How to Find an Art Publisher?

Is your dream to see your art “everywhere”—from Home Depot, Target, Costco, gift boutiques in your home town and all over the world? If so, you’ll need to have your art represented by a fine art publisher. In this post learn how to submit your art and what to expect...

Why Do You Need a Certificate of Authenticity?

If you don’t already have one, every fine art print should be accompanied by a “Certificate of Authenticity”. This document provides your end customer with the confidence that the finest archival materials were used during the printmaking process and also...

How to Choose Your Best Art?

For many artists the anticipation and anxiety around planning and promoting an art exhibition can be very daunting. These are very natural feelings, partly because it may be the first time you have shown your artwork to the public (maybe even your friends and family),...

What You Need to Know About Limited Editions?

Publishing a limited edition artwork places certain obligations on you as the Publisher, the most important of which are control of the production and monitoring the edition. The process of producing a limited edition requires some advance thought about the size of...

How to Price Your Artwork?

If you’re new to the art world, one of the first things you need to do it figure out how much your artwork is worth. There are no official rules on how to price your art, though here are a few helpful tips that might make your job easier. Please check out our...

How to Sell Your Artwork on Consignment?

I’ve received lots of inquiries about how to sell art through consignment. Partially because retailers do not have the cash to purchase art anymore, but mostly because we live in an area that has a high volume of tourists (would-be art buyers) throughout the summer...