The Independent Artist Podcast

Understanding the Digital Marketplace/ Marjolyn Vanderhart

April 18, 2021 Season 1 Episode 2
The Independent Artist Podcast
Understanding the Digital Marketplace/ Marjolyn Vanderhart
Show Notes

Join co-hosts Douglas Sigwarth and Will Armstrong as they discuss topics that affect the lives and livelihood of art show artists.

In this episode, Douglas interviews Marjolyn Vanderhart as she explains what she has learned from selling her work through her website. Marjolyn has developed techniques using social media and digital data collection to build on the collector relationships initiated at in person events. She describes how growing up as the child of an art show artist laid the groundwork for her to grow through the various iterations of this industry. Marjolyn developed a digital course for artists who want to improve their success with selling their work online. Her course is available at

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