Private art sales & Art by seller. List your art for sale...Limited edition prints, paintings, sculpture, lithos, serigraphs.
A plethora of buyers around the globe run searches 24/7 for everything online...including artists and titles. Web crawlers and web-bots, spider the internet indexing new pages and update others. Once web pages are re-indexed with a search engine, your titles could be potentially available to anyone looking for them. This is powerful stuff! Get online. Let googlebots do the work.
SOME TIPS ON SELLING
There are a handful of ways to help move your limited edition prints and fine art canvases along.
- One way, is to get it in front of potential buyers. This could involve trying to get your art into a gallery on consignment or commission basis (if they'll take it).
- How about garage sale / flea market...have fun selling a $700 print with that one.
- Selling it online and being found via search engines...ahhh yes.
- Help people find you...and the art they are looking for!
Do a little homework and price it to sell...
Run searches online for your titles 'in quotes' to see what is out there for asking prices...as if you were a customer looking to buy. Depending on the title, you should find some on some of the major sites like ebay, and maybe a few independent sites. Take the lows, from what you find, see if that's what it's worth to sell.
If a buyer is after a piece of art, and finds 5 to choose from, they will obviously lean on the best price, with the least amount of risk.
We can broker your deal too, providing a safe, secure transaction. Only if you choose...details are on the site.
If framed...send a photo or two.
(that's free by the way...) snap a couple of photos...one of a bottom corner with signature or numbers, and one of the whole piece.
Make it easy for the buyer to decide... unless the framing is horrible I suppose.
Don't expect "retail current market value insurance replacement...." It's worth what someone will pay for it right? Sometimes sellers simply want too much, or are in dreamland, or are mislead into what their art is worth.