Online Art Sales: Third-Party vs. Solo Website

Artists who want to sell online have choices, including third-party sites or their own websites. Here are the pros and cons.

Success as an Artist is Who You Know… Right?

Talent and ability alone do not determine success. Building a network is also essential to growing a creative business.

Display Tips for Your Next Art Show

Planning to exhibit your work at an art festival or fair? Use these tips to showcase your art beautifully.

The Power of a Notecard

A traditional way of marketing can lead to repeat sales and long-term relationships. Here’s how a simple notecard led to a sale.

Sell Art & Handmade Work in the Gift Market

The gift market offers a huge opportunity for many artists and makers. And hitting the right price range can boost your sales volume.

4 Ways Art Logistics Services Can Help Grow Your Art Business

When shipping artworks to clients, many professional artists opt for the help of professional art logistics companies.

Call for Artists, Fall 2023

Artsy Shark needs 48 talented artists to feature and promote in the coming months. Submissions are currently being accepted.

Spread Your Prices to Sell More Art

Are your prices diversified? This article discusses how to capture more business by reaching new markets and new customers.

Don’t Fall for NFT Scams

Artists are being targeted by scammers who claim they want to buy art as NFTs. They don’t. They want to rob you.

Get More Email Opens with Irresistible Subject Lines

One powerful tool artists should have in their arsenal is email marketing. Before you hit the send button, let’s look at the unsung hero of email marketing: the subject line.

4 Ways Artists Can Lose Customers

Four potential pitfalls that could deter prospective buyers of your art—have you encountered any of these challenges?

Your Power as an Entrepreneur

Starting your own business is empowering. It puts you in the position to make decisions and control your own destiny.

What To Do After Closing the Sale

You’ve made a sale of your art or handmade work, and your customer is thrilled. Now what?

Start Selling Your Art Locally

The easiest place to sell your work might be near your home. Use these tips to meet local business people, contacts and collectors.