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Selling paintings

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Different Revenue Streams For Artists - There will be times when sales will be slow and other times when sales will be up. What do you do when nobody purchases your art for a couple of months? The easiest way to fix this problem is by creating multiple revenue streams. How Artists can earn more money. #art #crafts #sellingart #artbusiness #artmarketing

Different Revenue Streams For Artists - There will be times when sales will be slow and other times when sales will be up. What do you do when nobody purchases your art for a couple of months? The easiest way to fix this problem is by creating multiple revenue streams. How Artists can earn more money. #art #crafts #sellingart #artbusiness #artmarketing

11 Things To Do After You Finish A Painting | Oil Painting For Beginners | Photographing Your Painting | Varnishing Your Painting | Preparing The Canvas via @drawpaintacadem

It's a great feeling once you finish a painting which you have long worked on and you are satisfied with the result. But your work does not finish there. There are a number of tasks which I recommend you do once you finish a painting. These tasks may not provide any immediate benefit, but let me assure

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5 Reasons Why Your Art Is Not Selling. It is no secret that art is a tough way to make a living. Part of the reason is that creative people are often lacking in the marketing department. In this post I discuss some of the most common reasons artists struggle to sell their art. via @drawpaintacadem

5 Reasons Why Your Art Is Not Selling. It is no secret that art is a tough way to make a living. Part of the reason is that creative people are often lacking in the marketing department. In this post I discuss some of the most common reasons artists struggle to sell their art. via @drawpaintacadem

By Carrie Lewis in Art Business Advice > General Art Advice When most artists think about making money with their art, three things immediately come to mind: selling originals, doing commission work, and selling prints. Some artists might also think of teaching, or design jobs.Quick announcement - EmptyEasel has created a quicker, easier way for artists to have their own art website. Click here to learn more and get a simple art website of your own! But are those the only ways …

By Carrie Lewis in Art Business Advice > General Art Advice When most artists think about making money with their art, three things immediately come to mind: selling originals, doing commission work, and selling prints. Some artists might also think of teaching, or design jobs. But are those the only ways to make money as an artist? Absolutely not! In fact, we’ve put together a huge list of 77 ways you could turn your artistic skills into income. Not all of these […]

How to sell art locally 2 methods that work for me

Want to know how to sell your art locally? Here are two methods that have worked well for me, plus some tips on how to make the most of both.

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How To Write Well-Written Art Descriptions That Sell (And How Not To)

How To Write Art Descriptions - Learn how to write art descriptions that turn potential buyers into loyal art collectors. Everything you need to...

Here's how to create digital files of your artwork. Creating digital files of your artwork to create into prints or to license and sell to brands is THE best way to make a scalable living as an artist. In this post, I’m going to compile all of my best tips for digitizing your artwork.

Here's how to create digital files of your artwork. Creating digital files of your artwork to create into prints or to license and sell to brands is THE best way to make a scalable living as an artist. In this post, I’m going to compile all of my best tips for digitizing your artwork.

How to Sell Your Art to Hotels & Businesses

By Lauren Schleider in Art Business Advice > Selling Art Online In 2016, art insurance group Hiscox stated that online art sales jumped 24% from the previous year, totalling $3.27 billion in artist earnings. E-commerce has certainly evened out the playing field for artists at different career levels, but a huge problem remains: in a vast sea of online platforms, how can individual artists stand out from the pack to forge meaningful connections and boost their sales? Increasingly, the answer…