When we think of art, we tend to think of things like the Mona-Lisa or maybe Michelangelo’s David. Art is the result of creative minds, however, and this means that the artists tend to experiment with different materials to try and achieve the best effect they can. Pretty much anything has been used when artists try to create pieces of art and even whole animals have been used in some creations, although thankfully most materials are not nearly as macabre.
Some materials are harder to work with however, and those that are hard to work with tend to create a niche category that is limited to artists with certain skills. One such material is metal, which although very common in our everyday lives requires certain skills and tools to be able to create anything from it. One artist in London has developed quite a talent for creating pieces of art from different metals, and he has found a business ally that helps him to sell his work.
An Excellent Networker.
Metal artist Jason, who comes from the London area, has been creating sculptures and other pieces from metal for 7 years. While he was managing to just about make a living from his work, he always felt that he could be performing better if only he were able to network more effectively to let more people know of his creations. He then met London escort Jane one evening, and this helped him to really put his business on the map.
One of Jason’s problems was that he was so busy on his work that he didn’t have enough time to go out and meet other people to introduce them to his work. Jane, however, was in an industry where meeting people was a part of the job, so the two struck up an ideal partnership. This made for the ideal partnership as Jason could concentrate on his creations, while Jane could handle the networking side of things.
A Fruitful Relationship.
In her job as a London escort at PalaceVIP, Jane meets with regular clients and new clients all the time. This means that she has an existing client base that is continuing to expand, and it is a client base of mainly well-heeled business people that have an interest in art. If a client does buy a piece from Jason then Jane receives a commission from it, making it a relationship that is beneficial to both parties. In some senses it is almost a passive income for Jane as she would be meeting with her clients anyway, although there are some arrangements that need to be made should a client wish to view and purchase Jason’s work.
As a result of Jane’s excellent networking capabilities, Jason is making a name for himself in the industry and is hoping that he will soon be able to host his own exhibition. Either way, the relationship has so far proved to be a success and there is no reason to think why it will not continue that way.