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Creating ways to Sell Art part #1

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I been looking over old drawings and monotypes that I’ve created over the years and have decided to put them up for sale. I love them, but I think it’s time for some one else to love them as well. I’m developing a site where they can be purchased. You will be able to find the link next week here and on Bobmartin-art.com

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Written by Bob Martin

August 24, 2006 at 5:48 pm

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  1. Hey Bob the sketch is excellent!

    Angela Ferreira

    August 24, 2006 at 6:46 pm

  2. Thanks Angela. How are your sales of prints etc. Have you found this to be an effective way to sale some of your work? I’ve a lot of older paintings and drawings that I’ve not shown in a long time and thought I should make some into prints.

    Bob Martin

    August 25, 2006 at 8:17 pm

  3. Dear Bob, I sell prints in some public places, not galleries, it’s going ok, not something to live of but helps.
    The postcards are good, because I sell them bulk to shops and then they sell it for me so I get paid for it straight away.
    I never sold sketches, so I have no idea about the market there. But your drawings look really good it would probably go very well.
    I have a lot of enquiries through internet so I am thinking about setting up a shop online, pay pal only, have you ever thought about that too?

    Angela Ferreira

    August 28, 2006 at 10:01 am

  4. Hi Angela, I’ve set up a Paypal store. The site is called bmartinpaperworks.com. I want to be very active in having my work available for sale. I don’t have a pricing strategy, but I will figure that out later. For now the most important thing I feel is to get feedback from the universe and grow from there. I also intend to make prints of some of my older paintings that I don’t intend to show at a gallery. Thanks again for your feedback, you are a great support.

    Bob Martin

    August 29, 2006 at 4:04 pm

  5. Bob,

    I’ve just stumbled here from somewhere, and with a little poking about found this post.

    I’m always in awe of people who have been/are going to art school, and I’m even more in awe of people who create art that other people want to buy.

    It is quite a wonderful process, I imagine.
    And you’ve got some rather beautiful pieces on your site.

    Take care,

    ams

    ams

    October 7, 2006 at 11:26 pm

  6. ams, thanks for stopping by. I had started to view your site about a month ago and appreciate your creativity and point of view. Have you shown your work in galleries or other forums?
    Bob

    Bob Martin

    October 8, 2006 at 12:29 pm

  7. “Have you shown your work in galleries or other forums?”

    Gosh, no.
    I post online in a couple of locations, but the world of galleries and people wanting something of yours in their personal space seems terribly far away.

    I’ve been looking around your site a little more, and am enjoying your meditations on these things.

    Ta,

    ams

    ams

    October 11, 2006 at 1:18 pm


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