We just sold our first metal print off our wall, which was being hung with Velcro strips across the back. We unfortunately didn't realize how difficult it would be to get the Velcro off the back of the print before giving it to the cus
I was accepted into the Neptune Festival in September as an awards-eligible exhibitor, but as this is my first art show, I am a little overwhelmed as to what to expect in terms of inventory needed on hand. I see that the awards-eli
Would anyone care to share what they charge for prints? I am just beginning to sell 5x7 and 8x10's, matted, backed and bagged. I'd appreciate anyone sharing what they sell theirs for and any pointers! Thanks.
We bought gridwalls to display our sublimated metal prints. Our problems are: What is best for securing the metal prints to the gridwalls so they do not fall off. The s hooks we bought were small so it did not feel secure. The metal prints have mo
I've been trying to find a definitive answer to this question on this site to no avail.
As a new photographer to the art fair world I've been advised that I really need to consider selling matted prints. My issue has been finding a way to do so in a
Hello everyone! this is my first discussion here so I am looking forward to some great advice from you all! I sure do need it. I am a new artist (illustrated photography) and have exhibited at just one juried show this past spring. It went very well.
We are learning as we go in our new art business. We are matting and framing an original watercolor. Should my daughter, the artist, sign and title the mat as she does with Limited Edition matted prints. If not, what should we do. Just mat and fr
Hello: I have fairly new here and learning my way around. My daughter and I are new at doing art festivals and need some display ideas. She is the artist and I manage her online stores and festivals. I am more of a crafter but right now I am focus
Hi, Been trying to do a little research to figure out which is more cost effective as of late, which sells better, matted or unmatted (backed with foamcore and bagged) prints. Would love to know what people have found is the better way to go. Wou
Does anyone have any tips for protecting framed prints in print bins from damage? I've had luck selling work already framed (smaller work) and placing them in a print bin for sale but noticed last show that many of the frames and plexi got scratched
I have decided to offer prints of my large pencil drawings. I'm not sure if I should offer small giclee quality reproductions or are photographic prints acceptable? I have high quality professional scans so the image quality is good.