Sell Your Art on Instagram

Ready to make online sales? Instagram is an outstanding e-commerce platform for visual artists.

50 Things Artists Can Do While Self-Isolated

The Coronavirus pandemic has led to a cascade of event cancellations and the loss of opportunities for many artists and self-isolation. What do we do now?

12 Essentials for your Website Shopping Cart or Product Pages

Having a website is one of the primary marketing channels available to Artists. If you are considering adding a way for collectors to buy directly from your website, you are not alone.

Conversation with an Art Dealer

Lianne Pierce is a British curator and founder of Rhoko online gallery. We recently spoke about her experience, direction and thoughts about the evolution of the art world and new collectors.

How an Entrepreneur Built an Online Wearable Art Business

Israeli entrepreneur Shahaf Gal runs Bones and Balloons, a fun, contemporary clothing and accessories company that sells wearables featuring colorful collage designs.

Use Online Apps to Market Your Art

As an artist, one of the hardest things is to stand out from the crowd. Posting your latest work is great, but what about between those days/weeks that you’re working on a newbie?

3 Website Updates Artists Need for the New Year

Even if you don’t have the latest greatest website design and a super current blog, your available works, bio and list of shows should be up to date.

6 Steps to More Online Art Sales

An appealing website layout with professional presentation, intuitive functionality and an easy method of checkout will smooth the way for people who visit your site to begin to learn more about you and your work.

Instagram Story Tips for Artists

As the social media platform that drives more art sales than any other, Instagram provides an important opportunity to capture followers who are interested in your artwork and keep them informed as to what you’re doing.

The GDPR and Your Art Business

What you need to know to comply with the GDPR, which has new online privacy laws.

Is Print-on-Demand Right for Your Art?

Many artists use print-on-demand services to sell products featuring their designs. This can be a revenue stream, but there are downsides, too.

How to Get Traffic to Your Artist Website

How do you draw visitors to your art website, and what kind of traffic do you need?

Launch an Artist Website That Works

Want an art website that really works for you? Bold Brush founder Clint Watson shares important information that every artist needs to know.

Top 10 Art Business Articles of 2017

Check out the most popular business articles published by Artsy Shark this year.