Pet Art Blog
Twee' Art LLC, Vermont
12/3/2021 2 Comments
The Problem with being a busy artist.
When I began my art career I joined whatever events - whenever I became aware. This past year things got really busy, so I wrote my activities on a WORD DOC. However, I realized this was not a good long-term solution. It would become difficult in time to quickly or easily ‘find’ information on a Word Doc. I needed easy access to contact names, numbers, URLs, etc. I needed something better to keep track.
How Could A Better Way Help Me & Other Artists?
This past year’s art business found me scrambling through a variety of lap top folder categories to find, contact names, emails, phone numbers, submissions dates, fees charged, themes, and the exact art I submitted to each! This was frustrating and time consuming. I knew there had to be a better way to save me time, reduce frustration and give me easy access to those pesky URL’s so I could enter events, create posts and advertise.
These 2 Excel Templates Solved My Problem and Maybe Yours.
First I created an Alphabetical, Fully Updateable Master List of My Memberships, Galleries, Events and URLs. This meant if I wanted to add any new events, I could just insert the information wherever it fit alphabetically. Hence a Master List was formed that would not ‘grow’ too much, but give me quick access to the information I needed by name.
Wonderful as this was, I realized it wasn’t going to be enough. I needed to keep track of events I participated in by date, which art pieces I submitted, dates due, specific URLs, charges, awards, sales, etc. So I created a second one titled - Dated by Order of Participation in Memberships, Galleries and Events. This would keep that track of exactly those in which I participated throughout the year. Then beginning each new year, I could just add events by starting a new list at the bottom, or copy the column headings and start a new page.
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Susie Caron, acrylic artist, creates realistic paintings of pets, animals, and selected scenes. Her love of and experience with many pets and farm animals throughout her life, enables her to capture the unique feeling and expression of each subject. In her commission pet and livestock portraits, Susie also works with each customer to discover and then reveal the personality and special bond between pet and human.
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