Within the worlds of art, there has not been a central website, book or database that covers almost everything until I put the man-hours in to create this book, listing most art galleries and art museums state-by-state, country-by-country partially because of my curiosity but I also have enough of an artistic inclination to strive to create the supreme art book for the world.I wanted to see what t...
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ce offers within the fields of art because I became an artist of my life at around the age of 28 when I realized that the world’s system of knowledge, government, capitalism, religion and life was all someone else’s ideas (bullshit) thrust over my naked essence as a pure human being. At that point, I set upon living by true nature while watching all the brainwashed people around me living their little lives engulfed by the matrix. I created this book to see what other artists are doing, helping them try to earn a living doing what they love to do.The 25 volumes on visual art, the art business, artist jobs, selling art online, art schools, crafts, design, metalsmithing, jewelry-making, collectibles, antiques, etc. are as follows:Volume 1. Artist Job-Business Guide 1Volume 2. Artist Job-Business Guide 2Volume 3. Formal Art Schools at CollegesVolume 4. Art Workshops for Fun, not College Credit or Necessarily a Diploma at the EndVolume 5. Art Schools for The Many ArtformsVolume 6. Make Money in CraftsVolume 7. Art Knowledge 1Volume 8. Art Knowledge 2Volume 9. Art History/ All the Art Since the Beginning of the Human RaceVolume 10. Crafts ResourcesVolume 11. Metalcraft/ Metalsmith/ Jewelry-Making GuideVolume 12. Jewelry & Fashion AccessoriesVolume 13. The Needle Arts Guide (Sewing, Knitting, Crochet, Quilting)Volume 14. Design Covers Almost EverythingVolume 15. Collectibles & Antiques Resource GuideVolume 16. Intellectual Property: Legal ProtectionVolume 17. Professional-Trade Association & Trade Magazine Guide for the Gentle, Artsy FieldsVolume 18. Looking for WorkVolume 19. Arts & Entertainment Job GuideVolume 20. Lots of Liberal Arts Job Websites Mostly from the Defunct sc.edu/career WebsiteVolume 21. Animation, Cartoons & Comics GuideVolume 22. Freelancing/ Working From HomeVolume 23. Liberal Arts Job GuideVolume 24. Great Art WebsitesVolume 25. Find Artists Living & DeadI kept finding great websites for artists with lots of useful information so I had to keep expanding the book until it got so big that I realized the art world was much bigger than I imagined and had to stop because there is a point of diminishing returns.I got most of the relevant info. There was a lot of repetition in the new info I was finding but the bottom line is that visual art is a massive field that many people work at everyday with their hearts and souls. There are at least a million artists, dead and alive, with artwork for sale. It’s much higher than that if you includes the crafts.There are are some great art websites out there like:art-collecting.comartnet.comzeroland.co.nzThe first several volumes are about arts and crafts jobs and business. Some artists work for others. Most work for themselves. You have to hustle to sell your stuff. You have to know about marketing. I wrote the business superbook and other books about internet marketing. Some artists sell on craigslist, kijiji and ebay.There are at least a hundred good-sized art websites that work like ebay for artists. You post your stuff up to offer for sale onto their website in your own personal portfolio. They have different arrangements on how you pay them. Some charge a monthly fee. Some let you post your stuff up for free. They sell it then take a commission before they credit your account with the money.I didn’t realize how huge the art industry is until I saw how many art galleries and art museums there are everywhere. I have never set foot in ...