“His latest work “Damage” is a sculpture composed of 1,200 suspended black ping pong balls which, when viewed from the right angle, form the shape of an assault rifle. The project is meant as a catalyst for a wider discussion … Continue reading
I love this sculpture. It makes me want to visit the High Museum of Art in Atlanta to see what else they have to offer. I recently moved within driving distance of Atlanta and I have been wondering whether or not I should visit the museums. Thanks Terminus Lens for sharing your iPhone photography!
Last year I spent several months learning about creating ceramic vessels on a pottery wheel. I miss this form of art. I might just have to find a place in town with pottery wheels to work on it some more.
Sustainability Arne Quinze uses concrete and wood for this installation. “Working with natural materials gives the installation a very pure and human aspect. I always work in a sustainable way. This is one of the most important things for me. … Continue reading
This was a helpful article for fine artists on selling their work.
“How do you sell your art?”
There is now a multitude of options for selling your art, many more than existed a few decades ago thanks to the Internet. You have to troubleshoot which venue is most appropriate for you and your work, as different venues will provide different results. My suggestion would be to experiment with different venues and see what works and what doesn’t.
A large factor of selling art is marketing and promotion. I’ve seen artists with mediocre work doing extremely well because their work was aggressively promoted the right way. I’ve also seen some really wonderful artists who haven’t done as well because their work wasn’t marketed appropriately.
Below I list the main venues and opportunities for selling your work. Some of the venues below have a highly selective screening process, while others are open to anyone.
1) Selling online
Now with sites like Etsy and
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This semester I took my first ceramics class. Here are some of the things that I’ve created so far. If you’d like to get a better look at them check out my Facebook page.
I would like to go there sometime, it looks amazing!