Today”s post is about “Veterinarian Supplies and in particular Office Art” . A post
about thinking outside the box for both business owners who run veterinarian clinics,
pet stores, pet care facilities, pet adoption facilities and of course artists.
If you follow my website or my blog you know that I paint custom portraits of children
and pets. Most of my clients find me on-line or come from friends and past clients who
refer them to me. However, I also seek other locations to display my art at. I
painted “Puppy Love” a portrait of a little girl with her Weimaraner puppy as a sample
piece to show what a monochromatic portrait could look like.
But I also asked myself who else could use a painting such as this? What would be the
value, other than having a decorative piece of art on the wall to display a child
holding a toothless puppy? Well I thought Kids and Pets make us smile and this painting
in particular shows a child that is just smitten with this little puppy. Her beaming
smile says it all. Now if this puppy would be sick, the response would not have been the
same, so indirectly a positive message is conveyed to anyone who happens to look at this
painting. Displayed in a veterinarian office, pet care facility or even pet store
subconsciously clients receive the message that a well cared for puppy makes for happy
The same is true for pet adoption centers. Displaying a large canvas print of a positive
image such as this tells visitors that having their own pet makes family members happy
and that adoption helps less fortunate animals to find caring homes.
I am always very saddened when I see that some offices display cheap prints made in China,
rather than giving business to their local artists. I also learned that it is up to us
artists to knock at the doors of our local businesses and introduce them to the work we do.
When it comes to marketing your artwork, you have to hit the streets because unless you
tell others how your work can benefit their business, no one will ever know.
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