In today's episode I chat with artist/photographer Jason Matias
While Jason’s financial success is aspirational, it’s his story that is the true inspiration for anyone wondering if they can make a living selling their art. Jason does not come from a wealthy family, who gave him a leg up in the art world. He was born into a military family and went into the family business by enlisting in the Air Force right out of high school.
When Jason came out of the military 6 years later, he was terrified of becoming another homeless vet. While he tried some other conventional jobs, he couldn’t shake his calling as an artist. Constantly obsessed with finding the light, Jason decided to put all his efforts into making a fine art career work.
How do you successfully release a new body of work? In this episode, I chat with artist Jaimon Caceres about his successful previous releases and the new one that is coming out soon. Check it out!
Are you an emerging artist who wants to share your story in social media but not sure how to do it? Perhaps you may feel that you do not have too much to say. In this episode of Breakfast with Sergio I chat with Ana Sofia to help you out.
Meet the members of the F1VEart Group. A collaboration-based group in the California area who are helping each other succeed, create opportunities and help others. They came together during the pandemic as part of the Small Works Art Sales Challenge I ran in 2020. In this episode, we chat about how they started, how they keep the energy going and what makes a good team. Additionally, they give personal insights on starting your own groups. Artists of F1VEart @anngolumbuk @denisecerro @mostamanaz @susie_zol @yahel.yan.art
Do you what NFTs are all about? In this episode with premier photographer Jesse Dittmar we explain NFTs and how they are changing the landscape photography and art in general.
in this episode I get to speak with Dalila Cataldi and Vittoria Malgioglio about The Hague X Beirut project. They provide a platform for activists and artists to take the lead and raise awareness for their cause, supporting them in a time of economic and social difficulty. Learn more on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/thehaguepeaceprojects/
What is the future of art and technology? In today’s episode I chat with London-based artist Gordon Cheung and art business consultant and curator Inez Suen about technology, augmented reality, NFTs, and much more. has developed an innovative approach to painting, which blurs the line between virtual and actual reality to reflect on the modern concern for the loss of utopia as seen in the current state of affairs in our capitalist society. Learn more about his work at: https://www.gordoncheung.com/
Are you looking for tools to create an online exhibition? Look no further. In this episode 315 of Breakfast with Sergio, I talk with Nicholas Michael about how to build a dynamic and easy to use virtual reality exhibition using the Art Placer App. Using the lates technology and customizable features, ArtPlacer provides a great solution for artists, galleries, curators and anyone wanting to put an online show.
Visit http://www.artplacer.com or follow them on Instagram at @artplacer.app
In this episode, I chat with art dealer and founder of SOYYO Magazine Estefania Ochoa about art collecting, art promotion, art across America and much more. She also provides tips for artists to stand out and get noticed.
Do you feel stock trying to get to your creative ideas? No problem! In today's episode my friend Beth Inglish shares four practical ways to unblock your creative ideas. Let us know how you like it and please share it with your friends.
Recently, Dr Yanina Gomez and myself were guests to “Tap Into Your Creativity” Instagram show with Sandra Felemovicius to share about mindset and wellness advice for artists. The conversation was amazing and you will enjoy every minute of it. Please follow Sandra on Instagram at @sandrafeleart
In this episode I talk about my own curatorial ideas for 2021, how I select artworks and what I look for when curating a show. Check my latest curatorial project at www.sergiogomezcuartes.net
Hey, I am launching a new initiative called Sergio Gomez Curates and I want to invite you to join me. No fees to submit or show if selected. In this episode I tell you the story of why I'm doing this and you can participate.
In this episode, I have the opportunity to introduce you to an artist whose work inspired me 30 years ago as I was an art student. Today we get to meet for the first time and chat about art, business, resilience and some of the adventures Drew Harris has found in painting.
Drew Harris is an internationally recognized Canadian artist devoted to abstract painting. Spanning now just over 30+ years. Harris’ work is in some of the most important art collections and galleries in the world. He is also an accomplished designer, story teller, writer and he joined me from his studio in Malaysia for this candid interview. Visit his website at: http://www.drewharrisart.com
In a career spanning 35 years in the arts, Mark Heine work for clients such as Disney, Sony, Microsoft and Starbucks, have led to more than forty national and international awards. A succession of well received solo and group shows in galleries across North America and Europe, has brought his work to galleries in New York, Los Angeles, Denver, Santa Fe and Chicago where he's been showing with some of the most recognized artists in North America.
What's working on Instagram right now? Great question. If you want to focus on the the strategies that give the best results to promote your art in early 2021 for growth of engagement, you've got to listen to this episode.
Do you want to increase your art business revenue in 2021? Let me tell you, It is not going to happen by itself. It will take intentionality and a great strategy. In this episode I share with you 10 essential things you need to do to increase your revenue as an artist.
Check out my Art Business Grow Challenge at: http://www.theartistnextlevel.com/join