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Taking Your Creativity to the Next Level and Making a Business Out of It

Author and writer: Emma Grace Brown

Publisher: KELLY NetWorks

As a creator, you have a unique vision that needs to be shared with the world. It can often feel overwhelming when trying to get your work out there, but it doesn’t have to be. We have put together some tips and tricks that will help you take your creativity to the next level. And when you’re ready to start and grow as a business, reach out to KELLY NetWorks for expert guidance.

Creating a Comprehensive Business Plan

Creating a detailed business plan will help ensure the success of your venture. This plan should include information about market research, budgeting, goals, marketing strategies, and any other necessary details for running a successful business. It’s also important to review this plan regularly and make adjustments as needed based on changes in the market or new goals that arise.

Looking for Investors

Investors can help fund projects or provide resources necessary for success when launching a creative venture. Do research on potential investors who might be interested in what you are doing and reach out to them directly or through events or networking opportunities. Keep potential investors up-to-date with progress reports so they can see how their funds are being used and where successes begin to emerge.

Forming an LLC

Setting up an LLC for your art business is an important step to take in order to protect your personal assets from those of the business. An LLC helps you separate your personal finances from those of the company, ensuring that there are different levels of liability and accountability. It also provides greater security if something goes wrong during the course of doing business.

Investing in a Multi-Purpose Workshop

Creating art requires studio space where you can produce without distractions. Investing in a multi-purpose room at home can give you dedicated studio space while also boosting value in your home should you decide to put it on the market someday down the line. A multi-purpose room could also serve double duty as office space or even as an extra bedroom for guests and visiting family members.

Managing Your Portfolio

Having a portfolio is key for any artist looking to make their work noticed. A well-organized portfolio should include pieces from different collections that show viewers the diversity of your art. Not only does this give others an insight into what kind of artwork they are viewing, but it also allows them to appreciate your talents and skillset without feeling overwhelmed or too busy by the presentation.

Showcasing Your Work

Creating and organizing an art portfolio can be a great way to showcase your work. Galleries, festivals, and conventions are additional platforms that offer the opportunity for people to interact with physical prints, paintings, sculptures, or other works. Taking the time to make connections online with those who may be interested in displaying your art is key since having access to these physical settings provide both visitors and viewers and artists more opportunities for engagement compared to just viewing images online.


Launching a business in the creative industry can be daunting, but it's easier when you have the right tools. Forming an LLC is one step in protecting yourself legally. Investing in a multi-purpose workshop at home allows you to work wherever you need. Finally, finding ways to display your work can help people discover your talents. Dedication and drive, coupled with these key considerations, will take your creative career off the ground and make your dreams a reality.

Author and writer: Emma Grace Brown

Publisher: KELLY NetWorks


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