Art Fairs: 10 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started – Press Release

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Art Fairs: 10 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started

A New Book on How to Get Started Doing Art Fairs, by Artist Organized

March 29, 2012, Orange County, CA: Artist Organized is proud to announce the publication of her book Art Fairs: 10 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Started. Michelle Geromel, aka Artist Organized, has gained national recognition within the artist community by bringing her business consulting experience to the art world. As an artist herself, Artist Organized is able to introduce easy simple ways to conquer the left-brain (business) side of art and creativity. This book was written for artists, by an artist who is familiar with the uncertainty and questions many artist have when doing their very first art or craft fair or festival because she was once there herself. This book was written for the artist, looking to decide if doing an art or craft fair is right for them, and to help artists think through the various challenges and tasks surrounding preparing for and doing an art or craft fair.
Art Fairs: 10 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started is available exclusively through Amazon.com until June 1st. This How-To book is also available for free through the Amazon Kindle lending library for a limited time. On Amazon.com at the following URL
http://www.amazon.com/Art-Fairs-Started-Organized-ebook/dp/B007ELK936/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1333048373&sr=8-1

Book Summary:
Thinking about starting art or craft fairs? But not sure how to start? Then this book is for you. This book is packed full of ideas on ways you can get started, and ways you can use what is around your house, or borrow from a friend to enhance your booth.

This book reviews what is probably your biggest art fair purchase – the tent and walls. As well as smaller purchases, like print racks and marketing material. And talk about the things you might want to create or bring with you to your art fair – such as a contact list, and a way to accept credit cards. (If you don