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John Morris

2 Years Ago

Selling Art

hi all im new to fine art america, and a question that i want to ask all you artists, is how do you sell your work? what makes a painting sell?


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Norm Holmberg

2 Years Ago

John,
Presentation is job #1. The photos of your work display a considerable lack of care. Acceptable photos should center the art both vertically and horizontally, and the photo should be cropped so that ONLY the art is visible. Also, several pieces are shot at such a low resolution that they are virtually useless as prints. There are many tips on this site and elsewhere on the web for shooting artwork. You are competing with tens of thousands of artists on FAA, let alone the rest of the art world. Don't shoot yourself in the foot. God helps those who help themselves.

 
 

Richard Rizzo

2 Years Ago

welcome John.

 

John Morris

2 Years Ago

thank you for your advice and stiring in the right direction... i am waiting for my new camera to come so as soon as that arrives i can take a whole load of new photos...

 

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