Creating Your Art Legacy
Preserving and documenting your art to last for generations to come.
As artists we spend years creating art and figuring out how to sell it to create income while we are alive. Yet, how often do think about what will happen to all our art and hard work that we have put into establishing ourselves as artist once we die and are gone?
Why let your art die along with your body? Why not Create Your Art Legacy that will last for decades and generations to come?
In this course, Debi Payne will walk you through the process that she used to preserve and document all of her art so that it can be passed down to her children so that they will easily be able to make the transition to start receiving income from her art once she is gone.
In this course you will learn:
- The importance of documenting and preserving all your art.
- Why it is never too early to start creating your art legacy.
- How to sort your art and determine what you want to happen to it.
- Creating a catalog system for your art so it can be easily found.
- Determine a way to store all your art together in one place.
Once you have completed this course your heirs will be able to go to one place and find all your art complete with documentation about each piece of art that you have created.
No artist knows when they are going to die. If they do, it is probably too late to start creating your art legacy and that means that the task will be left for someone else to do which means it probably will not happen and your art most likely will die right along with your body.
Debi Payne is a visual artist with 10+ years of professional experience ranging from gallery showings to art licensing.She has worked in a multitude of mediums including (but not limited to) watercolor, acrylic and digital.
To visit her Debi Payne Designs website, you can click here.