What people are saying about Barbara's book:

"This is the bible of art consulting.  Barbara doesn't miss a step in learning how to navigate the wonderful adventures of the corporate art world.  If I had," Becoming a Corporate Art Consultant, "23 years ago when I started my business, my life would have been much easier."
Cindy Frings, owner Studio 84 West, Inc.

"Barbara's book covers what it takes to be competitive in the corporate art arena from a real world perspective.  It is a fast read and a valuable tool."  
Jay Goltz, Art and Framing Entrepreneur, Business Editor of "Picture Framing Magazine," Author

"An easy to read practical handbook for all involved with the use of art in corporate settings.  By sharing three decades of experience, Barbara, helps readers focus on what is needed to be successful."  
Henry F Domke, MD,  Henry Domke Fine Art,  Nature Art for Healthcare

"Barbara's approach to becoming a corporate art consultant is clearly defined and easy to implement.  I've experienced great success by incorporating her basics of networking into my existing picture framing business and, as a result, have developed a whole new revenue stream!"  
Tracy L. Morse, Art and Framing Consultant, FAST FRAME - Expert Picture Framing

"Now Barbara has distilled down her years of experience and taken pen to paper in order to share them with a New Generation of Art Consultants.  This handbook is all you need!"  
Liz Jardine, owner of Liz Jardine Studio, Inc.

"A clear, informed, and enlightening work.  Barbara delivers a book with insight and passion.  She is the single greatest living expert on her topic, and no one has a deeper commitment to serving the Art Consultant industry.  Buy this book - NOW!"  
John Klymshyn, Author of: "How To Sell Without Being A Jerk!"

"Becoming a Corporate Art Consultant" answers all the questions for anyone wishing to start an art consulting business.  I highly recommend it for art consultants, art dealers, artists, picture framers, and anyone who can profit from what it takes to be a successful corporate art consultant."  
Barney Davey, author of "How to Profit from the Art Print Market" and the "Art Print Issues" blog

"This book is chock full of practical advice and keen insights, with lots of specific examples drawn from Barbara's real-life experience as a corporate art consultant.  She focuses on building relationships with artists as partners, and deals with the subject of money and contracts with great sensitivity.  We all need more transparency around the business of selling art!"

Toni Sikes Founder, The Guild




   Barbara Markoff
  • Corporate Art Consultant
  • Educator
  • Coach
  • Writer
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The Book
Topics include:
  • What is a corporate art consultant
  • Materials to begin
  • Networking
  • Finding leads and getting referrals
  • Setting appointments and making presentations
  • Writing proposals
  • Closing sales and maintaining business relationships
  • Framing and installations
  • Finding and working with artists
  • Working with interior designers
  • Testimonials and letters of recommendations
  • Typical Sales Scenarios
                                                  
"Becoming a Corporate Art Consultant, the Handbook for Corporate Art Consultation,"  is here as of May 2010.
Reserve your copy today.

A MUST have book for art consultants, gallery owners, picture framers, artists selling corporate art, and anyone wanting to learn how to enter the profession.


$29.95 plus tax and shipping, available online at amazon.com
Published by PFM Books, a division of PFM Seminars