Everything you say so completely resonates with me and my life experience. Thank you over and over. I have 2 recent new galleries, 2 new collectors. It’s all organic. They are all relationship based. It’s been so affirming hearing what I’ve had to learn alone. There’s even someone who’s doing a documentary on me. Tanya Ragir

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I am continuing to enjoy your fabulous webinars! Thank you for hosting these fascinatingly, talented professionals/friends and for your endless generosity of knowledge and spirit! You have added a wonderful dimension to my life! With utmost gratitude, Diane Tang
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I just wanted to thank you for the engaging experience you brought to me through your course. The line-up of experts in the many art related fields was packed with information and experience sharing I could not have encountered on my own. You truly have a unique way of helping artists create relationships by sharing all the people you have come to know through your own incredible experience in the art world. I totally enjoyed the course and will miss it on Monday nights. Linda Arreola
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Being part of Klein Artist Works is a gift that keeps on giving.  It has been about thirteen months since I was in that first group.  Since then I have accomplished so much!  I have participated in 4 gallery group exhibitions.  I have renegotiated my position in two of my galleries, and added a third gallery to my representation list.   I have expanded my sales into Mexico and Germany.  I have been selling consistently, regardless of the economy, and I have raised my prices!!  Last week alone, I made $22,000. and this week is already looking pretty amazing!   René Romero Schuler

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“Success is a choice…and is defined by each person”….and Paul Klein’s workshop helped me clarify for myself what that looks like. I can’t really explain it, but there was a turning point for me during the workshop…I finally got “it”. I have never felt so clear, EXCITED and motivated….the course is a wealth of resources…i like… Connie Noyes

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Paul Klein’s course is totally kick-ass. The combination of practical information and real-life contacts addresses every aspect of creating a successful art career and empowers artists by taking the mystery out of the art world. Michelle Kalman

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I was at the Museum of Contemporary Art on Friday and went for lunch at the restaurant. The Chief Curator, Michael Darling was there and I went over to shake hands and say hi. It’s now seeming like the “new normal” having these kind of extended relationships in the big bad art world – pretty cool.   Doug Frohman

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Inspired by our class, I decided I should “show up” at the openings of a few of the galleries I’m truly interested in. At the very first opening I ended up chitttchatting with a Swiss woman who turned out to be a curator – she was currently involved in organizing an event with the New Museum dealing with New York City and all kinds of NY related issues, and somehow she seemed to be familiar with my work. We exchanged cards, and a few days later I sent her a note saying how great it was that we had met, and included the links to two of my projects which I thought would relate to what she was organizing. The next day I received her reply, telling me that although the application deadline had long passed, her team really loved my GREENHOUSE project,  and wanted to include me. Here we go – excited!    Anne-Katrin Spiess

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To anyone considering taking Paul klein’s Artist Works class – do it! It could be the single most important thing that I’ve done for my art – it IS kick-ass.   Steve Walker

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I was in the first Klein Artist Works seminar Sept.-Dec. 2010. Looking back on my experience, I found it provocative and challenging. It definitely made me think more about my practice – both the work itself & what it means being a professional artist today. The resources we engaged; curators, collectors, gallery directors & artists provided in-depth, real world perspectives on what it takes to distinguish yourself & your work in the big, bad art world – a good value and a good time.   Doug Frohman

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It is hard to explain what was so important about the course to me, because informationally, much of the stuff is available online, in books, etc. But there is something that you get from actual contact with people that is irreplaceable. It is like the difference between seeing The Sound of Music movie, and actually hiking in the Alps. Information is often not functional if it remains at the intellectual level. You gotta feel it, and the course helped me do that. And there are things that nobody thinks to say, basic assumptions, moods, orientations, that are tremendously important, and you just gotta be there to observe this yourself. The sheer volume of stuff I learned and saw in 3 months was more than I can put into practice all at once. I hope I can hang onto it long enough to digest it.    Jess Beyler

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Paul Klein’s comprehensive course addresses the gritty business of art. Brushing aside mythology, he exposes his students to various aspects of the art world, from career artists to collectors, to a behind-the-scene view of galleries. Klein empowers artists and guides them through parlaying newly acquired insights and knowledge into personal strategies for success.   Victoria Szilagyi

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Paul Klein’s Artist Works course is a rare glimpse, behind the scenes, at the gears that power the ‘Art Machine.’ This class lifts the shroud of mystery on how the art world works and gives you insight from a variety of different perspectives, which helps you formulate the direction you want to go with youir work. Paul’s wealth of knowledge and years of experience cut to the core of how to better yourself in the arts.   Jason Brammer

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Wow, Paul, thank you! Life is worth living again, and I’m SO EXCITED! This is exactly what I need, and I am so grateful to you, you will never know. You are the best.   Peggy Wolff

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For the first time, in a long time, I have the energy and determination to make more challenging work. It feels great, carving out studio time to make work that is what I have been truly desiring to make. I am getting upset and frustrated, battling the work, it is a remarkably welcome uncomfortable feeling. I want to say thanks for giving my work a shot in the arm.   Teresa Getty

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Hey Paul, How do you manage to create such creative, magic conversations? Great (fabulous!) conversations all around tonight. Yes! Tonight’s webinar, alone, was worth the price of admission. Really. No B.S. You’ve got the knack, guy. Continued success, Sincerely, Bob (Fields)

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Just wanted to let you know that I’m getting work from your webinar! From the questions and things I’ve seen in the past year there are many who could use your school. I thought it was a great idea and now I’m convinced. You are empowering people too, from their feedback to me, so – BRAVO!   Lauren Levato, expert webinar presenter

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At the beginning of this course you asked us to show work we were really proud of. Well, I think this is the first time in 10 years that I am finally really proud of something, or at least reall excited with. Thanks for the kick in the ass.   Andrew Rigsby