Jumpstart your art sales! More info below the image.
Jumpstart your art Sales
Monday, December 18, 6-8pm
in my studio
Maggie Ruley - Island Inspirations
933b Fleming Street, Key West, Fl 33040
Want to sell your artwork, but not sure how to begin?
Sign up for this free workshop to learn the simple tools and strategies that will get you started.
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Is this for you? Read more.......
?Does this sound like you?
You've worked hard at improving your art skills.
You're getting positive feedback from your fellow artists, your instructors and friends.
You're wondering what to do with all your lovely pieces.
If you said "yes, that's me" to these, you're ready.
Two reasons why I'd like to help you make at happen.
1. When you sell your artwork that creates enthusiasm. Enthusiasm leads to more creative work, which leads to becoming a better artist, and that leads to more sales and so-on and so-on. It's a wonderful upward spiraling thing.
2. I see the need for this kind of a "starter class". When you get the basics in place you have a good foundation you can build on. Having a good foundation gives you confidence.
If that's what you want and are ready to get started, please sign up for this mini workshop.
Here's what you'll learn.
It's all about beach umbrellas with umbrella drinks.
I talked to a friend in Virginia today who said the temp there this morning is 28 degrees. Yikes!
It's beach weather and happy hour here! Come on down.
I've decorated my studio for the holidays with these festive paintings! They were a joy to paint.
Beach Daze - 18"x24" acrylic on canvas- unframed $495
Happy Hour - 24"x30" gallery wrap canvas, painted edges $1695.00 #rumpunch
Beach Daze 2 - 10"x20" acrylic on canvas, unframed, painted edges $385 #islandfun
Happy Hour 2 - 10"x20" acrylic on canvas, unframed, painted edges, $385
He's strutting his stuff for the ladies!
Who's Your Daddy? Acrylic on gallery wrap canvas, 24" x 30" $1,900.
They survived the storm!
We're very fond of our roosters, hens and chicks here in Key West. I'm happy to say that they are still with us, looking good and stopping traffic when they cross the street with their brood of peeps. #toocute
What didn't survive hurricane Irma?