Hi Guys! These are five tips I've compiled to help you get started with selling art online. I've been selling art online for 3 years and these have really helped me so I wanted to share them.
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Thankyou! I've just started out getting back into being creative again. I studied design at Uni but didn't take it up as a career. So recently decided to paint pictures but was unsure about how to sell. Love your Videos showing how to venture out ect. You've given me a boost and some inspiration . If your interested - A small selection of work I've done in the past are on Deviant art.
(It's more photography but some of my pictures are in the end of the gallery)
I like the thing and you're pretty to whoever you are I like your videos and I also want to say that are you like it's pretty it's really really really nice and I wish I was you because you're pretty and I love your hair it's pink my favorite color and it really matches you
Hi Katie, you tips are very nice for the beginner like me. I have started painting with acrylic paint. I have done pencil drawing so far. Now on I would like to work on acrylic paint and master it even if I have little time to do it.
Great info!!! I tried selling my paintings back in 2006 ... I used one of the websites that I put together myself -using their website program...and I think I was spending $10 a month on it to website that let me design it. I really didn’t know how to get it out there then and they didn’t have and Etsy then as far as I know. I tried to look up a few of your links like your blog and website and I’m having problems maybe because I’m in the US? I really appreciate the info I remember asking questions back then and no one wanted to help. Things like buying canvases at a discount... I was buying the canvases at art stores probably spending too much... boxing the item to send out how to send it out etc. It was difficult I kept the website for maybe four years and gave up. You have encouraged me to use my creativity again and try it once more. My job does not allow me to be creative and this will increase my happiness thoroughly. I’ve been depressed and have the urge to paint again. I appreciate your videos.♥️♥️♥️ Thank you!!!
Thank you so much for this! I am planning on selling some of my art work, and I am working on a website as well as an Instagram to show people my art, before selling, seeing how people would enjoy my work💞💓💓💙💙💚💛🧡❤️💜💜❤️🧡💚💚
My problem is that I don't have a specific style. I love doing watercolor but I also do oil paint . I love testing new things so all my paintings put together is a bit chaotic, there is no distinct style ... I'm sill looking for what I love the most, it's hard to choose ... but I guess you are right, if you want to sell your work must be a bit coherent ! Thanks for the tips :)
ps: I love your hair, it's beautiful
There are a lot of 'artholes' out there thinking that because you're an artist you should be selling for as low as possible. People who buy art always assume artists don't work hard for what they create. Sticking to a price is how an artist becomes successful financially. Galleries take advantage of artists especially newcomers. The one (trick) to becoming successful is to sell your art to someone with a presence such as a celeb or a notable online or TV personality, even so far as to gift. When people know that such and such owns a piece of your art, it will cause your name to grow.
The online art market is ruined. Botched up by lies and unwell people who removed one piece from my art collection all because it had a black child with robot. This is proof we are being ruined by stupid folk who misused those art markets we use to mislead selling.
Thanks so much. I know there are sites like Etsy or your own easy e-commerce sites. And I know there are online services that will make and ship prints of your work. But is there a site or service that combines all of that so that I'm not ordering prints or shipping them, but it handles all the way from purchase to fulfillment without me? Thanks :)
Shutterstock is by no means the best microstock agency in the whole world; it gives the best customer service to their clients and also treats their contributors fairly well. Every newbie contributor should do everything they can to get into their program, and those who haven't joined are definitely missing out a great deal. Everyone wants to join Shutterstock, and they on the other hand reject everyone, there are simply too many submissions a day, I hear that there are millions of images uploaded to their website in a single day, no wonder why they are so strict? Other microstock agencies have some requirements too, but are not as strict as Shutterstock is, simply because they are the best. Here is a full article I have composed about my experience with Shutterstock as a contributor. Read…
Even though I get lots of rejections at Shutterstock every time I submit images, I still continue to do so. When you have done the best you can for your images yet still get rejected by the best microstock agency, you have no choice but simply to comply with their demands. There isn't a better alternative. Is there? There isn't much of a choice anyway.
Hello Katie, I really admire your art and your shows. As an artist who is trying to start selling how much sould you ask for your piece's? I know they vary but what would be a good base to start . Thank you so much your awesome!!!!
Hello! I'm so glad to see that there are so many people who appreciate art and give us a chance to do what we love...Unfortunately in my country(Bulgaria) it is not that way, i would really love if you see my paintincs on my instagram- silvia.s.art or on https://www.etsy.com/shop/SilviaStefanovaArt?ref=l2-shopheader-name. Thank you! :)
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