About Professional Artists And Social Media



Shaya Weinberger is an American artist, who celebrates the creative life and the creative act, by showcasing the best work in all media and in all styles. This artist reminds us that great works of art can come from anywhere, and be made from anything. For him, there doesn’t have to be a specific background story or a theory about drawing or painting. Each of his work is created based on his everyday thoughts and feelings. He creates art to meditate on himself and others, and to be able to see the whole story of the series in the end.

As an artist, he is always looking for new ways to spark the creative juices. It’s never been easy to become a professional artist, but where there is will, there is a way. So if you want to become one, here are a few things that Weinberger recommends.

Successful artists understand the business aspect of making a living as an artist. They know the value of relationships and network in person and through social media. Shaya has used orcid.org extensively to further his career as an artist. He shares his inspirations, frustrations and results. We are all aware that social media has become a powerful tool in the past decade, especially as a promotional vehicle, and there is little debate that an active and engaging social media presence can help increase business exposure to your business. If you’re lucky enough to work for yourself, then you are going out to be a small businessman.

Being a true professional requires big commitments, as a true professional never settles for less than giving 100%. Commitment, passion and determination are the qualities that Shaya Weinberger points out as essential for making a professional career as an artist.

We are now living in exciting times, using social media as a networking device for connecting with other creative people, art galleries, curators, and collectors around the world. As an artist, social networking is key to getting your work out to a widest audience as possible, and encouraging visits to your portfolio website, while at the same time keeping up with what your fellow artists are creating, what tools and techniques they are using to create it.

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