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Handling Difficult Gallery Meetings

Eric Maisel

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September 14th, 2012 - 02:31 PM

Handling Difficult Gallery Meetings

You have an important gallery show coming in a few months but youíve fallen behind on your painting. Next week youíre supposed to meet with the gallery owner and you really donít want to tell him how behind you are. What should you do?

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CASTELLANA GROTTE, Ba

that's what you write. The artist today must and is first of all a professional, and if he wants to be treated, he must, first of all, give professionalism in the work he does in his being. The key to everything, in my humble opinion, is in the humility and simplicity of being myself always and in any case.

Kathryn Donatelli

5 Years Ago

Los Angeles, CA

Eric, Love your advice. It's right on. Thanks for taking the time to write this column. The most important part for me was the very first thing you said about getting to work. Creative Inertia seems to be an illness in my life. Deadlines are the only thing sometimes that get me moving on my art work. I'm striving to change that and create a structure for my day that I follow above all distractions. How can I find more of what you have written? Thanks, Kathryn Donatelli