Can a Western Artists Make Money Regardless of Sales?
Jeff Wolf answers more questions about the Western Art Rodeo Association and how artists will compete for prize money, gain status recognition, have new ways to market western art, and ultimately sell more artwork.
Interview #3 of this FAQ Series answers the following questions:
- How does the W.A.R.A. allow fans to follow an artists career?
- Why would I want to compete even if I don’t think my artwork is as good as others?
- What would the W.A.R.A. say to an artists trying to decide whether or not to enter or join?
- What does competition, entertainment and energy add to an art show or art competition?
- What does educating art collectors and potential art collectors do for Artists?
- Who will judge the artwork at W.A.R.A. Art Rodeos?
Watch the Video below for the Answers:
One thing that most miss about the W.A.R.A. Concept is the education factor.
It is up to us to educate the general public, our youth, and even art collectors as to what Fine Western Art truly is.
Question: If someone doesn’t know what Fine Western Art is, how can they make an informed purchasing decision?
Answer: They can’t, and don’t.
If you know what you are purchasing, and you are 100% confident in it’s value and quality. The decision is made. The doubt is removed. There is no fear in the decision making.
The W.A.R.A. aims to do just this for all Western Artists that choose to be involved and step out of the normal routines of marketing Western Artwork.
We have taken the best aspects of Art Shows, and Art Competitions and put a twist on everything by involving the audience and making art entertaining and educational for everyone.
This is unlike anything you have seen before – and it works.
We hope you will choose to be part of the Solution for Western Artists by Joining the Western Art Rodeo Association.
If you are a Western Artists, we hope to see you at an Art Rodeo – See our Upcoming Rodeos Here.