Interview: Happy Art and Inspiration With Artist Aleloop

Our guest today is illustrator/designer/animator Alejandra ‘Aleloop’ Leibovich. We talk about how she  went from successful commercial artist working with high level clients MTV, VH1, Cartoon Network, Nicktoons just to name a few, to kick-starting a fine art career and lining up and exhibiting in 20 galleries in only 8 months through a very strategic marking effort.

We discuss the power of self promotion and why artists get hung up on this very important aspect of their art business as well as many other valuable topics.

Discover how Aleloop moves her career quickly in the direction and to the level of success of her choosing.

  • Discovering your market
  • What are you selling
  • How to get your artist website noticed
  • Finding inspiration and creating with purpose
  • How to get your art found online
  • How to connect with your audience via your portfolio
  • Developing purposeful art
  • Investing in yourself – taking action to get the knowledge you need
  • Sharing your brownies (this alone will change your business, really!)
  • Self promotion the right way
  • Getting out of your own way – conquering limiting beliefs

Learn more or visit Alejandra Leibovich at

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10 Responses to Interview: Happy Art and Inspiration With Artist Aleloop

  1. Thank you Aleloop for being willing to share so much great information about your art and your business. And teaching us about sharing our brownies.

    If we have enough interest we’ll try and organize an SEO for artists workshop.

  2. This was such an interesting and fun interview! Thanks so much for making this available & a huge thanks to Aleloop for sharing this with us ^_^


  3. Glad you enjoyed it TJ. Was there anything specific that you got from the interview that you could implement right away in your business?

  4. Thanks for this great interview! Ale’s enthusiasm is inspiring, and she has left me with the belief that authenticity really does stand out. I have been fretting about starting a blog and/or newsletter for some time, mostly not knowing who I am talking to or what I have to say. This inspires me to just be myself and share what’s important in my life and business. I’ll find the people who are interested in that, or they’ll find me!

  5. Hi Alex,
    Excellent! Great to hear you’ve been inspired to take action on building your blog or newsletter. So, have you set a date for it yet? Set a date to make it real. It doesn’t have to be perfect. Just get it up and let us know when its live and post the addy here. We would love to check it out.

    Luv your Artopia Creative site, btw.

    Thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts with us. : )

  6. That could have gone on longer. I loved listening to Aleloop talk. She’s refreshing. (As are the two of you.) I’ve only ever thought about a newsletter but now I’m definitely going to do it. My set date for that is tonight! I could relate with her story about being shy showing my art process but I did start doing that on my blog awhile back and I started getting positive feedback on it. I also learned from this interview that it’s a good idea to keep your artwork on your phone! You never know who might want to see it immediately. I look forward to the SEO conversation. Thanks a million for Drawn By Success. I’m loving it!

  7. Andy, thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts and your plans. If there is anything we can do to support you, let us know.

    A couple of questions to help you along-
    Do you have and are you currently building an active mailing list of people who are interested in your work?

    Will you newsletter be email, physical or combo of both?

    Santosh, thanks for joining us here. I’m grateful you find the site helpful. Btw, you have an excellent resource of art related workshops on your site. Excellent work.

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