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Do you sell artwork?

Discussion in 'The Voting Booth' started by ArtLady, May 16, 2002.


Do you sell artwork?

  1. Original Canvases

  2. Giclee on Canvas

    0 vote(s)
  3. Serigraph on Canvas

  4. Photo Offset on Canvas LE or Open Edition

  5. Fine Art on Paper (Monoprints, etchings, aquatints, mezzotints etc)

  6. LE or Open Edition Photo Offset (Poster Art)

    0 vote(s)
  7. Sculpture

  8. Other

    0 vote(s)
Multiple votes are allowed.
  1. ArtLady

    ArtLady SGF, Supreme Grumble Framer

    Many of us have additions to framing that generate extra revenues for our organizations.

    Perhaps we could share some statistics.
  2. John Ranes II CPF GCF

    John Ranes II CPF GCF SGF, Supreme Grumble Framer


    A good question and of interest....related would have been a second question asking "What percentage do Art sales make of your Gross Sales?".

    Of interest is that your one group is LE or Open Edition Photo Offset (Poster Art), where you essentially put $150 - $375 Limited Edition prints (Yes, I know that they are really signed and number reproductions [​IMG] but regardless they are in the same group as $15.00 Portal Publications posters ??? :confused: Are you making a statement, or did you forget to include a distinct category of Open edition reproductions?

  3. ArtLady

    ArtLady SGF, Supreme Grumble Framer

    Hi John,

    I do not mean to offend, but a photo offset is a photo offset. Some are more valuable and collectible but there are only three art markets Original Canvases, fine art (original graphics, etchings, serigraphs, aquatints, mezzotints, monoprints, etc) on paper and photo offsets.

    Which of the three markets would you put them in? I am not looking at price only medium. These questions were designed from my need to discover what art sales diversities there are in this group.
  4. Susan May

    Susan May Gone.

    In our store, not only do we sell the art work (sometimes), but we sell the supplies to the artists.

    Watercolor is big in our area right now.

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