Ok, let’s get right to it. You need a website that best represents who you are as an artist. When someone first visits your site, they should have a good idea of the type of artist you are right from your home page. They should also be able to easily buy your art or request commission work.
It’s a lot of work. It’s time consuming. And it can propel your art career forward faster than any other platform.
Like most artists, you may have several social media accounts you regularly update with your latest work. Fine Art America, Art Pal, Ebay, and Etsy, might be at the top of your list for where to sell your art. All of these are great resources, especially when you are diversified across several platforms.
Many artists struggle when determining how much to charge for their artwork. Experience, recognition, and cost of supplies are some of the factors that should go into determining your price. Lisa Clough-Lachri of Lachri Fine Art recently posted a video explaining these factors and a few common methods artists use.