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Money Now

Learn how to bring in art sales ASAP, guiding you through highly personalized, clear action steps – even if you have a lot on your plate and selling art isn't your zone of genius.

The fastest way to start selling your art to rely on it for regular income.

You'd like to be a full time working artist whose art brings in enough income to live on comfortably. It feels quite unrealistic and outrageous to say that 'out loud', while at the same time you don't see why it shouldn't be possible or you wouldn't be working so hard for it. 

But underneath there's a fear of failure. A fear of not being able to come through in a professional way.

"Maybe I'm not marketing correctly?" you wonder. You get a lot of positive response that everyone loves your work, but you're not converting them to buyers.


So you start reasoning with yourself, trying to figure out the problem:
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    Its hard to sell art if I don't have an audience to see it in order to buy it. It's also hard to get an audience without consistency.
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    Handling all the aspects of the business makes me feel like I can't focus. I don't even know to write effective copy yet.
  • I'm just a jumbled mess. I'm constantly shooting stunning art into the dark but only a few people are watching and even fewer may buy something. Is this worth it?

Deep down you're worried you're not on the right track. Maybe everything’s just going to go stagnant.

I wanted to let you know I've already booked 2 more commissions at the new price! That's 3 $500 commissions booked in less than 2 weeks.

Laura Knopp

You know you could do better if you just understood what you were doing wrong.

Deep down you're worried you're not on the right track. Maybe everything’s just going to go stagnant.

You should be out there in the world, not living in courses and file folders.

Right now it feels like too much to do by yourself. Not only is it not feasible, it's overwhelming. You have a lot of caps that you wear and other non-negotiable things that exist in your life, like kids or a part-time job, so you keep plugging away, doing the best you can in the time you have available.

But it's possible to cut out 90% of the crap you think you have to do and still sell art. So let's get started, shall we?

In Money Now, you'll learn to start selling your art regularly and feel you can rely on it for income. 

Let me give you a mirror for your blind spots.

In just four weeks, you'll be able to:
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    Build a small-but-mighty audience full of real, true connections.
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    Create an identity for your art, even if there is a lot of competition in your sphere.
  • Start treating the work you're already doing like a business, so it'll pay you like a business.

Just want to let you know I am full of gratitude towards you all day! You made my business grow financially 5 times faster than I could on my own. Within three months with you I already achieved the goal of the whole year's income. Once I started with even just one place/shop/organization I felt a connection with the opportunities from there start to flow. Then I don't need to push and strive very hard anymore, all I need to do is deliver well. Coming from a place of abundance and gratitude, I make connections and integrate it into my life and I don't need to plan and strive anymore.

Helen Plehn

Hi, I'm Jessica Craddock and my clients regularly make 3x more in art sales within a year.

Five years ago, The Artist Market Co. had only made me $134 after two years of working my butt off.

I was a hard worker. I learned from experts left and right. I had a decent sized audience.

I didn’t know the problem then, but hindsight is 20/20. Luckily, I didn't give up and eventually figured out what I was doing wrong.

Now, I see artists doing the same thing I was, and I need to break that cycle of feeling like crap and using pure willpower to hang on to hope.

Until you get to the point where you can bring in the money you need on the regular, your actions should be based on making sales today.

If you want to bring in a regular income as an artist so you can focus on creating rather than stressing about making sales, Money Now is the solution for you.

Who is this program right for?

  1. Emerging artists feeling overwhelmed: Artists at the beginning of their careers who feel overwhelmed by the business side of art. You may have talent and passion but struggle with marketing, sales, and building an audience. You're looking for clear, actionable steps to start selling your art and making a living from it.
  2. Artists with full plates: Creatives who are juggling multiple responsibilities, such as a part-time job, family obligations, or other commitments. You need efficient, effective strategies that fit into your busy life, enabling you to sell your art without adding more stress.
  3. Artists struggling to convert lookers to buyers: Talented individuals who receive positive feedback on their work but can't seem to convert admirers into buyers. You're seeking insights into what you might be doing wrong and how to effectively market your art to start making regular sales.
  4. Artists seeking to build a dedicated audience: Those who understand the importance of having a supportive, engaged audience but don't know where to start. You're looking for guidance on starting to build your community of fans and buyers who genuinely connect with your work.
  5. Artists lacking confidence in their business skills: Creatives who doubt their ability to handle the business aspects of their art career. You may be unsure about pricing, marketing, or even the quality of their work when it comes to if people will want to buy it. You need not only practical business strategies, but also a boost in confidence and a supportive community to help you grow.

I was either running on a really fast treadmill trying to keep up, or doing nothing. I wanted to grow... but I didn’t know how. I knew it could take me years to figure it out on my own, making lots of mistakes, or I could go to somebody who “got it”. Jessica helped me move though a TON of mindset blocks and gave me stepping stones that helped me figure out how to get my art into business mode. I launched my first collection, grew my email list, and even got comfortable with video!

Tricia Caracappa

Overwhelmed at building your art business? Nah.

Let's take clarity and simplicity back. In four workshops, you'll be ready to sell.


Step one: Know Your Numbers and Evaluate Your Money Health

This first workshop will dive into your finances, because let's face it, when money stress hits, we're all about the panic and not so much about the facts. It's time to face those numbers, scary as they may seem, because knowing exactly where you stand can actually be a huge relief. After watching this recorded workshop, you'll be able to make some smart decisions about your art, handle your business with a cool head, and move forward with more zen.

Step two: Decide what you're selling

The second workshop will teach you how to merge the work you love and the work you think people will buy into something you're excited to make that people want from you.

You'll also learn to price it appropriately and tie in the almost-there-but-still-elusive "why" behind your art so everything can fall together.


Step three: Start selling!

PEOPLE are at the core of growing your business. In workshop three, you'll learn who your audience is, where to find them, and how to connect with them authentically so they trust you and believe in your art. Best of all, you'll have a set of instructions that to follow that feels manageable, rather than having to think it up all the time.

In workshop four, you'll learn how to create compelling content that helps you create sell through informing, connecting and helping - rather than feeling "salesy". 

It's because of your accountability and your support. What you do is hold space for growth. I feel like an elastic band that stretches a bit, gets scared and shrinks back a bit, then stretches some more. but you're (I'm so thankful for this) patient and understanding with those elastic band moments and you hold space.

Grace Lane Smith

Feel the haze clearing with your Pocket Mentor.

The Pocket Mentor builds on the workshops with custom instructions, hashed out by priority, so you know you're spending your time and energy wisely (from someone whose knowledge you trust). 

All you have to do is follow the steps, one at a time.

You've never seen anything like this.

Grow a following of dedicated fans and buyers (step-by-step)

You'll have "what to do next" and specific examples for how to engage each potential buyer to create strong connections at your fingertips. You don't need thousands of followers to make a monthly income, just the right ones. And I'll teach you how to find them, too.

Build confidence in your ability to create sales

Recording your art sales isn't just about keeping tabs on your income; it's a powerful tool for building confidence in your art business. Each sale recorded serves as tangible proof of your art's value and your capability as an artist to attract buyers. Over time, this habit transforms your perspective, turning the daunting task of selling art into a manageable and rewarding part of your creative journey.

Clear cut ideas for effective sales copy (that you'll recycle!)

Feel like it's so hard to come up with content? *I've got you!* You'll get compelling, clear cut ideas for social media posts, social stories and emails focused on selling AND know exactly how to reuse it in a fresh way. Templates, caption starters, and CTA's to take the guess work out included!

I remember speaking to you at the end of October, saying I would like to earn $1500/mo. In six weeks with you, I've already made $5,500! All this to say, thank you and in deep gratitude to be here.

Gaya Shantram

Extra goodies to help you take your art seriously. 

Bonus: 'Shifting Your Beliefs Around Bothering People with Your Art' Workshop Recording ($97 value)

The class focuses on overcoming the common mental barriers you face when promoting your art, such as the fear of rejection, the belief that your art may not be valued by others, and the fear of being too pushy. You'll learn a practical exercise to challenge these beliefs as they come up so you can build the confidence to regularly promote your work.

Bonus: 'Build Trust in Your Art Making Practice' with Jess Currier Workshop Recording ($97 value)

In this workshop, Jess Currier talks about the invaluable building blocks of building a sustainable studio practice through habit building and identity formation, so you can show up to the studio more often and more authentically, creating trust in your ability and your practice.

BONUS: 'Plan Your Year' Workshop Recording  ($250 value)

Once you get into the groove of regularly selling with this program, you may want to expand! Things like building out a Pinterest strategy, applying for art festivals, or finding Interior Designers are all great projects to tackle once you've learned how to bring in money and created the habits. You'll be able to take all your inspired ideas, map them out to fit the amount of time you have, and predict how they'll increase your income from this incredible workshop.

Scatter-gun approach to building your art business? No more.

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This is the biggest sale ever by far and I told myself to enjoy but also to get used to this being normal!

Daisy-Anne Dickson

Priced to cost you way less than you'll make

$

97

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  • 4 recorded workshops that will have you feeling ready to really sell your art, confident how to do it in the fastest way, no matter how settled you are now.
  • 30 day access to The Pocket Mentor, guiding you easily through the action steps to turn fans into buyers faster than ever before
  • Optional - Continued access to The Pocket Mentor for $97/mo.
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