Saturday, December 27, 2014

Flaming Cuckoo Clocks.........Joyce Oroz

Christmas was fabulous, but old habits are strong. I'm back in the basement, at my computer, wearing pajamas and a tiara--a leftover from a party I remember going to. It was a lively party until the cuckoo clock caught fire and the firemen doused the Christmas tree with foam. So I'm back in the bunker, wishing you a Happy New Year, and stay away from those flaming cuckoo clocks!

Arts Habitat, the Carmel Art Association and
Monterey Bay Plein Air Painters Association
Are Offering A  
Free Art Biz Webinar
Presented by Sarah Michael

Mark Your Calendars for
Tuesday, January 13, 12:00 P.M. Pacific Time
(3:00 P.M. Eastern Time)   


Sarah Michael is a marketing coach who works with entrepreneurs to produce real financial results that feel good. In this webinar she will share a step-by-step outline of a powerful conversation that creates a genuine and immediate connection, and how to turn that connection into more opportunities to show and sell your work-- all in a way that feels good.
This is for you if you're a visual artist and you've said to yourself lately, "I wish I knew what to say to gallery owners" or "Why don't curators pick me?"
In this complimentary training session, you will learn how to:
- Maximize short introductory conversations so the galleries get what your work is all about and want to take the next step with you.
- Quickly tell if someone is interested so you don't waste time, and what to say to invite a deeper conversation - without being pushy or "salesy."
- Create connection and rapport immediately, so they find the time to explore representing you, or showing your work.
Here's your chance to know what to say at the beginning, middle and end of an introductory conversation, so talking about what you do just flows naturally -- and people "get" it!   
Save the Date: January 13th at 12pm PT; and check your email for further announcements with details on how to access the webinar. For information on Sarah Michael visit her website,
Arts Habitat, the Carmel Art Association, and the Monterey Bay Plein Air Painters Association have arranged for this free workshop to gauge interest in the topic; we hope you'll join in, and let us know what you think. Please send your comments to


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