Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Help With Selling Your Art

Tuscan Poppies,30x40, acrylic, SOLD through Brigham Auctions to a collector in Greenwich, CT

Calm Seas for Sailing and Dreaming, 18x18, acrylic, SOLD through Total Design Source, Old Saybrook, CT

Coast and Clouds, 18x18, acrylic, SOLD, through Total Design Source, Old Saybrook, CT

Yesterday all three of these paintings sold! So it was a very good day. Right on the heels of the sales I got an email alerting me to a special offer from Ariane of smARTist about, guess what??  How to sell art!

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2 comments:

Katherine Thomas said...

Gorgeous work! I especially love the composition on Tuscan Poppies. So soothing and inviting.

AutumnLeaves said...

Congrats on the sales, Jan. I do nothing but tremble in fear of rejection at the thought of even attempting to sell art. I was rejected by the art department when I applied to study art at a local university...it doesn't get much worse than that. An artist I am not; just an avid tryer.