I am thinking about becoming an art broker on the net and it seems
like a logical addition to add my jewelry as well as other peoples
creations. Have any of you had any experience with this? Is a
digital camera the way to go? Are artistis and craftsmen worried
about people ripping off their designs once they become public?
Any idea how the financial arrangements are made? (At always
comes down to money, doesn’t it!) Any comments or suggestions
would be helpful.
A digital camera is good fun - I’ve got one - but not much good
when it comes to taking pics of ‘art’ quality UNLESS you are
prepared to spend very large sums of money on one. (A friend of
mine who works for a company designing these cameras tells me that
they will be extremely good and fairly cheap within 2 years). I
would take slides and then have them scanned by a digital imaging
Personally, I don’t worry about people ripping me off: I welcome
it. It makes me move on to new ideas.
By the way, Scotland the Brave came to Centre college hear in
Danville, KY last night. The Queen’s Scots Guards and the Black
Watch were awesome! Made me proud of my Scots ancestry! Hurray to
all you Scots out there! The pipes are still ringing in my ears!
Sally email me at email@example.com >for any comments
Try getting a CD of the solo bagpipe music called Pibroch or
Piobareachd… much better than all the tubthumping militaristic
Black Watch stuff.