Workshops - The Art of Inventory

The Art of Inventory

Windsor Windsor Painting  Windsor

 "The Art of Inventory"  is a how to effectively catalog art inventory for artists and collectors. This lecture/workshop will cover:

  • Creating an effective inventory control system
  • Choosing the right inventory software
  • The inventory number and why you need it
  • Recording the work's provenance and why this is important
  • Tracking art work to shows, loans, and sales. 
  • Tracking the location of all of your work
  • Image control:  Photographing your work with today's tech or hiring a pro
  • Studio supply inventory
  • Expenses  
  • Income tracking
  • Estate Planning:  Make decisions about your work early.
  • And much, much more....
  • Special Discount with Artwork Archives inventory control system for all participants.
  • Lots of hands on and group work.  

As for supplies:  A laptop is recommended however  the participants should bring a writing pad, journal or ledger, ruler,  calculator for lots of notes.  I will be providing handouts to take home.  


Artist Bio

Duke Windsor


Duke Windsor was born in Texarkana, Texas and served in the U.S. Marine Corps as a radio operator, combat illustrator, and drill instructor.  After leaving the service, Windsor was a freelance illustrator and amateur rodeo cowboy, competing in bullriding, bareback and steer wrestling events.  He subsequently studied classical voice at San Diego State University and performed professionally with the San Diego Opera Chorus.  Windor holds the rank of 4th Degree Black Belt in Kemp martial arts, and he continues to be an active singer-songwriter, guitar player, and solo performer.

Windsor has over 15 years of museum exhibition design and installation experience; he has worked for the San Diego Museum of Art, the San Diego Museum of Man, the San Diego Natural History Museum, the San Diego History Center and Mingei International Museum.  Windsor served for seven years as founding Director of Exhibits at the USS Midway Museum. Currently, Windsor is CAD Design Engineering Manager at Full Swing Golf Simulators, headquartered in Carlsbad, California.

Windsor is an Associate Artist of the California Art Club, and a former board member with A.R.T.S., A Reason to Survive, which empowers troubled youth through the arts.  He is also former Education Chair of the San Diego Museum of Art Artist Guild.  Windsor has also served as a member of the Public Arts Selection Committee for the San Diego Regional Airport Authority Art Program.

Windsor’s award-winning paintings have been exhibited at juried solo shows, festivals, group exhibitions and corporate venues in San Diego, Southern California and throughout the U.S., and they are held in private collections throughout the U.S. and Europe. He has also produced portrait commissions and military historical works. Windsor works in various media including pastel, oil, acrylic, watercolor and block print, and his artistic scope ranges from plein air to abstract. 

Windsor has taught art at many venues including the San Diego Museum of Art and the Athenaeum, and he is a former instruction of drawing and painting at Art on 30th Street; he also offers a wide range of artist development workshops throughout San Diego County.

Windsor is represented in Southern California by Sparks Gallery, Gaslamp, San Diego, California.


Non Members Fee: $120.00 Members Fee: $100.00

This workshop takes place on:

Sunday, May 16th, 2021 - Sunday, May 16th, 2021
9:00 AM-3:30 PM Login and sign up