Artist Sara B. Worner Gives Tips On Going Pro

Business Innovators interviewed Sara B. Worner who is an up and coming artist making waves in the Fargo ND Arts and Entertainment culture.

Business Innovators: Welcome to Business Innovators. Today I have with me Sara B. Worner. She is a up-and-coming artistic star in the Fargo-Moorhead area. Now, if you could just tell us just a little bit about yourself, and how you started doing canvas painting.

Sara:  Sure. I’d love to. I guess I’ve been painting my whole life. I always liked to keep my hands busy. I was doing accounting up until this point. I started my business about a year and a half ago. Like I said, I was doing accounting before that, and I just realized I wasn’t happy with what I was doing. I was going to work, and just dragging through every day and not enjoying it. I enjoyed painting so much I figured why not try to make a business out of it? Here I am now and I’m still going, and it’s going really well.

Business Innovators:  That’s always inspiring to hear because there’s a lot of people that are not doing what they’re passionate about, they’re not living their dream. They’re just living paycheck-to-paycheck. They’re just not enjoying life at all. Now, with that said, a lot of newbie artists think that they need to have the right connections and know the right people to get their works out in the public domain, to get it in front of the right pair of eyes. What are your thoughts on this perception?

Patrick Hurinenko

Patrick Hurinenko is a contributing writer for Business Innovators Magazine, Small Business Trendsetters, CNN iReport and a freelance publisher.