dealt with galleries, newspaper reporters, graphic design, and many necessary marketing endeavors for the past several decades on my own, I still recognized that Barney Davey's "Art Marketing Mastery Course" would add very important skills and knowledge to my repertoire.

The course has exceeded my expectations - it was (and continues to be) money well spent. The fact that one can revisit the topics, again and again, is very helpful, and the Facebook group is a wonderful ongoing helpful resource as well. ~ Kay Stratman

I came across Barney Davey in my countless hours of online research. I followed him for many months, listening to his videos and reading his books. I finally felt like I wasn’t in this journey alone. There was someone who is so willing to share what he knows, something that could not be done unless you have decades of expertise in the art field. I decided it was time I became serious about my intention, and invested in Barney’s Art Marketing Mastery Workshop.

I am still amazed at the abundance of relevant information, as if he tailored the program just for me. The videos and notes are clear and concise. Barney is very giving of himself, and I look forward to the weekly e-mails chock filled with more great stuff.

Whenever I feel overwhelmed, Barney Davey is my go-to resource to focus and take things one step at a time. For anyone who is serious about learning how to make money with their art, you need to look no further than Barney Davey’s Art Marketing Mastery. I assure you, it will be just what you need. ~ Debbie Viola

As an artist and a businessman, I found that investing in Barney Davey's course one on one training was the wisest and most profitable business and personal decision I made in my career. ~ H B Barry Strasbourg-Thompson BFA.

Barney Davey is from the old school in that there are no shortcuts. Following your dreams takes plain old fashioned hard work! I am in his Art Marketing Mastery Workshop. I wish I had had access to this when I was in art school during the era of conceptual art. I sure was a square peg in a round hole. There was a strong push toward anything goes, a painter doing landscape was not cool! Nobody ever talked about marketing, or how to make a living as an artist.

Drawing on many years of experience in the marketing and art business, since 1988 Barney’s books, blogs, workshops, art marketing consulting, podcasts and more, have helped artists. In his Art Marketing Mastery Workshop Barney keeps it interesting by interspersing pertinent quotes, referencing helpful books, articles and internet resource.

Barney stays available on our Art Marketing Mastery Facebook page set up for the group, to comment and answer the prodigious questions posed by workshop members. It is an interactive group, with members also answering questions and making comments. I think it is a very supportive and valuable part of the course. Barney has put into this workshop his many years of experience in the Art Business, and honed out the best parts for participants, without breaking the bank.

If you are an artist who finds the making a living part of being an artist difficult, sometimes overwhelming, if not downright depressing, this course can help you. It is helping me. It lays out methods you can follow at your pace, and revisit as often as you like.

Besides the many individual sessions Barney has added relevant resources and ebooks to access as part of his program. He also adds extra things that can be accessed by group members that are always very helpful. Last but not least, Barney is very down to earth and approachable. I think I wasted a lot of time (25 or 30 years) wheel spinning and avoiding this very crucial part of a successful art career. Sign up! You’ll be glad you did! - Kay Stratman


  • Exclusive access to my complete advanced level art marketing information. It’s almost like you’re downloading my nearly 30-years of art marketing experience and wisdom directly into your brain so you can start using it immediately to begin selling your art and living your dream lifestyle.
  • Learn proven, easy-to-use techniques that remove the stress and guesswork of finding buyers and collectors who want your art.
  • Discover the best methods to find your ideal art buyers and sell directly to them.
  • Direct to patron sales immunize you from being burned by relying on outside sources you don't control. They minimize losses when your galleries close, Facebook fades, or 3rd-party channels shut you out.
  • Make “follow up sales” as much as ten times more profitable… and how to start locking in the process right away.
  • Learn a foolproof technique to boost sales — it’s a simple routine most artists ignore.
  • Independence. You get it by establishing a repeatable system that produces predictable results for your entire career. You can’t put a price tag on the contentment and security that comes from being truly independent.
  • Fellowship! Admission to the private Facebook group comprised of smart, ambitious artists who are eager to help each other grow their businesses. The help and support you get is priceless.

Five Reasons to Join the Art Marketing Mastery Workshop

  1. Comprehensive – a complete system so you can stop buying and learning new training
  2. Effective – best ways to find your ideal buyers and sell more art to them
  3. Evergreen – timeless system means no worries about missing the latest trendy thing
  4. Flexible – design your program to tap your unique strengths and shore up your weaknesses
  5. Community – access to hundreds of other artists in a helpful online support group led by art marketing expert, Barney Davey

You're Invited!

I invite you to take a few minutes and watch the video below about about Emily's story.
Make sure to read the heartfelt testimonials from artists already benefiting from the program.

Your Instructor

Barney Davey
Barney Davey

Hi,I'm Barney Davey. If you are an artist, photographer, or work as an entrepreneur creative field, I can serve your efforts to create a prosperous career.

I launched a marketing and advertising business in my 20s and sold it to take a position as a senior account executive at a top trade magazine publishing and trade show exhibition company.

We served a variety of small business markets, including:

  • Artists, Galleries, Publishers & Picture Framing Retailers
  • Property & Casualty Insurance Agents
  • Life & Health Insurance Agents
  • Private Club Management & Operations
  • Hospitality & Travel
  • Interior Design & Decorative Accessories

The exposure into how small businesses succeeded in such a wide range of industries was a fantastic learning experience. I use the wisdom and insights I gained to help artists and other small business entrepreneurs create profitable marketing systems.

Since 1988, thousands of artists have sought my advice for new ways to boost their careers. They trust my books, blog posts, workshops, online training, and consulting to help them get ahead.

Get 30 years of experience.

I began advising artists in 1988 when I joined Decor magazine and the Decor Expo trade shows as a marketing executive. The shows and magazine were most influential in the retail art business in their time.

Before its demise due to the internet, for 135 years, Decor was in the business of helping artists, galleries, and picture framers. At its peak, the Decor Expo Atlanta Show was ranked in the top 100 among more than 10,000 annual tradeshows produced in the U.S.

As a result of my attendance at more than 200 art tradeshows, I got to know many of the industry's most successful artists. Traveling to shows gave me a unique chance to observe their best marketing practices.

Experience pays off for my artist followers and me.

Now, I share my insights and experiences with thousands of artists. They use my knowledge and marketing savvy to find collectors, sell more art and operate a profitable business.

I am the author of six bestselling books on the business of art:

  • Straight Advice: How to Market Art Online
  • Guerrilla Marketing for Artists: How 100 Collectors Can Bulletproof Your Career
  • How to Sell Art to Interior Designers
  • The Zen of Selling Art
  • How to Profit from the Art Print Market
  • How to Price Digital Fine Art Prints

Five books in top ten shows my books' impact and staying power.

Five Art Marketing Books in top ten of Amazon Business of Art Best Sellers List

These books have an ongoing impact in the marketplace. Here is a recent screenshot from the Amazon Kindle "Business of Art" best sellers list. It shows five of my books listed in the top 10 all at the same time.

That is an extremely rare feat I'm proud to share with you. I trust seeing these results gives you confidence in my information. Since several of the books are years old, I believe it demonstrates the evergreen quality of the practical advice I provide for artists.

I have also produced and delivered hundreds of live workshops and online webinars for artists on art business and art marketing.

My articles have been published in The Artist’s Magazine, Art World News, Art Business News, Professional Artist, Bottom Line Personal, and Picture Framing Magazine. My How to Profit from the Art Print Market book was featured in the North Light Book Club. It is the book club for F+W Media, the parent company of The Artist’s Magazine.

I have been featured in, written for or worked with these industry leading media companies, and more.

As Seen In, Worked For, Contributed To

Artists Hone Their Art Marketing Skills with My Help.

I have produced and delivered hundreds of live workshops and online webinars for artists on art marketing.

You can get a clear idea of the marketing insights and industry knowledge I share by visiting my Art Marketing News blog. You’ll find more than 600 art business and marketing posts. Among art business blogs, it is ranked #1 by Art Business News.

I was honored to be interviewed by Bottom Line Personal. With a a 750,000 circulation it is one of the largest peronal finance and lifestyle publications on the planet.

I'm telling you these things because I want you to have confidence and enthusiasm that my advice can help steer you to a better career. I've devoted most of my business activities and all my passion towards helping artists for nearly 30 years.

I know the work I'm doing to help artists now is the best I've done. It's a happy marriage of passion, productivity, and purpose. My plans to offer more courses and relevant information for artists are just getting started and getting better all the time.

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now. There are 12 lessons. You get a new lesson every other week to give you adequate time to learn and take action. That means you can finish in 24 weeks or about six months. When you submit your lesson plan activity work for your final lesson you will have an option to stay in the program at a very low monthly maintenance fee. It will give you continued access to the private Facebook group, and all the course materials.
How long do I have access to the course?
After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as maintain membership. See the question above for more details.
How Do I Join the Facebook Group?
You will receive an invite to join the group. If you don't receive it, you can submit a request to join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/artmarketingmasters/ Contact us if you have any problems.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund. After 30 days, you can cancel at any time for any reason. You will keep access to any remaining available time on your current payment.


Choices and Actions make the difference.

If you are ready to choose success and act to take control of your career, this program will get you there.

In the clear light of day, you know the only way to achieve what you want for your career is through hard work. There aren't any silver bullets or secrets to selling art online that will magically turn your career into an overnight success.

That's tough talk, but you can handle it. I know without knowing you that you have overcome far bigger obstacles in your life than anything this course will require you to do. The only thing stopping you is you.

You want this! You got this!

You will start with a vision you design. It's your life and your career. You set the goals. Make them possible and doable. You will use the training you get here to turn those goals into realities. Dreams do come true.

It's not nearly as hard as you think. It's all about one step at a time. You will keep away the overwhelm that happens by loading your plate with too much and hurting your brain with impossible expectations.

Positive, steady small actions create unstoppable momentum.

The Grand Canyon was carved miles deep by wind and water over time. Your success is just like that. One small task leads to another. It's about using daily tasks as small wins to eventually create huge wins for you.

Are you ready to put yourself first and to work on an organized system designed to grow a profitable career? Then join the Art Marketing Mastery Workshop today. Let it be the best decision you make for your career. One that will lead to the profound satisfaction of selling your art on a steady basis.

How Does the Program Work?

Each step is a series of content in delivered in videos, PDF downloads, documents and more. Each new step is released every 14 days. That gives you adequate time to get through the course material before you tackle the next lesson.

You will have access to me in an open office hours concept every other Friday. You can contact me in the private Facebook group to get immediate answers to questions or help with the program. Additionally, I am in the group on a frequent basis to help members.

You can leave a comment or ask questions in the course comments section. I will answer them as quickly as possible.

How Much Does It Cost?

It's $175 per month for three months, $475 as a one-time payment, or 12 monthly payments of $49. After your final payment, you will have lifetime access to the course lessons and access to me via the Facebook group, open hours program and live hot seats.

Hot Seat Opportunities

Artists who want special help can request to work with me on a hot seat. We'll take whatever problem they are facing and deal with it on a live screen sharing meeting. The hot seats will be recorded and archived in the course materials.


There are 13 lessons delivered to you every other week. That means you can get through this program in as little as 26 weeks. But, don't worry, you have all the time you need to make full use of the content. That's because you will have lifetime access to your course content and your membership to the Facebook group.

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Want to talk about the training? Schedule a free no pressure information call. Go to bdavey.co/15min. Pick a time convenient for your schedule. Or, send me an email with your questions at [email protected]

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