"City Hall Reflections"
10" x 8" oil
All artists have older art laying around. And just because it's older doesn't mean it isn't good. In fact, sometimes it is really good art.
I think we should look at art just like we do wine. It gets better with age. As much as we would like to think every painting we paint is better than the last one, it's just not true. So stop thinking that your all of your older art isn't good. It's great. My guess is you have quite a few gems laying around. So go find them and put them in a prominent location in your studio.
So what should we do with older art?
It's simple. Promote and market it just as hard as you promote your new art. Don't discriminate against your older paintings. Make sure they are on the top of your marketing list.
The painting pictured above is one I painted four years ago. It's one of my favorites!
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