I realize this is a pretty general question and hard to judge as it's based on per show, but overall I've heard landscapes sell better than anything. I wasn't sure if that is nature, or cityscapes. Additionally, a lot of artist have told me that swit
Earlier this year I purchased propanels and a tent, lights,etc. and was planning to start doing a lot of art festivals and then proceeded to strike out at 3 major shows in New England. Well, I did cover my costs at the Marlborough, MA Paradise City s
Transportation and storage boxes, perfect for 2-D artwork. I used them for several years to transport and protect my photography, however I have now retired from doing art shows and no longer need them. Each box is made from heavy corrugated plastic
I've been wanting to do art festivals for some time but decided this year to give it a go. I spent February making a new series of work (I make oil figurative paintings). I just purchased a tent and mesh panels and took a photo of a setup.
Offering 6' wire mesh panels plus 18" extenders complete with bases. Also have wonderful black fabric covers and numerous hooks for hanging two dimensional work. Strong and sturdy. Used to hang large work framed in glass. In great shape. Best offer!
I have a subscription to the magazine called American Art Collector. There are a few interesting advertisements in there, and one I wanted to mention for those paintiers working au plein air. Heck, this might even be an opportunity for photogs to get
I guys, my name is Lee White and I'm a new member here. I've been doing fairs for about 3 years and just started getting serious about it. I'm currently a children's book illustrator and am working on my 17 published book. A life filled with publishi
I've applied to both the original and State Street art fairs. I have never done the Ann Arbor Show, but have been strongly encouraged to try it. I'm not even sure if I will get in to either show, but want to know which show is considered more desirab
Hi everyone, I am living out in North East Iowa and have done a total of two art shows. One good and one bad. The first one was ceramics which sold pretty well and was great for me to see my first art show (Artapalooza at cedar falls). And the second
I was wondering if anyone had some good suggestions for a less expensive varnish for acrylic paints. Now that my painting business has expanded, I'm finding that the varnishes I've been using (Liquitex, Golden) are pretty expensive. Any suggestions
I really want to frame my work because I think it adds dignity to it, I like it framed! But some tell me that is not worthy....Is there a special place you would recommend by experience, $, quality, and liability? Some advices about framing?
A few weeks ago someone commented in this forum about a new product called "art bags" or "art pacs". They were designed to protect artwork during transport. It was NOT gallery pouch. I can't find it anywhere. Does anyone else remember, or know of thi