Oct 042013


On Monday, I’ll be starting Part B of Make Art That Sells, offered by Lilla Rogers. I learned so much in Part A (which ended this past July), that I can’t wait to get started on Part B—I’ve been about as patient as a 7-year-old kid counting the days until her birthday!

Make Art That Sells is a unique course, filled with the kind of industry-specific info you just can’t get anywhere else. If you have been wanting to learn more about illustrating for paper/stationery products, baby/children’s apparel and décor, scrapbooking, editorial, and party paper, this is the course for you. You’ll learn about the latest trends in these markets, enjoy interviews with industry leaders and the successful artists who work with them, and surprise yourself with the amazing portfolio pieces you’ll create. All in a phenomenally supportive community of fellow artists.

Lilla is so incredibly generous—not only with her extensive knowledge of all these markets, but also with specific leads and how to approach them—that the students in Part A nicknamed her our Fairy Art Mother. A firm believer in making the pie bigger, Lilla takes great delight in empowering all artists to make a living doing what they love most: making art (that sells)!

There’s still time to register, so if you’re interested in taking your art from good to great, sign up! I’ll see you in class on Monday!

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