There are almost too many resources that will help you sell your art online. Here are 15 great ways to get that canvas, video, book or other piece of art out the door. This list will be updated over the next several weeks with links to experts who will explain how to sell your art through these venues.
Ways to Sell Art Online
- ArtPal – 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.*
- Artplode: On Artplode, galleries, dealers, artists, and collectors can sell art for a low one-off fee of $60 per artwork. No commission is charged to buyers or sellers.
- Etsy – a community of artists who make hand crafted pieces. See our post on How to Sell Your Art on Etsy.
- Artsy.net – a massive, venture-funded online gallery that sells art from thousands of artists from all over the world. “Artsy’s mission is to make all the world’s art accessible to anyone with an Internet connection. We are a resource for art collecting and education.”
- Ebay – the world’s largest auction site. Follow @ebayart on Twitter to get an idea of what kind of art does well on ebay.
- Amazon – the single largest directory of online stores, Amazon turned itself into one of the world’s largest retailers by creating a platform for anyone to sell anything. There are literally thousands of stores that use Amazon as their main source of sales. If you make handmade jewelry, Amazon has a section just for you on their front page.
- Imagekind.com – high quality printing & framing, community, and marketing tips. See Imagekind Power Selling Tips.
- Cafepress.com – for designing shirts, other screen printed things
- Craigslist – in certain cities, people use Craigslist for everything. In Portland, I have seen everything from couches, to cars, to beautiful pieces of art for sale. Think of it as the world’s largest classified ad.
- Artfire.com – a little bit like Etsy, but with a different focus. ArtFire’s Community Directed Development asks their artists to tell them what kind of features and products to build.
- DailyOriginal.com – feature one piece of art each day on the site.
- EmptyEasel.com – the most comprehensive guide to selling paintings on the internet.
- Art.com – One of the largest sites for selling art online.
- FineArtAmerica.com – sell prints at any price you want to set
- Foliotwist.com – ready made art websites w/Paypal shopping cart built in
- Yessy.com – One of the oldest, most popular sites for selling art online.
- (BONUS) One on One Business Coaching for Artists – if you are very serious about your work and have the money to hire a professional.
- (BONUS) Iamattitude.com – alternative clothing marketplace
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