There’re no listing fees and only a low, flat 2percentage final value fee, only if an item sells.
You can also build free webstores, similar to ebay.
Meaning you can create your categories and names, upload store logo, change colors a little and have a store search feature. You can accept PayPal and Google Checkout. Thanks for the article! Oftentimes another great site is boomboomprints.com. So, thanks for the great list of useful sites. There’s a Free option as well as an upgraded option for only $ 14 dot 95/year. Undoubtedly it’s an online gallery with a POD option. Remember, So there’s no commission charged on sales. A well-known fact that is. Would like to mention LocalArtScenes.com as a brand new service available for artists.
Another print on demand site for you list is my website Hollajack.com.
We offer artists the ability to upload full color designs.
What sets us apart is our direct to garment prints that provide a superior, full color product for the end user. As you may have already noticed, there’s also a vast difference in the quality of the offering of many art related sites. Anyways, mostly there’re literally hundreds and hundreds of places that you can sell art or showcase your work online. You have a great list of showcase websites. You need to add our website to that list for Australia print on demand, You can find us on Fantastic list guys. The actual question is. May I suggest our own website dedicated to portraiture and portrait artists?
Great list of resources!
We’d love you to include ArtsyHome.com in your list.
Very helpful to have one place where artists can go to view their options. It’s Free for artists to register submit their work. We promote our artists online as well as in our 2000000+ print catalogs. Our focus is unique home decor art by artists. I’m sure that the downside to those sites are the commission rates, high membership rates and in most cases dealing with PayPal, rather consequently other payments.
Etsy, Actually I don’t know if it’s top-notch site for my paintings. ONE thing and that was on Zazzle. Thanks again. i am weary of online artsites as I haven’t sold much and it grows tiresome. Even when I haven’t sold anything since I was on there. Therefore, mostly there’s a lot competition today that you yourself has to be smart with promoting. With all that said… HI, just stumble upon this site. Easy to navigate seek for to get all of your social media networks on par with each other, make it easy for people to be connected with you.
Personally I use SMugmug.com as a printer and shipper of my work.
They have their bare minimum rates, and you anyth over that amount.
Say it costs them $ 30 to print out and ship an 8×10 print. Known if you are an artist and would like to submit your work to a website. It’s a well this list does not attempt to list nearly any single online possibility for artists but rather top-notch sites that have the highest standards and offer the most prices are similar but I’m wondering if it my be better to just list one gallery on my own site. All image links and costs are to FAA, as I’m doing best in order to keep it as clean as possible.