Cameron Schmitz

Part 2: Cameron Schmitz on Pricing Artwork, Studio Time and Collectors

Cameron Schmitz in her studio.
Cameron Schmitz in her studio.

Part 2 of an interview with Cameron Schmitz.
If you haven’t had a chance to listen to part one, you may want to go back so that it all makes sense.

In this episode, we talk about the biggest mistake artists make in pricing artwork, we talk about some of the misconceptions artists have about collectors, and dig into what drives people to collect art.

Cameron also shares how she balances her studio, her toddler, her teaching schedule and how it has impacted her creativity. With everything she has going on, Im wondering if she secretly wears a cape to manage all that she has going on.

As you may remember, Cameron is a painter originally from Greenwich, Connecticut. She has a studio in Massachusetts where she lives with her husband and daughter, she actively exhibits her work across the country, she teaches painting at The River Gallery School in Vermont and she is the gallery curator at the Drawing Room Art Gallery in Cos Cob Connecticut.

Thanks again to Dean Fisher for the introduction.


Connect with Cameron:
Cameron’s page on Facebook
The Drawing Room

Other Artists Mentioned:
Christopher Gallego
Claire Sherman
Stuart Shils
Jenny Saville

Cameron’s Paintings

Spring Dance
Spring Dance
Window Light
Window Light
Spring's Arrival
Spring’s Arrival
The Beauty She Finds
The Beauty She Finds
All the Places We Can Go
All the Places We Can Go

The Drawing Room Art Gallery



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