Art Licensing

Prayer Posies – Rocky Mountian College of Art & Design Art Show

For media inquiries contact: Cherish Flieder Reception with a Colorado children’s book artist team Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design’s Alumni art exhibit features painted illustrations with hand embroidery by husband and wife art team Benjamin Hummel and Cherish Flieder. The show, which runs through March 5, marks the first time the Rocky Mountain…

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Crafting a Creative Christmas: Designer Blog Hop

Hop on to a new blog each day for some creative Christmas concepts. Learn something new about each participating artist and with each designer link  get a chance to win “something to cherish.” Be sure to check back here on Nov. 19th for a fun little Christmas craft project from yours truly. Terri Conrad Designs…

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Husband & Wife Children’s Books Illustrating Team

My husband, Benjamin Hummel and I were honored to be the first illustrator team to be interviewed by Shari Lyle-Soffe for her “Out of My Mind” About Books for Children blog. Find out: what made us start doing this in the first place how we work as a team to create illustrations for children’s books…

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Art of Licensing Meet-Up Tools

With only a few days and weeks left before the big, summer licensing shows begins, I invite you to participate in the Art of Licensing LinkedIn group “meet-up.” Those of you who have been following the discussions on the Art Of Licensing LinkedIn group board can sense how difficult or even impossible to schedule a…

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Art of Licensing Education Opportunities

So, you have heard about art licensing. What is it? How are you going to find out? Let me introduce you to someone who knows licensing inside and out, especially when it comes to licensed characters.

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Art Licensing Community on LinkedIn

For media inquiries contact: Cherish Flieder Art Licensing Community on LinkedIn PDF RELEASE The Art of Licensing group on LinkedIn is a professional forum for members of the art licensing community come together and network. The group was founded in July 2008 by designer and art licensor Cherish Flieder (www.SomethingToCherish.com) as a way to bring…

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Paul Brent – Free Art Licensing Call

Listen & Learn to license your art with Paul Brent Do you know Paul Brent? He is an ever popular coastal artist that has his artwork licensed on just about anything you can imagine, even movies like the “The Truman Show” starring Jim Carey. I could go on and on, but I would rather you…

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Lovey Dovey

lovey dovey final painting by cherish-flieder

Something to Cherish Watercolor & Embroidery for Art Licensing See more at: www.SomethingToCherish.com

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5 Reasons I Love Art Licensing

With Valentines’ day coming up and love in the air, I thought I would take some inspiration from my art licensing friend and mentor Tara Reed and write about why I love art licensing. So here we go. . .

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The Designer’s Survival Kit

A special gift for all of the designers, illustrators and artists out there. Print this handy poster so you know what to put in your adventure pack as you work out the courage to follow your artistic art licensing dreams. Courtesy of the very talented illustrator and my good friend, Roberta Collier-Morales.

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How to Find, Interact and Work with Manufacturers who License Art

Tara Reed has a new e-book hot off the press that is a must read for any one serious about licensing their art to manufacturers. “How to Find, Interact and Work with Manufacturers who License Art” These 75 pages of informational bliss had my idea cogs turning, challenging the way I approach and sell art…

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Get “LinkedIn” to “The Art of Licensing” Group

You are invited to join . . . the NEW LinkedIn Networking Group “The Art of Licensing” A LinkedIn networking group dedicated to Artists, Illustrators, Designers, Product Manufacturers, and Licensing Agents in the ART LICENSING industry. Network, exchange helpful ideas, links & resources, report on trade shows, trends, share info on marketing, copyrighting & licensing…

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Orphan Works Discussion

Megan discusses the Orphan Works bill with Brenda and Joanne, July 2008 from: www.whencreativityknocks.com LEARN MORE & TAKE ACTION AGAINST THIS BILL: www.owoh.org

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TRENDS AND HOW IT AFFECTS YOUR WORK

It’s amazing how many submissions are sent to publishers and manufacturers by artists who have given no thought whatsoever to the content of the work and the needs of the company receiving it. Read On…

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Total Art Licensing Summer/Fall 2008

For media inquiries contact: Cherish Flieder 720-298-9069 PO Box 49 Golden, CO 80402 Press@SomethingToCherish.com www.SomethingToCherish.com Just released! You can find Something to Cherish™ highlighted on page 100 of Total Art Licensing Summer/Fall 2008 issue. Click here to enjoy the whole magazine. Total Art Licensing is published in May and January and has a readership made…

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How Licensing Works. Don’t Let Congress Orphan Your Work

Here’s a letter from Joanne Fink that explains how licensing works and why the OW bills will be detrimental to artists that license their work. It’s like licensing 101 for congress … My name is Joanne Fink, and I am the President of Lakeside Design, a Central Florida design studio which specializes in developing products…

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