How to Sell Your Artwork | Alternative Venues

Art Meets E-Commerce by Karen Leland The Internet’s Etsy, RedBubble and Imagekind provide artists with alternative venues for marketing and selling their work. While the marketing mix for artists looking to sell their work continues to include traditional venues such as galleries, art festivals and individual shows, the online marketplace is expanding dramatically. Here’s...

8 Free Ways to Market and Promote Your Art Online

During this challenging marketplace a lot of artists are cutting back on their art marketing budgets. Even so, now is the time to take full advantage of the free marketing opportunities and creative ways of promoting your art business online. By creative, I mean free! Yes, there are many ways in which you can...

For a fine art reproduction or giclée, Mike Teal of Nocerino Editions (Centennial, Colorado) color-corrects a digital file—just one of the many steps in the process.

How to Choose a Printmaker for Giclées

Many artists today are choosing to see giclées (zhee-klayz) or fine art reproductions created with pigment-based inks on high-resolution ink-jet printers. Digital printmaking saves you from having to buy and store more prints than you sell. But you can easily waste money if you need to take your work to more than one...