Posts tagged society6
Announcing a New Nordstrom x CatCoq Partnership

I’m thrilled to announce my new collaboration with Nordstrom! As of May 2019, I’ve launched a CatCoq collection comprised of two of my best-selling art prints, Good Vibes and Stay Curious. For more than 100 years, Nordstrom has been a leading fashion retailer.

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Keep on Going and Growing – New Art Collaboration with Society6 and The Sill

I had the opportunity to work with Society6 and The Sill to create this piece for the new Power Mamas launch! 👊🏼 The collection celebrates eleven female founders for their leadership and creativity.

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Guest Interview on Ladies of Ludlow Podcast – Digital Nomad Lifestyle, Art Licensing, and Self-Employed Artist

My interview on the Ladies on Ludlow podcast is officially available! 🎙On the latest episode, I speak with host Madelaine about how I got started as a digital nomad artist and left my hometown of Kansas City for Chiang Mai, Thailand.

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2018 Year in Review

I kicked off 2018 in Chiang Mai, Thailand and am ending the year in the exact same place. Despite the consistent bookends, I spent the time in between racing around the world, growing my business, and living life to the absolute fullest.

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Society6 Art Quarterly No.3.4 – Storytellers Edition

Every artist has a story to tell. The latest edition of the Society6 Art Quarterly profiled twenty artists who shared their stories of struggle and triumph. It’s a fascinating peek into the minds of those who make Society6 such a vibrant community.

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CatCoq Furniture Line Now Available Through Society6

Introducing the latest product line to hit my shop: furniture! I’ve partnered up with Society6 to bring you my designs on credenzas, coffee tables, side tables, benches, bar stools and counter stools, which will add a bit of your personal vibe to every space. Adulting never looked so good.

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Create & Cultivate Desert Pop-Up with Society6

Hello, Palm Springs! Over the weekend, I had the opportunity to speak on a panel at the Create & Cultivate Desert Pop-Up. The event drew a massive crowd of women entrepreneurs, creatives, and aspiring self-starters who gathered to share ideas, network, and grow. It was empowering to hear so many other women's stories of success and forging their own career path.

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Develop Your Own Style of Art That Customers Will Gravitate Towards // CatCoq x Society6 Blog

A recognizable style of artwork reinforces your brand recognition, makes your portfolio memorable, and will keep your customers coming back for more. You can explore a variety of styles to identify and track best-sellers, then create more artwork in that vein to increase your top-selling pieces.

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All the Best Ways to Collect Email Addresses (So You Can Sell More Art)

There’s a reason your favorite websites hit you with pop-up windows to collect your email addresses. It’s because they work. Really, really well. I put together her top tips to collecting email addresses so you can start turning your fans into customers.

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Email Marketing 101: Here’s How To Create Promo Emails That Convert

Email campaigns are one of the most effective methods of marketing your business online. I put together a checklist of key tips to help you create a solid email campaign that will appeal to your audience, boost your artwork sales online, and grow your brand recognition.

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A Step-by-Step Guide to Art Licensing: Sell Your First Piece of Artwork Online

I've officially launched my newest online course! It’s packed with tips to help you make money selling your artwork online. Getting involved with art licensing is an excellent way to boost your passive income and my class is filled with tips to help you make your first sale online as well as boost your sales if you’re already established!

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The Top Ten Best Sites to Learn New Art Skills Reviewed by CatCoq for the Society6 Blog

Society6 asked me to put together a list of my top ten best resources for artists looking to grow their art skills. Check it out here. One key factor for succeeding as an artist is continuing to grow your creative skillset. My portfolio has evolved tremendously over the past few years. I’ve improved my painting techniques, learned time-saving shortcuts, established a solid aesthetic, and kept up with market trends. Utilizing the right resources was key in this journey.

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My Skillshare Debut / Creating Art that Sells: A Working Artist’s Guide

My first class is officially live! I teamed up with Society6 & Skillshare to create a course dedicated to teaching artists + designers tips to boosting their passive income through selling artwork. After months of prep work, shooting in NYC, and working through final edits from across the world, I'm so thrilled with how everything came together. My course is FREE & open to anyone who wants to learn!

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Digital Nomad Life: Chiang Mai, Thailand

Last summer, my apartment lease in Kansas City was about to expire and I had to make a decision: renew, find a new place around town, or store all my belongings in my brother's basement and move to Thailand. I chose the latter.

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How I Earn Passive Income as an Artist

I recently had the opportunity to partner up with Society6 and Skillshare to teach my own class. The topic: How artists can boost their passive income. The online class is packed with information for artists and designers looking to broaden their revenue streams. I thought it would be helpful to include a summary of the basics. Enjoy!

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Letter to My Younger Self

Society6 invited me to participate in their artist blog with a letter to my younger self. It gave me a chance to reflect on how my past and the events that led me to where I am now.

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