Jul 29, 2015
After 7 years of building the premier website to teach artists about how the art licensing industry works, Tara Reed sells Art Licensing Info to ideaologie, LLC.
Mar 21, 2011
Artist Tara Reed expects her 7th year exhibiting at the SURTEX art licensing show to be one of the best ever. The show, to be held May 15-17, 2011 in New York City, represents the pinnacle marketing event for Tara Reed Designs, Inc. each year.
Oct 06, 2010
Technique Tuesday, manufacturers of quality clear stamps and Tara Reed Designs have partnered to create a line of stamps featuring the art of Tara Reed. The first two Halloween themed sets are available now at retail stores and online.
Aug 05, 2010
The green living theme continues to permeate the retail marketplace and the "Green Inspirations" calendar by artist Tara Reed, manufactured and distributed by Trends International, is sure to be a hit with consumers for 2011.
May 25, 2010
After exhibiting at the SURTEX art and design show for the sixth year in a row, artist Tara Reed is optimistic that economic recovery is in the works. Retail sales picking up is great news for artists who create art for products.
Apr 01, 2010
2010 marks the sixth year Tara Reed Designs has exhibited at SURTEX and each year has been better than the last. Tara Reed Designs will be showing new art for licensing in booth #613 of the SURTEX show.
Mar 24, 2010
Businesses are being told they must be on Twitter but many don't understand how it works or how it could benefit their business. Entrepreneur and Twitter user Tara Reed gives insights to businesses trying to make heads or tails of Twitter.
Jan 25, 2010
Four of the top 10 sellers at this year’s Gift Show in Atlanta featured the art of Tara Reed Designs.
Dec 09, 2009
Debuting at the Atlanta Gift Show in January, 2010, Tara Reed’s “Ride the Range” western silhouette artwork and "Fashion Forward" high heels and humor will be available on new kitchen under license to Kay Dee Designs, Inc..
Dec 09, 2009
Memory Mixer Software, designed for organizing and saving digital photos and memories, is easy enough for the most novice computer user and flexible enough for what Reed describes as “the person with control issues”.