Many artists seek to work with galleries, but, as Constance Scopelitis points out, artists need to do their research before placing their art in the hands of just any gallery. She recommends calling other artists and making sure that the gallery not only has a solid reputation but is run efficiently. For Constance, working with galleries has been beneficial to her career, but the relationship with galleries has offered challenges and lessons learned.
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This excerpt is from a larger art panel discussion called “Reaching Art Collectors: An Art Panel Discussion” presented by the Arts Council of Indianapolis in partnership with the Clark Hulings Fund For Visual Artists.
Moderated by Shannon Linker, Vice President of the Arts Council of Indianapolis, the Clark Hulings Fund and the Arts Council of Indianapolis offer our deepest gratitude to the panelists: H.David Wright, Krystii Melaine, P.A. Nisbet, and Constance Scopelitis.
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