Your Own Art Gallery
having an exciting, prestigious, and rewarding career as
the owner of an art gallery, getting paid to select and sell art.
When you start an art gallery,
you have the freedom to make your own choices and express your own
You have the luxury
of selling the artworks you want to. You can introduce the public to artists
you admire. You can discover exciting new artists.
You can even create the ideal showcase for
your own art if you are
an artist yourself.
By opening your own art gallery,
you become part of a rich culture, and you may enjoy an excellent
as an important part of your community.
You can hold exhibitions
at your art gallery, and your opening night parties could be intimate
affairs or grand galas attended by local, national, and international
In addition to working with
and emerging artists, you may also work with wealthy clients.
Many people of means frequent private art galleries to add to their art
is art and working is art and good business is the best art.”
In fact, more people are buying
art today than ever before. According to the most recent U.S. Economic
Census data, retail art dealers’ annual revenues have
by more than 40% over the previous five years. In major urban centers,
some art dealers' revenues top $2 million per year. Clearly, art
gallery owners are a very
successful group of retailers.
Plus, if you sell art on consignment,
you will have less risk than most types of retail businesses
because you can fill your art gallery with inventory without paying
until it's sold.
opening an art gallery and becoming an art dealer sounds like the career
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The FabJob art gallery guide offers
tips and expert advice from successful art gallery owners, art
dealers, and art industry insiders. The experts who share advice in this
guide covers topics of vital importance to anyone who wants to open
an art gallery in the United States or Canada, plus helpful advice for opening an art gallery in any country. The guide includes:
Renowned art consultant Alan
Bamberger, author of The Art of Buying Art and owner of artbusiness.com, who has been featured
as an art expert in media such as CNN, PBS, The Wall Street Journal,
and Your Money
Rebecca Cooper, art expert
and owner of The Gallery Sag Harbor in New York, who has appeared on national
television and conducts art tours
Susan Gottlieb and Jolene
Hanson, owner and gallery director of the environmentally conscious
G2 Gallery in Venice, California
Prajit and Projjal Dutta,
co-owners of Aicon Gallery, an Indian-themed art gallery with locations
in New York, London and Palo Alto
to Start an Art Gallery Business
Your Art Gallery
to create a business plan for your art gallery (includes a sample
art gallery business plan)
what kind of art gallery to open
overview of options for your art gallery business:
an existing art gallery (including how to find art galleries and
art stores for sale)
a retail art franchise
a new art gallery
a name for your art gallery
to get start-up financing for your art gallery business (includes
sample start-up budgets)
about important business matters including insurance and whether you should
much space (square footage) you need to open your art gallery
to consider when choosing a location for your art gallery, including
information about permits and leases
exterior design of your art gallery
and supplies you need to start an art gallery business and where to get
to get inventory for your art gallery including information on:
to attract artists to sell through your gallery
artwork on consignment (includes a sample agreement)
paid for artwork sold through galleries
to buy limited edition artwork from popular collectible artists at wholesale
you will find even more resources and advice, including:
to develop effective systems for running your art gallery business
on a daily basis
to set your prices (plus ways to increase the perceived value
of a piece so you can sell it for a higher price)
gallery theft prevention techniques
that can help you manage your art inventory
to attract visitors to your art gallery through advertising
and low cost publicity
at your art gallery
a website to sell artwork locally and internationally
sales with effective customer relations, including:
to talk with educated art collectors
to get repeat business
to find and hire great art gallery employees
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services you can offer through your art gallery to increase your income,
practices that can affect an art gallery's reputation
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business plan for an art gallery
budgets for an art gallery
to evaluate competing art galleries
to evaluate potential locations
for art gallery operations
more! (including free updates)
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FabJob Guide to Become an Art Gallery Owner takes you step-by-step through
what you need to know to open and operate your own art gallery. The
guide offers insider advice from experts currently working in the art industry,
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"Michelangelo once said,
‘The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high
and falling short; but in setting our aim too low, and achieving our mark.’
I believe the message of this guide is to inspire art gallery hopefuls
to take a chance and follow their dream career. The book gives you the
business information you need to get started. The rest is up to how much
you want it.”
—Mitchell Warren, art gallery
art gallery) grew out of a comment by a friend who is a wildlife videographer,
suggesting that we create a gallery to show our photographs. Something
that was visualized as a small gallery grew into a 5,000 square foot space
in a world-class art community featuring artworks by internationally renowned
wildlife and landscape photographers. It is very rewarding to watch a gallery
grow from concept to reality."
Gottlieb, Owner of G2 Gallery, Venice, California
you make a buyer happy and when you help them select art that represents
them or relates to their lives, it is very satisfying. I also enjoy giving
the artist their commission check. It completes the circle that is my job."
Sandra Espinet, Owner of Square One Fine Art Gallery, Jose Del Cabo, Mexico
and Sandra are two of the art gallery owners and art industry experts
who give advice in this FabJob guide
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