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

If you're looking for the best place to sell your art online, then look no further. We've been reviewing the best (and worst) art-selling websites on the internet since 2007, as well as sharing tips and techniques specifically for artists selling art on the web.

We've also just updated our own line of artist websites to help you sell art online by combining powerful art-selling tools with sleek, professional designs. So whether you're looking for a simple marketing solution or a full-featured website to display your art, make sure to check those out, too!

Now, here are a few must-read articles on selling art

NOTE: Each of these articles focuses on art-selling techniques for the internet. For additional marketing tips, check out EmptyEasel's section on marketing art.

7 Tips for Selling Art Online (Getting Buyers to Find your Artwork)

How Building an Authority Art Website Can Help Me Sell My Art Online

10 Things Every Online Artist Needs to be Successful

And here are some of EE's most popular reviews

Imagekind: A New Way for Artists to Sell Art Online

Zatista.com: More Than Just an Art Marketplace

RedBubble.com: Online Art Gallery and Community

Want more art selling help? It's all below.

From the most recent article to the very first, here's everything EmptyEasel's ever published relating to selling art on the internet. Enjoy!

As many of you know, EmptyEasel runs a full-featured portfolio website builder just for artists over at Foliotwist.com. But what. . . read more

In today’s digital age, it goes without saying that any artist who wants to succeed (as measured by sales) needs some kind. . . read more

In February 2017, a light bulb went off.

I was talking to a software engineer working at a physics research company, and hearing her talk about her fear of and love for the art world. She was an aspiring artist, had worked in watercolors for years, but was too scared to take the final leap of dedicating herself full-time—something I could tell she wanted so strongly.

I. . . read more

So you’ve decided that your brand as an artist needs to be on social media. . . but maybe you have have no idea how to get. . . read more

A lot of artists I speak with are uncertain about whether or not their images are safe online—and truthfully, it’s a. . . read more

If you're already a professional artist, or if you want to be a professional artist, do you NEED to sell your art online?

You might think by now this question has clearly been decided. But the debate is still ongoing, with strong convictions on both sides. What's the right answer? Is there a right answer?

What's the purpose of an art. . . read more

In 2016, art insurance group Hiscox stated that online art sales jumped 24% from the previous year, totalling $3.27 billion in. . . read more

Whether you’re brand new to selling art online or you’ve had your own art website for years, you’ve probably. . . read more

If you've read through my previous posts on using Facebook to sell your art, you know that I’ve tried to cram as much as possible into each one. Hopefully you've gotten something out of all of them—if you've missed them and have the time, I recommend going back and reading part 1, . . . read more

NOTE: In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series on using Facebook to sell your art, Facebook specialist and oil painter Nial Adams. . . read more

In my previous article, How to start selling art on Facebook, I touched on some of the basics—like setting up your Facebook. . . read more




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