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AbsoluteArts (Online Gallery; Print on Demand) -Large database of original art includes over 150,000 works. Artists pay 35% commission at free level, 20-25% at paid levels, plus 5% fee. They offer a variety of services to promote your art.
AbstractArtGallery (Online Gallery) – Dedicated to abstract art, this site allows artists to connect with collectors worldwide. Registration is free. Each artist gets a profile/portfolio page. The artist ships to the customer and receives 80% of the purchase price.
AbstractArtistGallery (Referral Site) – This website is a database of living abstract artists that presents work and includes a link to the artist’s website, referring business directly to you. This site is juried, and is run by volunteers. They request contributions.
accessART (EU Site, Online Gallery) – They link “hand-picked artists to young art buyers” by offering art for sale that is €1000 or less. Artists upload and maintain their own gallery page, and determine prices. They take 15% commission.
ADC Fine Art (Online Gallery) – This firm has a brick and mortar gallery and participates at art fairs and trade shows. Email or mail a submission to apply for representation.
AffordableBritishArt (UK Site, Marketplace) – Artists sell their work on this website directly to the customer, with no commission. Artist pay a fee, ranging from £35 to £135 per year. They offer e-commerce through Paypal.
Aftcra (Marketplace) – Their purpose is to promote buying and selling handmade goods made in the USA. You can set up a storefront here for free, and products uploaded remain for six months. They take a 7% commission on all sales.
Altpick (Talent Search) – This site helps illustrators, designers and photographers connect with creative buyers. Art listings are free; membership is $99 annually. Also offering annual awards to artists.
Amazon (Marketplace) – Amazon Handmade presents huge marketplace for artists and makers to sell their work online, and has the largest reach of any marketplace site. Artists must apply to be juried and accepted to become a vendor here. There is a 15% fee on sales.
American Handmade Crafts (Marketplace) – Monthly fees start at $12.95, enabling each artist to list up to 280 items for sale. Sell your work retail or wholesale (in a password-protected area.) Advertising fees are extra.
Ananasa (Marketplace) – This site is open to artists, artisans and designers in the Middle East. Open a store for free, paying a small fee for each sale. The “bargain button” feature offers confidential price negotiation. They offer marketing/support.
Art.com (Referral Site; Print on Demand) – This popular site has a division called Artist Rising where emerging artists can upload images and sell original art (through referral to the artist’s own website) or Print on Demand reproductions, which pay 30% royalty to the artist.
Art2Arts (UK Site, Online Gallery) – This juried site features “original art direct from UK artists” and offers support and a community. No fees or contracts involved. They offer special features, promoting artists on their blog. This site takes 37.5% commission on art sales.
Artaissance (Art Publisher) – This company, run by well-known frame manufacturer Larson-Juhl, seeks sophisticated art that is suitable for art publishing. Artists go through a submission process, and if accepted would enter a licensing agreement. This site is their online portal.
ArtAndBohemia (Referral Site) – This website that helps artists sell online, by showing original art, and acts as a contact point between buyers and sellers. They do not handle transactions. No fees are involved, but you can buy advertising.
ArtAttack (UK Site; Social Media) – A mobile social network for artists that can be accessed by downloading a smartphone app to search for art to purchase. They offer an e-commerce solution, and take 10% commission on sales.
ArtBomb (Canadian site; Auction) – This site offers a daily online art auction of selected work from artists across Canada. Juried. Approved artists must provide them with 50 email addresses of friends and supporters. Reserve price is set. Art Bomb takes 50% of selling price.
ArtBoost (Online Gallery) – This website sell the original art of artists around the world, allowing personal contact between the artist and the buyer. They also integrate with Facebook to sell. Sales are made through Paypal, with ArtBoost taking 15% of the sale price including VAT.
ArtClickIreland (UK Site; Online Gallery) – Irish artists to sell original art or prints. Lifetime membership fee is €45. This provider takes 30% commission on sales of original art, and 15% commission on sales of reproductions.
ArtCollectorMall (Online Gallery) – This site enables artists to sell original artwork, paintings, sculptures and prints online. No fees to upload images or list your work. Once a month, they bill the artist 10% of any sales that are made.
ArtCorgi (Commissions) – This site specializes in helping artists get commission work. Artists work with clients through the process, including presenting sketches. They take 20% of the price of the art created.
ArtDip (UK Site; Website Provider) – This provider offers individual art websites where you can sell your work online; they offer a 10-day free trial.
ArtDiscover (Talent Search) – An online showcase for talent, this site allows artists to promote themselves and their work free of charge. They do not sell work directly, but refer site visitors to your own website. Galleries can also promote exhibitions here.
ArtFido (Online Gallery) – A global marketplace where artists and galleries can list work for sale. Upload images here free. Shoppers can buy at your listed price or bid on art. They take a 10% commission on each art sale.
ArtFinder (Online Gallery) – This site features original art, print and photography, sold online and shipped directly from the artist. Create your store, and they manage payments. Artist keeps up to 70% of the sale. This is a juried site.
ArtFire (Marketplace) – This is an online place to sell crafts, art, supplies, vintage and more. Customize your own shop on this site. $20.00 monthly fee plus 3% commission.
ArtFortune (Referral Site) – Create your own online art gallery here. Site visitors can see the images that you have uploaded, and click through to your website, where you make the art sale. There is a membership fee; a forum and community also exists on this site.
Artful Home (Online Gallery) – Online catalog for upscale handmade home décor, wall art, apparel and accessories. They have a paper catalog as well as their online gallery. This site is juried ($35 fee) and $300 membership fee if accepted. They take 50% commission on sales.
Artfuly (Australian site; Marketplace) – A juried site that sells original art. Accepted artists pay $52 per year to sell art here. Accepted work is shown on gallery pages.
ArtfullyWalls (Print-on-Demand) – This website sells art prints, and is juried. Artists can open a store, upload images, sell their art, and receive a set amount per item ordered (see site for details.) They also sell limited editions.
ArtfullyReimagined (Online Gallery) – “Repurposed” is the key word on this site, which specializes in selling artwork that includes reused, repurposed or recycled materials, and take a 10% commission. Juried; they also offer mini-grants. See prospectus on their site.
ArtGallery (UK site; Marketplace) – This internet gallery sells affordable art from independent artists. Two membership levels (one is free) with shopping cart function. They even text you when your art sells, which is pretty cool.
Art-GalleryWordwide (Marketplace) – Offers three monthly account options to artists, plus a setup fee. Each artist gets a home page to upload images, which allows them to sell their art directly to site visitors. Shopping cart provided.
Articents (Marketplace) – Handmade and vintage items are sold here. This site has no listing fees or commissions, and only a $5.00 monthly fee. Make your own storefront, sell your handmade items here, and even include videos if you like.
Artid (Marketplace) – Online exhibition space where you can sell your art. Three membership levels, including one which is free. Each artist gets their own gallery and blog. Artid offers an ebay selling option for premium members.
ArtIndian (Indian site; Online Gallery) – Promoting traditional and contemporary art, this site is free to any Indian artist who wishes to participate and show their work. Contact them for listing and sales terms.
Artinvesta (Australian site; Online Gallery) – This site promotes itself as selling original art online on a global scale. They offer artists unlimited space to upload a portfolio, and take 10% plus Paypal fees from your sales. You can register as a seller for free.
ArtistBe (Online Gallery; Print on Demand) -Artists can upload images to create their own gallery page on this site, and sell original artwork (30% commission) or sell reproductions (15% royalty to artist.)
Artisera (Indian Site; Marketplace) – An online luxury marketplace that brings together artists, established stores and galleries on one platform. Contact them for terms and submission information.
Artistize (Talent Search) – This website connects artists around the world to art “seekers” who are looking for talent. Register and create a portfolio page on the site, then search for opportunities available. Completely free to use.
Artisouls (Marketplace) – This site provides a venue for selling handmade and vintage products. No listing fees; they take a flat 5% commission on all sales.
Artists&Clients (Commissions) – Upload your images, describe the type of work you do and set prices. When commission requests come in, you negotiate final price and receive 85%.
ArtistsInfo (UK Site; Referral Site) – A “global showcase” that drives visitors from their online gallery to your website to make sales of your art. Juried from information and images submitted on the site, an artist listing is £59.99.
ArtistSites (Referral Site) – Called “A Virtual Community of Artist Portfolios” this site is totally free. Artists can upload up to 25 portfolio images, and create a bio. Site visitors can comment or contact the artist. You can include a link to your own website as well to sell art directly to online shoppers.
Artist Shops (Print on Demand) – a free e-commerce platform powered by Threadless.com that allows all types of creatives to sell their work on apparel and more. Threadless handle the manufacturing, shipping and customer service of your shop’s products, and users make 100% of the profit above base prices set by Threadless.
ArtistsToWatch (Miscellaneous) – This greeting card company accepts submissions from artists who would like to sell their work in this format. They accept new artists quarterly. To apply, email them with your info and images.
ArtizanMade (Marketplace) – This handmade e-commerce site features all mediums and products including wearables, home decor and accessories. You must be approved to become a member. There is a $125 setup fee plus $12.50 monthly and market fees. No commissions are taken, but PayPal takes 2.9% on sales.
ArtLicensingInternational – (To the Trade) This group represents more than 400 artists who wish to license their work. They are open to receiving submissions from artists, which is free to do. Inquire about their terms.
ArtLicensingShow (To the Trade) – Interested in licensing your art to manufacturers? This is a meeting place where artists, agents and clients can meet, review portfolios, and is password-protected. Artist fees begin at $20 per month, paid annually. Juried.
Artmajeur (EU site; Print on Demand; Website Provider) – This provider offers several options. Upload your images and sell on their site for 10% commission, or sell reproductions through their Print on Demand service (you choose a set price and they mark up.) They also provide services to build your own art website with e-commerce capabilities.
ArtMarketDirect (UK Site; Online Gallery) – A place for fine artists to showcase their work. Register, list your artwork and sell it here. They take 20% on sales.
Artmosfair (EU Site; Marketplace) – Paintings, sculpture, and handmade crafts, can be sold through this site, where you create your own store. Basic accounts are free + 6% commission, or pay €40 per year + 3% commission. They use Paypal for payments.
ArtMuse (Online Gallery; Print on Demand) – A curated collection of art in all mediums. Submit your work for consideration free. Original art can be listed at no charge; images for prints have a $15.00 listing fee. Art is sold at pre-set price points.
ArtofWhere (Print on Demand) – This site prints your images on products, such as beanies, pillows, pencil cases and phone covers. Open a store here and sell your art online with offer a 3-tiered commission system.
Artomat (Miscellaneous) – With this unique concept, old cigarette vending machines are converted into Art Vending Machines which dispense small works of 2D and 3D art. They are searching for new artists – link leads to the guidelines.
Artovert – (UK Site; Online Gallery) Subscription-based open art platform for selling your work directly to collectors. They charge £10/month plus a 2% commission on art sales.
ArtPal (Online Gallery; Print on Demand) Fast-growing FREE gallery to sell art and buy art. No membership fees. You receive 95%-100% when they sell your art. ArtPal earns money only when they sell your art. Sell any type of art. ArtPal also has a free Print-on-Demand service.
ArtPharmacy (Australian site; Online Gallery) – This website sells art online and also holds pop-up shows around Sydney. Australian artists can submit their work; this site is juried.
ArtPickle (Referral Site) – This provider showcases contemporary artists and their original art. You can create your own gallery page on their site. Pricing ranges from free to $12.95 per month. Art shows and events are also listed on this site.
ArtPistol (UK Site; Online Gallery) – This website advertises that they sell “original art and limited edition prints from both budding and recognized UK artists.” They also sell art in pop up events, and sell to corporate clients. Artists list prices on the site, but shoppers are also allowed to make offers. Features a wedding registry. No upfront fees, but they take 25% commission.
Artplatform (UK Site; Miscellaneous) – This site sells artwork while also supporting charities. Depending on your chosen level of gifting, you may or may not receive payment. Fine art only.
Artplode (Online Gallery) – High quality international art sales website where galleries, dealers, artists and the public buy and sell art with NO COMMISSION charged. List your art for sale alongside works by Matisse and Warhol. Artworks must be priced at $1000+ to be offered for sale on Artplode. Price per listing is $60.
ArtQuid (Online Gallery) – Exhibit and Sell Your Art on ArtQuid, a global online marketplace of 100,000 artists and art enthusiasts from around the world. NEW: Create and customize your own dream art gallery in 3D. WOW effect guaranteed for your future visitors and customers!
ArtsAdd (Print on Demand) – Sell your paintings, illustrations and photography on products through this provider. No fees; just upload your images. You receive the difference between their base price and your selling price.
Artsetters (To the Trade) – Designers can sell wholesale on this ecommerce platform. You can import products from Etsy, create line sheets and more. Retailers visiting the place orders with you. Monthly rates range from $39 to $99.
Artsicle (Referral Site) – This website gives referrals so that you can sell art directly to the customer. They present art for sale, and shoppers can request more information that comes directly from the artist. They show your art; you complete the sale. Free to use.
ArtShow (Referral Site) – This juried website promotes your work on their gallery pages, linking to your website where you make the sale. Cost to the artist is $40 per year. They will list original art and photography, not reproductions.
ArtSlant (Referral Site; Website Provider) – This popular site promotes artists and displays their work. Free membership gets basic profile, standard membership is $55 per year. Or opt for a standalone artist website for $165 per year.
ArtSpan (Website Provider) – Artists in any medium can build their own websites on ArtSpan, which boasts 4,000 member sites. Shopping carts and Print-on-Demand also available. Fees range from $6.60 to $24.90 per month.
ArtsRow (Referral Site) – This website connects artists and makers to customers, by location. Encouraging local commerce, they show products and prices, and provide a button to instantly email the artist. This site is free to use, for both customers and artists.
Art Specifier (To the Trade) – Specializing in selling art to architects, designers, art consultants and galleries, art specifier is a juried site. Annual membership for artists is $100, with no other fees or commissions involved.
Artsper (French site; Online Gallery) – Calling themselves “a marketplace for the sale of contemporary art online” they feature works from emerging and established artists, presented as gallery pages. Shopping cart provided. Juried.
Artspring (Website Provider) – Build a professional artist website here, with integrated art inventory database and marketing tools such as private views and newsletters. E-commerce is in development and will be launched shortly.
ArtStorefronts (Website Provider) – Explode Your Art Sales. Build an art store website in minutes at ArtStorefronts.com. Get stunning design, state-of-the-art features, and first-class print fulfillment. Sell your work on metal, acrylic, canvas, paper & more.
ArtStorm (Referral Site)– This website is more a marketing service than a sales venue. For an annual fee (now $50) the owners of this site will show your work in their gallery, give you a profile and actively promote you as an artist on social media.
Artsy Home (Online Gallery; To the Trade) – Offering “Original Décor for Home Work and Life,” This website targets interior designers, commercial decorators, upscale homeowners & others with print catalogs as well as online art sales. They take 25% commission.
ArtUnlocked (UK Site; Online Gallery) – 100% original art from UK artists, sold online and at in-person events. They take 35% commission, no fees involved. This site is juried; submission form is on their site.
ArtUrbane (Miscellaneous) – A social art + design online marketplace with an unprecedented technology platform that pairs select artists with qualified online art sales representatives that market the artists work to a multitude of art patron networks and members of creative non-profit organizations.
ArtWanted (Print on Demand; Website Provider) – Upload images of your art for sale on this site through memberships ranging from free to $5 per month, or for $10 per month get a standalone art website. Fulfill orders on your own, or use their print on demand services.
ArtWeb (Marketplace; Website Provider) – Has plans ranging from free to pro ($94 annually). No commission is taken on art sales. Artists can upload images on to their own profile pages on the site, or get a standalone art site. Shopping cart is provided.
Artwork Archive (Miscellaneous) – Connect with art buyers to increase your exposure and sales without lifting a finger. Exhibit the work you already manage in our art inventory system. Buyers and our ever-growing collector base can then contact you to purchase work. You handle the transactions and keep all the money.
ArtZolo (Indian Site; Print on Demand) – They sell original art, crafts and reproductions online. This provider has a program in place where artists earn a royalty on work sold.
AskArt (Marketplace) – This comprehensive site has a huge database and lots to offer artists. Their online art marketplace allows you to upload a bio, resume, artist statement, and list your work for sale. Monthly plans run $16.50 – $59.50.
AxisWeb (UK site; Talent Search) – Presents member artists and their portfolios to connect them with opportunities, and has other benefits such as insurance for artists. Membership starts at only £1.17 a month.
Behance (Talent Search) – This popular online platform for creatives allows you to upload your art to an online gallery with a personalized URL. “Work for Sale” is a category where artists can use shopping cart function to sell.
Bespo (UK Site; Print on Demand) This provider puts your artwork on coasters, clocks, mugs and more. Create a store by uploading your images into their template. No registration fees. You earn a set amount for each type of product sold (see their website for details).
Big Cartel (E-commerce site, Website Provider) – “Bringing the Art to the Cart” is the mission here, where over 250,000 online stores have been opened by creatives. Pricing runs from free to about $30 per month with no long-term commitment. Brand and customize your own online shop to sell your art, or link your shop to your own art website.
BlowBirthdayCards (Miscellaneous) – This website sells birthday cards, and is always looking for artists and designers to provide art for them. They do all the marketing, printing and shipping. Artists earn 10% of each sale, which is typically .50 per card.
BluCats (Marketplace) – This site specializes in handmade products ranging from art to jewelry, accessories, children’s items and more. No membership fees. List up to 10 items for 2 months. Sales fee is 8%.
Blur (To the Trade) – Billing themselves as “The Art Exchange,” this site serves creative directors, curators, art consultants and others matching their projects with artists who place bids. 20% commission rate when sales are made.
Bonanza (Marketplace) – This site sells everything, not just art – and claims to have 4 million items for sale. You can import items from Etsy to Bonanza free of charge. Listing is free – a percentage is taken from the cost of items that sell.
BoomBoom Prints (Print on Demand) – Sell your family friendly art on dozens of products including wall décor, clothing, and accessories. It is completely free and BoomBoom Prints takes care of all printing, shipping, and customer service.
Brika (Marketplace) – this e-commerce site focuses on House and Home, Jewelry, Accessories, Paper Goods and Baby Items. You must apply to become a “maker” on the site. Email them for terms.
Bucketfeet (Print on Demand) – Would your artwork look just perfect on a pair of shoes? This site offers cool sneakers with a variety of designs. Jury by sending an email to info(at)Bucketfeet.com with your portfolio.
BuyCheapArt (Online Gallery) – This site features artwork under $1,000. Sell your art for 10% commission. Each listing is free, but you pay to promote your work.
ByLocalArtists (Marketplace) – Create your bio and list original art, fashion, furniture and textiles for free, no membership fees. 3% commission on sales plus PayPal’s fee. Social sharing and no expiration on listings. Your buyers purchase directly through the site.
CanStockPhoto (Miscellaneous) – License your photography to this stock photo site that adds thousands of images daily. Apply for consideration, and upon acceptance you earn every time one of your images is downloaded.
Cannonwalls (Print on Demand) – This website sells peel and stick murals and posters, and canvas prints with art images on them. Apply to be considered. Artists receive 10-15% on each purchase.
Café Press (Print on Demand) This site has two options – start your own online art store, or upload designs only without the hassle of managing a shopfront. They set base prices for each item, you choose the retail price, and keep the difference.
Cargoh (Online Gallery) – Calling themselves a “social marketplace for independent art, design + culture,” Cargoh is a juried and curated site where you can sell art online. Upon acceptance, there is an 8% commission on sales. No other fees.
Casetify (Print on Demand) – This provider allows artists sell their work on cases and sleeves for phones and devices. No fee to get started. Art is uploaded through Instagram. Apply by sending a link to your portfolio and social media accounts. Artist receives a percentage of each sale.
Centerpoint Art Project (Miscellaneous) – When you store your art inventory data with Centerpoint, they include several creative e-commerce features designed to help artists sell online. You can personalize your sales approach for originals and limited editions and it will instantly sync your inventory with your website.
ColourInYourLife (Australian Site; Online Gallery)- Sell original, prints and limited edition art from your own shop page on this website. Fill in online submission form, and they will respond with best pricing for your work and commission details.
CommishArtify (Commission) – This site is a place to visual artists to acquire commissions. Artists and clients can register for a free or paid premium account. They handle job listings and payments; no service fees are added.
ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline (Online Gallery, Print on Demand) – Juried site that features originals for sale (they take 30%) and printing services to offer reproductions.
Coriandr (UK Site; Marketplace) – This website helps you sell handmade work and supplies, and you can customize your own shop page. They charge a listing fee plus 2.5% commission.
CraftIsArt (Marketplace) – Focusing on handcrafted and vintage goods and supplies, this site offers free and premium packages to sell your work online. Either pay listing fees and 5.5% commission, or $7.99 monthly fee.
CraftJuice (Referral Site) – This site will help promote the products you are selling on an Etsy or Folksy store. Show your products here, get upvotes and social media exposure.
Crafterstown (Marketplace) – Small website featuring different craft items for sale online. Monthly fee from free to $9.99, and no listing fees. Free plan has a small transaction fee.
CraftFoxes (Marketplace) – Sell your handmade jewelry, knitting, sewing, cards, and other crafts online by uploading images. Listing fee is .10 per item. Transaction fee of 4% applies when items sell.
Craftori (Referral Site) – Art, craft, vintage and more can be submitted to this curated site. Links through to your sales venue, where you sell art online direct to the customer. Pay to feature your work on their front page or in Supplies category or Gift Guide.
CraftStar (Marketplace) – Run by craftspeople, this site has a $5.00 monthly membership fee, and no listing fees. Very helpful forum and customer service here.
Craigslist (Miscellaneous) – Believe it or not, you can sell art on Craigslist, which contains about everything else in the world. Artists can advertise free to solicit commissions, or sell their art or craft online directly. Beware of scam buyers on this site.
Crated (Online Gallery) – This website helps artists sell photography and digital artwork online. Upload artwork to your own online gallery. No transaction fees. They take 20% commission on art sales.
CreativeMarket (Marketplace)A website for graphic artists to sell graphics, logos, themes, etc online. Artists set their own prices and keep 70% of each sale. They do not require an exclusive on any designs.
Crevado (Website Provider) – The super-simple way to showcase your artwork online. Jam-packed with powerful features; mobile/tablet friendly, social sharing, custom domains, blog integration & more.
Curioos (Print on Demand) – This provider has a marketplace for purchasing digital artwork. Artists who would like to sell on the site must be juried by submitting their portfolio. They will reply with terms/agreement.
CustomizedGirl (Print on Demand) – This apparel retailer offers storefronts where artists can upload art to be placed on tees, tanks and more and sell online. Artists earn royalties between 10 – 30% of each sale.
CustomMade (Commissions) – This website seeks artists and craftspeople to match with buyers who are interested in commissioning special work. Consumers post requests, and bids are taken from makers. Once a custom piece of work is made and shipped, CustomMade takes a 10% commission.
DailyPainters (Referral Site) – This large gallery of art is searchable, and links buyers through to your own website where you can make the art sale online yourself. This site is juried. They are seeking prolific artists with a unique style who are also bloggers.
DailyPaintWorks (Referral Site; Auction) This provider has a large variety of new 2D art offered every day. Join them for $12.95 per month, which entitles you to upload any number of images you like. They send shoppers to your website and have an auction component.
Dandelion Alley (UK Site; Marketplace) Calling itself the “Paper Cutting Marketplace”, this website allows artists to list and sell templates, designs, and downloads as well as supplies and other products. They take a flat 15% commission on sales; no other fees.
D’Art Fine Art (Marketplace) – Large online art gallery of work, with memberships available ranging from approximately $15-$30 per month. Offers marketing tools. Connects buyers with artists, and allows bids; also has shopping cart function.
DaWanda (EU Site; Marketplace) This site promotes that it sells a large variety of products, including clothing, accessories, home and vintage items. It’s free to create a shop here; they charge listing fees plus 10% commission.
Daylighted (Miscellaneous) – A contemporary art site focused on displaying work from invited artists in hotels, cafes, restaurants and galleries that show your work. Artists take 70% of the sale price, 15% to Daylighted, and 15% to the venue. Request an invitation here.
DegreeArt (UK Site; Online Gallery) Students and recent graduates can submit their work for consideration to this site, which has an online venue as well as a London gallery where they may put your work in a solo or group show, and promote you to the press. They require an initial fee of £75 and take 40% commission on online sales.
DENYDesign (Print on Demand) – This home furnishings company creates pillows, bed linens, shower curtains, wall art and more using artist’s designs. Apply on their website to be considered.
Deviant Art (Print on Demand) -With 80 million pieces of art onsite, this behemoth is the largest social network for artists. It’s a platform that allows emerging and established artists to exhibit, promote, and share their works, including selling art prints online. Prints are base price; set your selling price to include a royalty for your payment.
Direct2Artist (Marketplace) This site provides a web presence for the artist, with marketing support and a mobile app. They claim to be an “all-in-one platform to take care of sales, marketing and business side of art.” Charges range from free to $49 per month.
Displate (Print on Demand) – Their concept is selling posters made out of metal. Artists who wish to participate make a profile page and upload their images to this provider’s site. Artists receive 25% of the sale price.
DivaArt (Online Gallery) – This website sells a large variety of original artwork and prints, and is juried. Accepted artists upload their images to the site. They work on a commission basis ranging from 10 – 25%, with a $300 minimum.
DoNxt (EU Site; Miscellaneous) – This site allows the public to “sponsor” an artist by offering a monthly subscription where fans will receive art/content from a favorite artist in exchange for a fee. They take 8% of fees to administer the site.
Dossiae (Talent Search) – This site provides a place for artists, designers, etc. to list their services in a directory, which is searchable. Sell your work by being discovered by local online shoppers.
DPCPrints (Print on Demand) – Artists have an online profile and upload photographs, paintings, drawings, and digital artwork. Artists pay $25.00 per year membership plus the base price of all prints. Set your own prices, and split profits with them.
Dunked (Website Provider) – Create an online art portfolio on this website, using their templates, and even keep your own domain name. They have a clean contemporary look, are mobile-friendly and offer great features to the user. Rates range from $6 – $19 per month.
Easy2Buy (Social Media) – This tool helps you sell your artwork on Instagram. Your bio link leads to your page on their shoppable gallery which has an Instagram look and feel.
Ebay (Marketplace) – The big kahuna of marketplaces, Ebay is a place where you can sell art online as well as anything else on the planet. Although it may not be the first choice of most artists, others may find a niche and do well. Listing and transaction fees apply.
EBSQArt (Referral Site) -This site for “self-representing artists” allows you to create an online presence that links through to your art website where you have a shopping cart. EBSQ focuses on its built-in social networking tools to spread the word about your work. Membership based, $8.95 per month.
eCrater (Marketplace) – E-commerce store platform to sell your art or crafts online. Free to set up shop. They take a 2.9% “marketplace fee” on sales. They offer store hosting, shopping cart and a community forum. You can import items from your eBay store here.
Envelop (Print on Demand) – This is a European site for designers to upload designs to be printed on textiles and sold as pillows, totes, aprons, etc. Submissions are juried. Artists receive a portion of the sale price.
Etsy (Marketplace) – This well-known site is where artists and craftspeople can open a shop to sell art or crafts online. Vintage goods and supplies also allowed. Etsy offers support communities and lots of help selling. Listing and transaction fees apply.
EtsyWholesale (To the Trade) – Wholesale selling opportunities for artists looking to cultivate orders from retailers. This new platform uses the power of Etsy to reach retailers who want to purchase handmade goods for their stores. Artists must apply to be vendors.
EyesOnWalls (Print on Demand) Canadian art company selling original art, prints and textiles online. Highly juried. Artists must have large enough body of work, have a following and fit their “look.” Submit images or a link to your site to them through email.
Ezebee (Marketplace) – A platform for designers, handmade manufacturers and micro-companies all over the world, this site is 100% free. Create your own showroom and start selling your art or craft online. Very interactive with social media.
Fab – (Marketplace) – Fab sells many things besides art (they call it a “compelling marketplace for everyday design”), but they are willing to look at a submission of your work should you want to be considered. Apply right here.
Facebook (Social Media) – One of your favorite social networks can also be your online art store. Facebook has integrated e-commerce to sell your art or handmade goods online.
FindYourCool (Online Gallery) – Juried site for selling original art, limited edition prints, and fine crafts. They offer services and marketing and create a profile page for the artist. No listing fees. They take 40% commission on sales.
FineArtAmerica (Print on Demand) – Build an art profile page and upload images to this site. They print images on reproductions, greeting cards, cell phone cases, pillows and more. Provides marketing help and an embedded shopping cart on your own website.
FineArtSeen (UK Site; Online Gallery) – This site specializes in original art and limited edition photography from artists around the world, starting at £100. Juried site; they take 30% commission on sales. They take care of all shipping arrangements and costs.
FineArtStudioOnline (Website Provider) – A favorite place for artists to create their own professional art website (with your own URL), get marketing help, integrate a blog and social media. Monthly fee $8-$40.
FiveHundredpx (Marketplace) – Store your photography, share them and sell your photos online. Features work of beginners to experts. Sell your work by opening a “store” account, which is available to free as well as paid memberships.
Foliotwist Websites for Artists (Website Provider) – They offer personal help by phone or email, plus simple promotional tools that put you in control. Try a paid plan or free plan.
Folksy (UK site; Marketplace) – Featuring modern British craft, this site has online stores for artists to list and sell their work. Pay-as-you-go and monthly plans available.
FotoFactory (EU Site; Print on Demand) – This site puts your images on paper, canvas or metal for your purchase, or to sell through their website. You earn set royalties for specific products sold, averaging around 20%.
FotoMoto (Print on Demand) – This provider offers an e-commerce widget that integrates seamlessly into your existing website. They take care of printing, packing, and shipping orders to your customers. Pay per transaction and monthly fee programs.
FoundMyself (Referral Site) – Free for artists to upload images; no commission taken. Sales are handled between the buyer and seller only, not the site. “Honor system” asks artists to contribute what they feel is fair when sales are made.
Gallerizt (Referral Site) – Social media platform for artists. Apply to join, upload images and create your profile. This site allows you to present your work and link to your website and other social media sites to cultivate sales.
Galleryfy (UK Site; Online Gallery) – Sell either original art or reproductions online through this gallery website. They promote artists through a gallery page on the site and social media. They take 25% commission; no other fees to the artist.
GalleryToday (Online Gallery) – Connects artists with buyers to sell original signed paintings internationally. They offer a guarantee that every painting will arrive in perfect condition. Juried. To apply, check their website for submission email and instructions. They take 30% commission.
GenerousArt (Online Gallery) – As the name implies, this site allows art to be sold and charities benefit, 30% percentage of the sale price is donated to the charity of your choice, and 50% goes to the artist and to Generous Art. Juried, see site for details.
GiftWrappedAndGorgeous (UK Site; Marketplace) – Online boutique for gifts, jewelry and artwork. This site is curated – application is available on their site.
GLCCraftMall (Marketplace) – Specializing in handmade crafts. Open up your storefront here for fees ranging from free to $12.00 depending on the number of listings you have. No commissions are taken.
GlobalArtExchange (Online Gallery) – List your original artwork for sale here free. They will display your work on their site, and take a 20% commission when the art sells.
Gooten (Print on Demand) – This provider finds print-on-demand options for you at the best possible price, so that you can offer a wide variety of products using your art images without holding inventory or shipping.
GotArtWork (Print on Demand) – Artists can sell originals or reproductions here, through monthly plans ranging from free to several hundred dollars.
Graphic Tide (UK Site; Print on Demand) This provider invites artists to submit an original T-shirt design, gaining votes from site visitors. Designs that reach a high score get printed and sold in their online store. Artists receive royalties ranging from 10% up depending on number of shirts sold.
GreenBoxArt (Print on Demand) This provider produces giclees, murals, decals and lamps printed with your artwork. They are seeking “stylish, whimsical and sophisticated” art. Site is juried; contact them to submit an application.
Greenwich Workshop (Art Publisher) – This fine art publisher is based in the U.S. and sells art online. They accept submissions from artists who are interested in possible publication, and who would receive royalties for artwork sold.
GreetingCardUniverse (Print on Demand) You can create a greeting card store on this site for free and upload your images. Artists earn 35 cents per card sold.
Gumroad (Marketplace) – This online sales platform lets you set up shop to sell your artwork. They provide website, e-commerce and analytics. Starts at $10 per month plus 3.5% + .30 per charge.
HandmadeArtists (Marketplace) – A very active community as well as a venue to sell art or craft. No commissions are taken – $5.00 monthly subscription, they provide a shopping cart.
Handmadeology (Referral Site) – This site is a place to get exposure for your art or craft, linking to your website or Etsy shop. Uploading your images is free. Feature your work on Handmadeology’s front page for $5.00.
HarnGallery (Online Gallery) – This website is a curated marketplace for affordable, original art. Artists simply register and upload their images. When sales are made, the artist ships the work, and retains 80% of the purchase price.
HireAnIllustrator (UK Site; Talent Search) – Currently representing over 400 illustrators, this website has portfolio pages for each, and also promotes through direct mail. If accepted, you can upload unlimited images of your work. They match incoming jobs with artists. Membership starts at £3.99 per week.
HookMarket (Online Gallery) – This site specializes in selling the work of design students and new graduates. Upload images, descriptions and even videos to sell your work. No listing fees. They take 10% commission.
HouseOfSass (Marketplace) – This site is based on a “hotel” theme where each artist is given a room to present their work. They are currently offering six months free, and then have monthly plans from $7.95 – $15.95 depending on how many products are listed. No commissions.
Houzz (Referral Site; Marketplace) -Houzz has the largest residential design database in the world. Create your profile under “Artists and Artisans” in the Pro section and upload images of your work. Search results are delivered locally to shoppers. They link to your own website free, or you can list products for sale in their marketplace, for 15% commission.
IAmAttitude (Marketplace) – This site is an alternative fashion marketplace. They are seeking edgy clothing and accessories from designers and artists. Fill out an application, and when approved, list your items free. They take 5% commission on sales.
iCraft (Canadian Site; Marketplace) Sells the handmade work of artists globally. $25 registration fee, and monthly fees of $5.00 to $15.00 depending on how many images your upload.
IdeelArt (UK Site; Online Gallery) – This site specializes in abstract art. Their artists are usually invited, but they will accept submissions. They pay for shipping and take a commission; contact them for more information.
ImageKind (Print on Demand). Join free, and customize your own storefront. Fees range from free to $95 per year. Set your own retail prices; they charge base price and pay you the rest.
InAFlashLaser (Print on Demand) – Online engraving and laser cutting service. Add your original artwork to many products, including glass, metal, plastic, stone and wood. They offer an e-commerce platform that integrates into your own website and allows you to sell.
IndieMade (Website Provider) – Their pitch is that they help artists, photographes, DIYers, and artisans of all types easily produce creative websites. Monthly fees start as low as $4.95 (no long-term commitment) and you can even get a 30-day free trial.
IndieMe (To the Trade) – This site features fine crafts in many mediums are listed at wholesale prices, and sell to the trade. Juried. They charge a startup fee and monthly fee of $39, or $395 annually.
IndieWalls (Commission, To the Trade) – Connects art buyers and sellers online. Buyers start a project, and artists pitch artwork that meets specifications. Art can be shown publicly or privately. Artists take 60% of the sale price.
InksterInc (Print on Demand) This site offers t-shirts designed by member artists. Apply to be included in their group of artists by sharing your images or website URL. Create your page showing your art for purchase by the public. T-shirts retail for $20, and artists get $5 on each sale through Paypal.
InkyGoodness (UK Site; Talent Search) – Showcases new and emerging talent in illustration, character design and lowbrow art. Offers opportunities for artists to network and have their work displayed and promoted. Email them if you are interested in submitting your work for consideration.
InPRNT (Print on Demand) – This site produces giclee reproductions of your work for sale on their site. Juried submission process of sending three of your best pieces for review. Inquire about costs.
Interest Print (Print on Demand) A provider that puts your designs on items from home décor to clothing, shoes, accessories, wall art and more. Create your own online store or Etsy, Amazon, etc and they provide fulfillment and drop shipping.
iVANZi (Marketplace; To the Trade) – An online marketplace for emerging, independent, and domestic sellers. No listing or monthly membership fees, and only a 3% commission fee. iVANZi also offers a wholesale component with a unique and inventive payment option called Joint Sale.
JewelSpan (Website Provider) – A sister site to ArtSpan, this vendor caters to artists selling handcrafted jewelry. Artists get a pretty sharp website with shopping cart, blog and even videos about their work. Intro price is $99/year plus 10% commission on sales. No listing fees. Sales to buyers going directly to member site URL incur no commission.
JuicyCanvas (Print on Demand) – This site features contemporary art, with a catalog of limited edition pieces, which can be re-mixed by the customer. This provider prints canvasses, t-shirts, totes, baby clothes and more. Submit your portfolio through email to be considered.
KateAndBean (Marketplace) – New platform specializing in handmade and vintage items. They hold your inventory and ship out orders. 3 month plan is $35 per month; 6 month plan is $30 per month. They take no commission.
KessInHouse (Print on Demand) This provider produces home goods such as blankets, bedding, coasters, placemats, wall decor, etc. Artists must apply, and when selected, they set up your profile page. Free to participate. They pay quarterly royalties.
King & McGaw (UK Site; Art Publisher) This site sells art suitable for corporate environments, and homes, and offers Print-on-Demand services. Juried; submit your work for consideration.
Kunstmatrix (Website Tool Provider) A unique tool that enables you to create beautiful 3D showcases of your art to impress art lovers and collectors. Digitally present and manage your art, including an augmented reality app to show a preview of your work in any space you like
LaunchMyWear (Print on Demand) – Turn your art into quality merchandise, produced to order under your label, with no upfront cost or minimum order quantities. LaunchMyWear offers fully managed product creation, a free branded storefront, secure e-commerce & drop-shipping. You determine the selling price; they collect a set fee per product when you make a sale.
LokoFoto (UK Site; Print on Demand) This site offers local photographs of many areas of the world. Submit your photos to be voted up or down by the community. You set the price, and they keep 40% for producing the prints and shipping.
MadeByHandOnline (UK Site; Online Gallery) British and Irish craftspeople are welcome to apply. This site is juried, has an active community and directory, and actively markets their makers. They take 22% commission on sales.
MadeIt (Australian site; Marketplace) – This site specializes in selling handmade goods. You pay .35 per listing plus 4.5% commission on sales. No membership fees.
MadeItMyself (Marketplace) – Upload your images, and either set a price or negotiate with buyers. They provide a shopping cart. No listing fees and only 3% commission applies.
MakersMarket (Online Gallery) – This site sells handcrafted goods made in America, especially organic, sustainable and ethically produced items. Purchases are drop-shipped to customers, they take 50% commission and pay shipping. Apply to be considered as a vendor.
Minted (Print on Demand) This vendor sells holiday and Christmas cards, and wedding and party invitations. Submit your design here, and fans will vote on it. Winners get cash prizes, and the rights to sell their designs on the site.
Miratis (UK Site; Marketplace) Designers may submit an application to participate. All items for sale are handcrafted ceramics, silver, glass, textiles and more, and they also take commissions. Contact Miratis for cost details.
MISI (UK Site; Marketplace) – MISI, or “Make It, Sell It” is an online platform to sell handmade crafts, vintage items and supplies. Listing fee plus 3% commission on sales.
MobilePrints (Print on Demand) – This site allows you to sell your Instagram photos as reproductions, cell phone cases, pillows, etc. Set your base price, and they add their markup to retail.
Modalyst (To the Trade) – This website is for designers who want to sell wholesale to retailers. They provide the “virtual showroom” and allow retailers to meet minimum orders through purchasing from more than one vendor. Designers pay them a percentage; contact for details.
Modify (Print on Demand) – Would your art look great on a watch? This print-on-demand provider collaborates with artists to create watches with your designs on their faces. Artists take 20% royalties.
MossPiglet (UK Site; Print on Demand) – Artists who want to have their images made into jewelry and sold online can get in touch with this vendor who helps you sell online in a new format!
MyBestCanvas (Referral Site) Sells original paintings, to an international audience. Customer gets directly in touch with the artist; no commission is taken. $50 annual fee to upload your images and become a seller.
MySoti (Print-on-Demand) – This website specializes in t-shirts, lampshades, and art reproductions. Upload your designs for free, and choose your markup. They pay you the amount of basic cost for items they print.
MyStudioAssistant (Website provider) – This provider helps artists build an effective site and incorporate an e-commerce solution to sell their work. They make uploading images and making site changes easier than ever.
NaceGlobalTalentNetwork (Talent Search) – International talent directory that promotes your work and portfolio on their site and through social media. Basic membership is free; Student membership $30 annual fee, Professional membership $60 annual fee, Agency/Studio membership $90 annual fee.
NewBloodArt (UK Site; Online Gallery) – Representing early and mid-career artists, this juried site focuses on selling originals. You determine the selling price, and they take a commission.
NotOnTheHighStreet (UK Site; Marketplace) – Curated site promoting small businesses in the UK and Ireland. They list and sell products on their site, and you drop ship to customers. One time joining fee, ask for details.
Nuzart (EU Site; Print-on-Demand) – This provider prints all products. Upload your images and set your price. You collect the percentage over the base price of the reproductions.
OACGallery (Online Gallery) – This site helps arts sell original modern and contemporary paintings. They have a small, curated group of artists who are juried in; application fee $10. This online gallery pays for shipping, and takes 50% commission on each sale.
OffTheEasel (Social Media) – This is an art portfolio marketing app that automatically promotes your work across social networks.
OpenSky (Marketplace) – This popular shopping website sells many products, including handmade items. Monthly fees range from $10 – $200, plus 15% transaction fee and 3% credit card fee.
OriginalArtUnder100 (UK Site; Marketplace) – This website sells art under £100. Artists sell commission free to buyers with free 4 month trial, then pay £20 per year, or £12 for 6 months. They take 12.5% on sales.
OurWestVirginia (Online Gallery) – This site celebrates Appalachian artisans by offering a venue for selling handmade items. No monthly or annual fees are charged, they collect 7% commission on total sales.
Patreon (Miscellaneous) This subscription site helps creatives financially by cultivating fans to help support their ongoing work through monthly contributions. Fans determine the amount they wish to pay, and the artist offers “rewards” for support. Build and launch a creator page, then promote it to your community to attract patrons.
Patron (Talent Search) The purpose of this globally focused site is to allow the public to discover, connect with and book creative professionals. Create a profile page here; they schedule bookings and accept payments. Cost to the artist is 4.5% of the booking fee.
Personalise (UK Site – Marketplace) They feature work from small manufacturers and craftspeople that can be personalized. Contact them with recommended retail prices, trade prices + turnaround time for consideration. No monthly fee – only pay upon sale.
Pictorem (Print on Demand) – They print art image on canvas, and also have a section on their site where artists may sell directly to the public. No fees to upload your images. You set your price, and they add their printing costs to arrive at the final sales price for your work.
Pinterest (Social Media) – This super-popular website allows you to create collections by “pinning” images around the web which click through to the original site. Have an item to sell, on Etsy, or anywhere else? List the price when you pin your item – a click on the photo will take the shopper through to your own site where you can make the sale. Priced items show up in their “Gifts” section.
Pixels (Print on Demand, Online Gallery) – Upload images here to have them printed as reproductions, pillows, bags, clothing, etc. They set base price and you choose your markup (your portion). Or, sell your original art commission free. Membership $0 – $30 annually.
Pixpa (Website Provider) – They offer art websites with a large selection of themes and functions. Easy, intuitive templates with e-commerce included. Price ranges from $8 – $16 monthly.
Platform72 (Australian Site – Online Gallery) – Juried; they accept submissions from artists on a quarterly basis, and own a brick and mortar gallery as well as their online presence. Contact gallery director for more information.
Plovist (Indian site; Online Gallery) – Any artist can join free. No upfront charges, simply upload your images and sell your work. You set the price, drop ship the art, and they take 30% commission as their fee.
Portraity (Commissions) – Are you a portrait artist or photographer? This site aims to connect artists and clients who want commissioned portraits made. Artists upload their portfolio onto the site and a “contact” button puts potential clients in touch with you. Currently in Beta and offering free memberships.
Printful (Print on Demand) – Sell your art online with this Print-on-Demand provider who puts images on clothing, mugs, wall décor and more. They integrate with your own online shop to provide fulfillment. They have base prices, you choose your retail price markup.
PrintPop (Print on Demand) – This Print-on-Demand site claims to be for aspiring/emerging, “struggling,” part-time, hobbyist, or student artists” to sell poster-sized print reproductions of their work. Artist earns 15% royalty from each item.
PrintsOnWood (Print-on-Demand) – This provider creates art prints on wood, using fine art or photography that you submit. $5.00 fee to sign up and become a vendor on this site.
PropheticsGallery (Online Gallery; Print on Demand) – This online gallery sells original art, giclees, apparel, accessories with a Christian or Prophetic theme. Artists ship originals; they also provide printing for reproductions. Juried; they take 50% of sales price.
RaveNectar (Print on Demand) – This site offers “Crazy/Beautiful Clothing All Designed by Independent Artists” – clothing is produced through sublimation printing by the Print on Demand provider. Artists take 20% of each sale. Submit an application to be considered.
RebelsMarket (Marketplace) – The No. 1 alternative community for buying & selling badass and alternative brands. Fit your work? No monthly or listing fees; they take 15% commission. Juried to make sure your designs are rebellious enough.
RedBubble (Print-on-Demand) – This website helps sell your art on posters, prints, t-shirts, cards and more. They have set base prices, and you collect the markup that you choose.
RiotArt (EU Site; Online Gallery) – Promoting “A curated selection of art for the next generation collector” this site sells original artwork from emerging artists. Artist sets the price for the work. No fee to list; they take 35%.
RiseArt (UK Site; Online Gallery) – Artists can create a free profile here. You can also submit your work for them to promote and sell, online and offline. They have a brick and mortar gallery also, and rent art.
SaatchiArt (Online Gallery; Print on Demand) – Popular online venue to sell originals and prints. Upload your images and sell originals, keeping 70% of purchase price. They offer printing and shipment of reproductions.
SableAndOx (UK Site; Online Gallery) – This website offers a service “allowing artists to showcase their impressive portfolio of work and giving customers the chance to browse and buy exquisite exclusive pieces of art all on our innovative online gallery.” They take a commission percentage (not specified on site).
ScottsMarketplace (Marketplace) – Their tagline is “the only online marketplace dedicated to American local business.” They sell all types of products, including art and handmade. No membership or listing fees; they take 4.99% of your sales as commission.
ScoutMob (Marketplace) – This site is all about local, sells art & handmade items. Choose your favorite city on their list, and see locally made work (they even have their own app.) You can apply to be one of their local “makers” by contacting them through the site.
SculptSite (Referral Site) – This site features sculpture only; buyers purchase directly from the artist. Apply to be accepted. No commissions taken, you pay a fee ranging from $0 – $99 per year. They give marketing assistance.
See.me (Referral Site) – This site partners with SquareSpace. They promote artists on that platform, linking through to their SquareSpace websites where the artist can make the sale. They also offer art exhibition opportunities, awards, etc.
Sellpin (Social Media) Their tagline is “If you can pin it on Pinterest, You can sell it on SellPin” and they offer a place to list your work to sell when referred through Pinterest. Easy to log in with Facebook. Free to list, they take 7% fee on sales.
SellUrArt (Print on Demand) – This website sells your artwork as a poster. One dollar subscription for a year. If your poster sells, you get a percentage of the sale. SellUrArt will sell art on their own website along as auction sites like eBay.
ShairArt (EU site; Online Gallery) – Art platform where independent artists and art galleries can sell art online, and be represented through exhibitions. Connect with galleries and museums here; artists take 70% of the sale price.
Shapeways (Marketplace) – This is a 3D printing services provider, with a marketplace on their site for artists who would like to sell there. They offer base prices, you set the retail price for your margin.
ShopHandmade (Marketplace) – Set up a store here to sell anything handmade, although their home page shows some manufactured items. Their stores are “100% fee free,” and they literally collect donations to keep going. Yes, that’s right – donations.
Shopify (E-commerce Site, Website Provider) – Build an entire store using their easy template and shopping cart services. Use it as a standalone site, or link to your shop from your art website.
ShowFlipper (Online Gallery) – This site helps artists sell original paintings, books, jewelry and more. Juried; they promote on their site and through social media and video. Fee is $25 to get started. They take 10% commission.
SiOTTGallery (UK Site – Online Gallery) Juried gallery site offering online exposure, and also invites artists to show at Art Fairs or Events. Annual fee of £50. They take 35% commission on sales.
Skreened (Print on Demand) – This site specializes in t-shirt sales. Any site visitor can make a custom-made shirt, or can purchase available designs. That’s where you come in – upload your artwork and create your own shop. Choose your own price, you make everything above base prices charged by the site.
SmugMug (Website Provider, Print on Demand) – Photographers can create their own websites on this platform, which has customizable templates and photo management. Fees range from $3.99 – $25.00 per month, with the $12.50 level offering e-commerce.
Society6 (Print on Demand) – Upload your art images, and this provider will use them to make prints, canvases, iPhone cases, hoodies and more. Set your price, and you receive payment for everything over the base price of their products.
Soldsie (Social Media) – This site specializes in selling on Instagram. They offer two weeks free, then charge $49.99 per month. Post your work on Instagram, and use the profile link to go to a shop page branded for you that leads to your shopping cart.
Sourcing Handmade (To the Trade) – This is an online platform to help artists and makers sell their products wholesale. Password protected area for legitimate wholesale buyers to purchase right on the site. Pricing is on an annual basis, and ranges from $99 to $379.
SpartaApp (Miscellaneous) – Join Sparta and download their phone app to display your work and connect with collectors. Your artwork links directly to your website. No commission; plans start from a free level to $29 per month.
Spoonflower (Print on Demand) – Known for printing custom fabric for designers, this site is Print-on-Demand and prints your work on textiles, wallpaper and decals. They claim to offer the largest collection of independent fabric designers in the world. Artists receive 10% of sale price.
Spreadshirt (Print on Demand) – Open your own t-shirt shop online, featuring your designs. No cost to set up. This provider pays you an agreed-upon royalty on each sale.
Spreesy (Social Media) – Sell your art directly on Instagram or Facebook! Super easy service makes selling to your followers a breeze. Create shoppable posts in seconds, and your followers can purchase by commenting their email address! Spreesy is completely free.
Square (E-commerce Site; Website Provider) Created by the people who offer the Square card reader, it is not for art or craft only. This popular marketplace offers free online stores, with a very clean contemporary look. Use it as your website, or link to them as your store.
StateOfTheArtGallery (Australian site; Online Gallery) – Juried site that focuses specifically on promoting, marketing and selling original art by fine art students and graduates, as well as selected emerging artists. Artist in any 2D medium can submit.
StoreEnvy (E-commerce Site; Website Provider) Not only for artists and craftspeople, this is a very popular e-commerce solution for listing your work (and they do have an Art category). Set up a free shop here, or use your own domain for $4.99, and even tie your shop to your Facebook page. Site visitors can “Envy” your work at the click of a button – getting it featured on the “Popular” page.
StudioVisit (Referral Site) – This site charges no fees, but takes donations. Their concept is to introduce artists to the public by listing and encouraging in-person studio visits. Start a profile page, upload your studio address and a photo. Art lovers can book a time to visit you through an onsite calendar.
StyleArt (Print on Demand) – This provider creates canvas prints, clothing, mugs, phone cases, etc. using your artwork. Juried application. Upload your designs and earn at least 10% on each sale.
SuperMarket (Online Gallery) – This website offers a curated collection of handmade products, gifts and art. Submit for consideration. Create a store and upload your images. No fees, 15% commission on sales.
SwiftGalleries (Miscellaneous) – Show potential clients your work in a room view easily with this online service. This web-based tool needs no installation on your site. Monthly fee is $15 or $150 annually.
Tattoodo (Commission) Want to design custom tattoos and sell them? This website allows consumers to request customized tattoos through contests where artists submit their interpretation, and designs evolve. Winners receive from $100 – $300 per design depending upon contest parameters. No cost to get started.
TeeFury (Print on Demand) – Submit your design for a T-shirt, and if accepted, your design becomes a very limited edition, available for 24 hours, and selling for $10.00. The artist gets $1.00 per shirt sold, and keeps the rights to the design.
Teespring (Print on Demand) – This provider (not only for artists) lets you design a tee-shirt, name your price, and promote your campaign to sell as many upfront as possible. Great for partnering with a cause! Artist makes the profit after manufacturing and shipping costs are calculated.
TheArtfulProject (UK Site; Online Gallery) – Claiming to be “the new home of affordable art” this site specializes in photography, participates in pop up galleries, and works with interior designers. They have a juried submission process outlined on their site.
TheCommissioned (Website Provider) International community of artists. Use this online platform to showcase and sell your art and build your collector base. Has a suite of social media and tracking tools. Tiers range from free level with 20% commission to $29.95 per month with no commission.
TheCraftersBarn (UK Site; Marketplace) Handcrafted goods are sold on this website, which dubs itself a “co-op” and has a very low monthly fee with no commissions taken. Includes shopping cart.
The FunkyArtGallery (UK Site; Online Gallery) Featuring contemporary, funky, urban and pop art, this online venue sells originals and limited editions only. Juried for “originality, quality and funkiness.” Artists paying joining fee of £50 – £195 plus 35% commission.
TheMatBoard (Social Media) – A Pinterest-type site, you can “mat” images that you find online, including your own portfolio. Then, share on social media. Your work can be grouped into collections, and you are notified when other people comment. Since clicking on an image takes the viewer to the original site, you can lead potential customers to your website.
TheNamelessGallery (UK Site; Referral Site) – Calling itself “The Emerging Artists Digital Cork Board”, The Nameless Gallery invites artists to create a profile with images of their work and links to their website and social media. They charge £7 for five months.
ThePlace4Art (UK Site; Referral Site) – Billing themselves “The UK’s Leading Website for Selling Your Art,” this provider allows artists, galleries and art owners to list art for sale. Originals, limited editions and sculpture welcome. There is a listing fee, however all transactions are between buyer and seller exclusively and not handled by this site.
ThePrintersInc (UK Site; Print on Demand) – New concept that allows artists to sell art or photography from any website or blog via embeddable widgets and plugins that provide shopping carts. Set your own price for your work; they take a base rate per item for printing and shipping to the customer. No upfront costs or hidden fees.
TheSketchingShop (Online Gallery) – Sell your sketches here by opening a store on the site. They take 30% commission on sales. All art listed for sale must be hand-drawn originals.
TheUntappedSource (Print on Demand) – This site sells reproductions and prints; they offer memberships ranging from free to about $8 per month. You price your work and collect any amount over their base prices.
TheWeddingMile (Marketplace) – If your work fits into the wedding market, you can become a seller here for a monthly subscription of $9.95. They offer support and training, and a bridal registry, of course!
ThisIsALimitedEdition (UK Site; Print on Demand) – This site sells work from UK artists in the UK as limited edition art, art prints, canvas prints and homewares. They sell retail and also wholesale to retailers. Predominantly invitation only, but they do have a submission form for artists.
Threadless (Print on Demand) – Create a design, and submit it to this site. The Threadless community votes to choose the very best, which will become t-shirts for sale in their marketplace. What do the design winners get? A $2,000.00 prize.
ThreadMeUp (Print on Demand) This provider specializes in T-shirts. Upload images, start your own storefront on their platform, and they print and fulfill orders. They charge a flat fee for merchandise, you choose your price and earn the difference.
ThreeDayGallery (Print on Demand) – They run flash sales, for 72 hours, selling each of 3 prints. Each sale pays $10 to the artist. Then, the work is added to the gallery, and the artists chooses the royalty amount.
ThumbtackPress (Print on Demand) – This provider site creating paper, giclee and canvas open edition prints. Artists can submit three works to be considered. They ask that images sold on their site not be listed on others. Contact them for costs.
TopHatter (Auction) – Create a listing, which is put on the block and sold to the highest bidder. You do pay a listing fee and a commission fee when the item is sold, although these vary from 5% – 15% of the selling price.
Touchtalent (Online Gallery; Auction) – Social network and gallery to sell your work, or participate in auctions and exhibitions. Upload your artwork and participate in the interactive community – a pro membership is needed to sell, which is $60.00 per year.
TrilliumGallery (Online Gallery) – An artist’s community where work is shown and sold. Artists are invited – but you can ask to become a part of their gallery, too. Contact Maureen at [email protected]
TurningArt (Miscellaneous) – The focus of this site is to rent artwork to residential and commercial clients. Submit your work for jury consideration. They create reproductions from your images for rental; artists receive royalties.
Twitter (Social Media) – Promote your work on Twitter, using Twitpic to show photos, and list an auction, or simply a sale price. You can coordinate this with a Facebook auction of your work, or link to an auction on your website, and take bids. Twitter is also a great place to cross-promote your work for sale on any other site.
UGallery (Online Gallery) – Billed as “a curated online art gallery for the nation’s top mid-career and emerging artists,” this site is juried. They split the selling price 50/50 with the artist, and do extensive marketing.
Uncommon Goods (Marketplace) – This site sells “unique gifts and creative design.” Juried; submit your images to them in an online application. This site is not exclusively art or craft related, but offers clothing, accessories and home items as well.
UnderTheRainbow (Marketplace) – Online craft mall, where you can sell your work retail. Post 20 items free, then $2 per 10 additional items. They take 15% commission.
Vango (Online Gallery) – The most unique online original art marketplace. By simply taking a picture of their space, buyers receive recommendations and see the art in situ. Vango removes the pain of pricing by limiting it to five price points under $2000. And the best part is artists keep 70%!
Vida (Print-on-Demand) – This provider creates tops, scarves, tote bags, pillows, dresses, etc. using your artwork. Upload your 2D image, which they print on fabric and sell from their site. Artists are paid 10% of sales.
WallSpaceExchange (Miscellaneous) This site connects artists with businesses such as salons, restaurants, bars and cafes. The business agrees to display the artist’s work and arranges a commission agreement separately from the site itself. Membership is $5.00 per month.
Wanelo (Referral Site) – Short for Want-Need-Love, this site is a curated collection of items (not all are handcrafted or art), but if you have a price on your work, they provide a “Buy” button which clicks through to your website (or third-party site) to sell your work. Other community members can “save” your images, and being popular drives them to the front page of the site. Free to use.
WeLoveFine (Miscellaneous) – submit your art to their monthly contests, and get voted up or down by site fans and judged by guest judges. Winners receive cash prizes, and get their designs licensed for products.
WholesaleInABox (To the Trade) – This service assists artists who wholesale their collections by identifying prospective customers, providing guidance in creating line sheets and marketing materials, and assisting with follow up activities.
Wolf & Badger (Online Gallery) – Jewelry and fashion accessories marketplace for aspiring designers. This site is juried. Upon approval, set up your shop, upload images and sell your handmade work online. No membership fee – they take 30% commission on sales.
WorkOf (Marketplace; To the Trade) – Based in Brooklyn, this site promotes online and also offline events. They specialize in furniture, lighting, soft goods and home accessories. New York-based makers can applied to be considered, and get details on terms.
WowThankYou (UK Site; Marketplace) – Proudly supporting UK artisans, this site offers everything from clothing and pet items to household and wedding gifts. Monthly competitions. Fill out a form to become a seller; no terms listed on the site.
XanaduGallery (Online Gallery) – Xanadu is a brick and mortar gallery in Scottsdale, AZ, but they also have an online component. Submissions are juried, but online accounts are free. They take 20% commission on sales.
YellowLlama (Print on Demand, Website Provider) This provider prints artwork on t-shirts, bags, stretched canvases, tiles, draperies, etc. Prices from $14.99 monthly to $174.99 annually. They also create artist websites, help artists open brick and mortar stores and have a financing program.
Yessy (Online Gallery) – Upload your art to sell on this site, with no limit on number of images. Cost to artists is a $59 annual fee, plus 10% transaction fee per sale.
Zatista (Online Gallery) – This site is for selling original 2D art only. They target interior designers and architects as well as consumers. All work is juried. They do not have a monthly or listing fee, but take 45% commission.
Zazzle (Print 0n Demand) – Popular site selling art and products. No monthly or listing fees. Upload your images, and set your own prices – you are paid the royalties between their base price and amount of the sale. They put images on a large variety of items.
Zibbet (Marketplace, Website Provider) They sell art, craft, supplies and vintage items. They provide a standalone website with custom domain name and shopping cart function. Upload your images and start selling. Packages range from $4 to $16 per month.
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