Asked on Oct 10, 2017

How to sell art work online

Dee GonyeaNan27961264Sharon
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10 answers
  • Catherine Anspaugh
    on Oct 10, 2017

    You could certainly try e-bay, or do a google search for online art dealers.
  • Ann Cherkas Halstead
    on Oct 11, 2017

    gi with ETSY.com
  • Janet Panos
    on Oct 11, 2017

    Hello Esther! There are a number if online venues for selling art online. There’s Letgo, Etsy, and Shopify to name a few. Be sure to first Google “What I need to Know Before Selling Art Online.“ so you have a general idea of expectations.
  • Gjh29032334
    on Oct 11, 2017

    Put up your own site - pass out flyers, put them up where peoole can see and also tell others. Good luck!
  • Janet Pizaro
    on Oct 11, 2017

    For the correct answer,etsy.com is the site that many use for hand crafted items
  • Stacey
    on Oct 11, 2017

    Amazon is also a good place to sell items. Craig List, advertise your art through Facebook and other social media platforms. Network with other Artists to see what's working for them.
  • Make sure you have you sellers permits in order too. Every area (and each state), has laws concerning home based businesses. Learn those rules. Then take a class at a local community college, or college extension, or community sponsored class on small business and e-commerce. I would open up an Etsy shop as most of those people are successful and it is a high traffic site. I have no idea what their criteria may be, but an easy enough Google search. Good luck! ❤
  • Sharon
    on Oct 11, 2017

    I like Etsy.com, lots of great artists. Create your own website, and link to other art sites.
  • Nan27961264
    on Oct 11, 2017

    Before attempting online sales, put your art pieces in various local town fairs, church events open to locals, etc to get a feel if your pieces are of interest to the general public. In many localities there are Harvest/Fall festivals going on with the winter holidays following closely behind. You can also get advice from local art galleries.
  • Dee Gonyea
    on Oct 11, 2017

    I would recommend Etsy, with detailed descriptions and high quality photographs of the artwork.
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