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Ivy Hartman: This is Ivy Hartman for opportunities for Women Entrepreneurs. Diane Hansen with decorative…
Diane Hansen: Interiors.
Ivy Hartman: Decorative Painting Interiors.
Diane Hansen: Yeah!
Ivy Hartman: We don’t want to forget the Painting because that’s the key component in your business.
Diane Hansen: Well definitely.
Ivy Hartman: Diane, will talk about that.
Diane Hansen: Well, I'm a Dark Decorative Artist and I'm trends in money. World water colors acrylic most of acrylics on the walls. I have to do Venison plasters and luster stones, murals. Pretty much anything on your wall or office. In your office or your home can be. Anything you can dream, I can pre match do it for you.
Ivy Hartman: You got to start though in a graphic arts business.
Diane Hansen: Correct!
Ivy Hartman: And so you did that for then years almost for at for a decade.
Diane Hansen: Right, Right!
Ivy Hartman: And now you’re here in…had you never done the scope to this instead of doing that?
Diane Hansen: Well I want to colors. I studied fine arts and I did graphic designs because I can only be the staffing artists just to this typical and I work as you said this in graphic design and started this doing with friends and family. They kind to build up and landing like another and equip my job. This has become my main focus and I've just love it.
Ivy Hartman: What does it take to be successful in a business like Decorative Painting Industry?
Diane Hansen: Continue log cation and I go to seminars all over the country, classes, keep updated on what’s new on products, the new involved cushions. I mean everything from color that I'm using. You can look at the blur job it also relates to Interior Design and to your Painting so.
Ivy Hartman: So where do you travel all over the country then for your clients as well or just list the paints on the very much on here?
Diane Hansen: Most like clients are here and say we’ll expect. I do travel and people have seen me in that I will travel.
Ivy Hartman: Talk on how technology helps your business now. I mean with the internet. I means since your going nationally in things…
Diane Hansen: Well, that’s part of it. Do you can see my work out n the internet? Its decorative painting at … I'm sorry… Decorative Painting Interiors at Centurieshell.net.com and you can see everything out there. I just got to love this profile about me and save this on my work.
Ivy Hartman: Wow, that’s kind to keep because you have to be. That’s a very visual business you’d really see…
Diane Hansen: Yeah! Looks definitely as the visual help because you can just kite all you want to the people that have an image in their mind and that really says what you can do it in your side and you can do one hours can do many different styles so if you like the style, you know you can still be okay. I can do that style and I can do that exactly like for copy write reasons but I can do something in the same style.
Ivy Hartman: Interesting! So what to be taxingly from the vision of internet events?
Diane Hansen: I'm probably starting a blog on web site and because I didn’t realize that, that was so important in the search engines and somehow I’ll be starting that next week.
Ivy Hartman: Good and keep you on the cutting edge of the technology that is running a business and just the cutting edges of arts.
Diane Hansen: Right, right.
Ivy Hartman: Good! So shall we starting a blog? Give us your web site one more time!
Diane Hansen: DecorativePaintingInteriors.com
Ivy Hartman: DecorativePaintingInteriors.com and it’s a bad symbol.
Diane Hansen: Yeah. So you say…
Ivy Hartman: DecorativePaintingInteriors.com.
Diane thanks for being with us!
Diane Hansen: Thank you.
Ivy Hartman: As we continue our coverage with Entrepreneurs here at Vision Dimension in Saint Louis.