Thanks to everyone who attending this evening’s broadcast. The recording is now available.
The link Barney mentioned x.co/125place – 250 online galleries
Online galleries continue to fascinate collectors and artists.
The fact that many models have come and gone has not slowed the entrance and pursuit of new online gallery venues. It is not just optimism, these virtual galleries present a real opportunity for the gallery owners and participating artists, which is why interest in the business model remains keen.
As with art, itself, online galleries come in many different varieties. Some serve the originals market, some serve as an adjunct to physical galleries, others offer complete print-on-demand services, including framing and shipping fulfillment. Running the gamut from Saatchionline.com to Etsy.com, with Amazon, eBay and now, Google, jumping in the mix, there is much to think about for artists seeking to sell art online.
On Tuesday, March 11, art marketing experts and co-presenters, Jason Horejs, owner of Xanadu Gallery and publisher of RedDotBlog.com and Barney Davey, author of numerous art marketing books, and publisher of ArtBusinessBlog.com will jump into the topic of online galleries. Their goal is to help visual artists learn more about how to use online galleries successfully, explain their up and downsides, and much more.
Have you always wondered what it takes to show your work in galleries? Is your work being seen by qualified collectors?
In his Amazon.com best-selling book, Xanadu Gallery owner Jason Horejs shares insights gained over a life-time in the art business.
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