Bob Ragland NonStarving Artist

by AnneEMcGraw on November 22, 2010, one comment

I met Bob a while back because of a random post on the internet.  I followed to his website and it was then I discovered he lived just a few blocks away from me.  Such a small world!   I emailed and met up with him to discuss art and art marketing.  He is a great motivator and has such a positive message for selling art.

We should all eliminate the term ‘starving artist’ from our vocabulary.  There are many artists making a living in art who are not starving.

One of my favorite quotes from Bob, “Exposure is what people die of when they get lost in the woods. Artists need to get paid.”

You can read more quotes here.

And just recently Bob did a video showing off his shoebox paintings and talking a bit about making a living in the art world in Denver.

The “Non-Starving Artist Program” of Denver’s Bob Ragland

You can browse Bob Ragland’s wesbite and works here. (music upon entering site)

Bob’s sculptures are also at the Kirkland Museum here in Denver.

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One thought on “Bob Ragland NonStarving Artist

  1. Hi Anne,
    I just saw this data on July 25, 2011.
    Thanks for the mention.
    I hope you are coping with the economy.
    Do you know about the Parkhikll Street Fair? September 2011.
    You can find it on the web.

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