Save yourself from any kind of stress by getting organized. You can get yourself organized with a full task list for what to do. There are useful tips available to organize your art business. For the first tip it’s suggested to take a picture of each and everything that’s inside your studio. Make sure that you capture everything with a high resolution camera to keep a track of what you own and you know well if anything goes missing.
Check out this useful post from Wendy at http://prettywellorganized.com:
ORGANIZING CHILDREN’S ART WORK
June 17, 2014
When it comes to sentimental items, I definitely tend to horde them over any other kind of possession. Purging clothes, shoes, “stuff” in general is no problem for me…but something that was made by or is special to a family member… I hold on to for dear life.
Obviously this is not practical.
I have come to realize you can’t hold on to everything, no matter how much you want to. With Olivia in full-time preschool, she comes home with more pictures, projects, scribbles, sticker sheets…I can’t even explain how many papers come into our home. All I know is in the last 3 months, it’s this many:
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For the second tip it’s suggested that you establish your artwork inventory. This way you are able to see your complete portfolio at one single glance at your online backup.
For the third tip it’s recommended that you have a running list of all the tools and supplies you own with its, type, name, price and number. This way you can keep a check on what new supplies you need and what’s finished.
Also take a look at this super long post written by Lisa at organize365.com how American women fail to implement this legendary book:
Why The Magic Art of Tidying Up Doesn’t Work For American Women
Today on the podcast, I am reviewing the book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. I’m sharing what I like, don’t like, and why I think that this book doesn’t work for American women.
Talk about a controversial statement, I know, but I think The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up does not work for the majority of American women. Marie and I approach organizing differently based on our ages and countries of origin.
Read full long post here..
The fourth necessary tip for organizing the art business suggests that you should record the location of all the pieces. To know at which gallery your piece is residing and who should be contacted to get it back.
Personally I was inspired by this video from Do It on a Dime:
Now, for the fifth tip it’s suggested to retain a contact list of the people who you meet and they love art in order to add a new contact to access it at any place any time. Business organization could be your biggest promotion tool for your art business.