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Paul Dorrell discusses his book ‘Living the Artist’s Life’: April 23 – 7PM

Paul Dorrell will discuss his book, Living the Artist’s Life: Updated & Revised, and conduct an abbreviated version of his career workshop, which will be accompanied by a handout. A booksigning follows the presentation April 23 in Pasadena. Dorell founded Leopold Gallery in 1991. His clients include Warner Brothers, Steven Spielberg, the Kansas City Chiefs, H&R Block, the Mayo Clinic, and over 1000 private collectorsSome of the topics covered in the book:
How to structure a successful career, regardless of one’s goals, medium or style
How to cope with the emotional challenges that result from years of working in obscurity
The current recession, how Paul’s gallery survived it, and what he learned as a consequence
How to approach galleries, write contracts, and work with private collectors and corporations
Paul’s experiences in working with major corporations, ¬both the good and the bad
How political/corporate corruption helped create the recession, and how that is affecting artists
How to successfully utilize the Internet, social network and related issues
“The success of the Book hasn’t dimmed Dorrell’s drive to help undiscovered artists get the recognition he feels they deserve. It’s also heavy on pragmatic advice from pricing and promoting one’s work to gaining acceptance by galleries.” The Associated Press
“Dorrell’s book offers a frank and inspiring look at all aspects of the Artist’s Life, from the creative and emotional challenges to the nuts-and-bolts of the art business.” Hartford Courant
Tuesday, April 23, 2013 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Armory Center for the Arts, Community Room 145 N. Raymond Ave., Pasadena, CA 91103

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