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Selling Art Online: Information on Where (and How) to Sell Art on the Internet

Don’t tell me, let me guess—you’re looking for a good art website service. Your artwork is ready, you’re. . . read more

So you just launched your new art website—that’s fantastic! You’ve worked for days (maybe weeks, even months!) or. . . read more

Last month, along with group of about 30 other EmptyEasel artists, I launched a new online gallery for contemporary art.

I chose to use Shopify for this project (for all the reasons I'll explain below) and throughout the process of setting up our online gallery, I realized that other artists would probably be interested in using Shopify as. . . read more

It’s no secret that the Internet offers significant opportunities for artists who want to gain exposure, network with. . . read more

Anytime I talk to artists, I almost ALWAYS hear the following question: “How do you get high-res images of artwork? I have. . . read more

I’ll be the first to confess that I enjoy seeking out new places to post my art online. It doesn't matter if it's an online gallery, forum, blog, or marketplace, I'm always tempted to join.

But here's the problem: I already display my work on my professional portfolio site, my blog, Pinterest, three online marketplaces for original paintings, an Etsy store, a POD portfolio,. . . read more

When artists first began promoting their work on the internet, many opted for professional, personally designed websites, which. . . read more

OK, folks, let’s brainstorm for a bit. :) So far this year we’ve launched Artwork Reveal—a new artwork discovery. . . read more

Artists like to feel that their work is out in the world, in homes and offices, being looked at, being enjoyed—being criticized even—so long as it's out there.

Earning a living from it is great too, of course, but it's not always easy to get started. Friends and family are often very supportive, yet most of us want to reach beyond the circle of familiarity.

The problem is,. . . read more

Wouldn’t it be great if your next big art project was paid for—all your materials, all associated costs—before you even. . . read more

The path that many artists dare to walk—from just making art to actually selling it—is fraught with stumbling blocks.. . . read more




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