One of A Kind vs Limited Edition Products – Class Two

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One of A Kind vs Limited Edition Products – Class Two


 
One of a Kind vs Limited Edition Products

What type are creative are you? Do you want to create one-of-a-kind pieces, never to reproduce or are you a limited edition creator, wanting to branch out into more of a mass market arena? What is necessary for each and how do you start? Is it possible to be both?

Mark T. SmithWith special guest
Mark T. Smith, Professional Fine Artist
Mark has been working as an artist for the past 21 years. He started in the world of applied Arts – Illustration, Design, Animation and gradually moved into the world of Fine Arts. He started in the world of applied Arts because it was a more linear way to start out in the Arts, in terms of earning a living. The time spent working on commercial commissions helped him develop and become more confident in his own visual language. He enjoyed the pressure of a deadline and the direct interaction with clients. Over the past decade, he has been primarily working on artwork that is exhibited at galleries and art fairs. His work has matured and developed far beyond my initial ideas and he has had what he considers a very successful career.
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