Here is a collection of blog posts and a video to help you sort through the process and learn how to price your art.
The subject of pricing art almost always manages to become part of the conversation whenever artists discuss the business of art. There is as much angst and confusion around pricing art as anything artists deal with on the business side of their art careers.
Alan Bamberger has been one of the smartest persons operating in the art patch for decades. His ArtBusiness.com website is highly trafficked and well regarded. It’s because he is a prolific publisher of useful information as found in this post.
This post is found Cory Huff’s The Abundant Artist website. It is penned by his friend, fellow artist and longtime collaborator, Mellissa Dinwiddie. She is an artist, writer, performer, and creativity instigator, on a mission to empower people to feed their creative hungers. She coaches and consults with individuals and groups, and leads creativity workshops and retreats in inspiring locations around the world as well as online.
Watch this hangout with my friend and co-presenter, Jason Horejs, owner of Xanadu Gallery and me. We cover lots of territories and explore many ideas around the best ways for how to price your art.
This short article from Saatchi Art offers useful tips to help you price your art.
Alyson has been finding new ways to help artists succeed for fourteen years. The work she does stands up to the test of time as this blog attests. Her brand new Art Biz System is an example of the wonderful way she helps artists. Check it out.
The moment you make a mistake in pricing, you’re eating into your reputation or your profits. – Katharine Paine
For visual artists and other creatives, learning how to price your work is a bedeviling process.
You may have become an artist because you were compelled to use your creative talents. However, when you decided to make it a career, it became clear that correctly pricing your art is crucial to becoming profitable.