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Selling Art

by Clint Watson on 5/1/2009 7:45:11 AM

We've published a lot of practical information on the nitty-gritty business of selling art over the years and thought it would be helpful to our readers to go back and organize a handy little resource for you.  So if you want to learn more about selling art, bookmark this page and enjoy the following tips to sell art.


Practical Tips on Selling Art:

Some practical tips to sell art

How to Sell Art

On Selling Art - Part 1

On Selling Art - Part 2

Artists Should "Hard Sell" Their Artwork


Selling Art and Pricing:

Sell 'em Cheap as Possible for as Long as Possible


Selling Art by Conversing with Collectors:

Tell the Whole Story

Artists: Lead Your Collector Clan

The Only Way You'll EVER Sell Art

Cultivating Collectors Face to Face


Selling Art and Email Marketing:

Email marketing is essential if you want to start selling art today

I'm Not Surprised Your Art Isn't Selling . . .

Personal, Timely, and Relevant

Timely is the Hard Part...Victoria's Secret Shows Artists the Solution


Other Articles about Selling Art:

Do artists need galleries anymore?

Twin Pillars of Art Marketing Success

Do You Want Traffic or Do You Want to Sell Art?

New Venues to Sell Your Art

Make Contacting You Easy

A Critical Step to Selling Art Online is to . . .

Sell More Art and Enjoy Life by Encouraging Engagement

Art Marketing for Artists Who Want to Change the World



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 5 Comments

Maria Coryell-Martin
via web
Hi Clint,

Great series of articles- thank you! My website is an ongoing project and I particularly enjoy your thoughts on including prices online. I'm also going to try to send more "artist updates" - I usually send them every 4 - 6 weeks because I worry about imposing on people, but everytime I send one, I get some business! I'll shoot for every two weeks now. I look forward to more articles.
Best wishes,
Maria
www.expeditionaryart.com

dinayen wirba henry
via web
Dear Clint, I am very impressed by the help you have so far given me by providing me with a Website and are sending me news on arts as well as articles. The present articles on how to sell your arts works is an eye opener. I will not hurry with reading and putting into practice what is said there. I would rather beg you to give me enough time to study and meditate on the article. I am equally exited about my website. Give me time equally to take time and prepare my arts works that I would like to put for exhibition and then carefully send them into the web. Wish you all the best.

Chief Toba
via clintwatson.net
Beautiful Artworks are on sales right now..if you are interested in arts and buying..please visit www.kingartsgallery.com
thanks and God bless!

Oksana
via faso.com
Dear Clint,
Please let me know how to contact you?
Need some help with my art.
Thank You

Jeffrey
via faso.com
Hello:

I am looking to sell this painting:

Beautiful original watercolor by American scenery artist Valfred Thelin (1934-1991). This painting, entitled "Woodbury," depicts a shovel leaning against the wall of a building adjacent to a wheat field, a rustic theme reminiscent of the style made famous by Andrew Wyeth. This work was created at Thelin's studio in Ogunquit, ME, circa 1970.

For the art lover, this a real bargain at only $200!

For those who are seriously interested, feel free to contact me at my e-mail address.

Thanks,

Jeffrey











 

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