Blog on Art Marketing and Selling Art


How To Price Your Giclee Prints

When you get your work out there in front of many more people than you could with just one original, you gain the opportunity to sell more of your originals. [...]

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Making and Selling Giclee Prints - Will It Work For You?

The reason to sell giclees is to offer your work to a larger audience at a lower price than your originals. A second incentive is because it provides some semi-passive income to the artist. [...]

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Making and Selling Giclee Prints - Part 1

Leveraging Income From One Original [...]

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Boosting. The напротив Of Taking Down Someone Else's Art.

Whether it's art or life, a simple positive word can make a world of difference. [...]

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FASO Featured Artists: Artist Bill Murphy

Artist Bill Murphy is known for creating psychologically rich etchings and lithographs. Additionally, Bill is well-known for his paintings and drawings. His work can be found in several prominent collections - including the British Museum and the Brooklyn Museum. He has taught at Wagner College on Staten Island, New York since 1984. [...]

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Staff Picks from the FASO Daily Art Show: Bill Murphy, James Otto, Nancy MacDonald

For this round of Staff Picks we had art critic Brian Sherwin (Editor of The Art Edge) select artwork that has been featured on the FASO Daily Art Show. We at FineArtViews encourage you to learn more about the following artists: Bill Murphy, James Otto, Nancy MacDonald [...]

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FASO Featured Artists: Artist Frantisek Strouhal

Artist Frantisek Strouhal has noted that his work explores the harmony between the spiritual and the physical world. Frantisek raises the bar of his oil print process by utilizing his fertile imagination. His powerful images offer a sense of wonder. [...]

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FASO Featured Artists: Artist Cheryl Polcaro

Artist Cheryl Polcaro is known for creating mixed media works of art. Cheryl's process involves the manipulation of images. Her process of image manipulation is achieved with a variety of methods - including printmaking, painting, and photo transfer techniques. She is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of art. [...]

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Does Limiting Print Editions Create Value?

To sum it up. When selling my reproductions, I list it as a giclee print. I don't get into the discussion of the difference between a print and mechanical reproduction because my print buyers don't care about that. People who do care about whether a work of art "might" be an investment buy my original works and even those may never increase in value. [...]

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Passive Income Streams - Giclee Prints

The artist who would benefit from having reproductions on hand to sell, has built a following of collectors, either on her or his own or through gallery sales. [...]

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FASO Featured Artists: Artist Jonelle Johnson

Artist Jonelle Johnson is known for her etchings (with polymer film plates) and monoprints. Additionally, she creates watercolor paintings. Jonelle notes that her images involve elements of abstraction she stresses that her goal is to convey emotional meaning using a forgiving process that allows free association. [...]

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