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Looking for Honest critique for sales and presentation of my art.
I create quire often (truth be told, more concerned about exposure than money generated , supplies aren't cheap though).
Any pointers At all will help.
I like your stuff man its very creative. I've been on this site what seems like forever (really only been about 3 months) and still haven't sold anything but i dont worry weither its my work or not.
The only person you have to please with your work is yourself. Art isn't about money but we both agree that some income would help to pay for the lenses and cameras but dont be worried that your stuff isn't any good. I like your works.
OK, I like the image below but it leaves more questions in my mind and would in the mind of a potential buyer.
Where is this? What happened to it? How did you come about this spot. Descriptions help google find you and they help sell...
When it comes to selling photographic images it often comes down to location location location. Not many people will find this searching for auto or sand. The categories are too broad, but if you had The __________ Valley, in ____________ county near ___________ state then maybe someone else that has stumbled upon this site might go hey, here is an image of the buggy we found out hunting back when.
I asked this same question at one time but what I came to realize is what other people think of my art isn't important. It's what I think of my art and if I'm happy with it that's what is most rewarding to me. Making a sale is just the icing on the cake. I will never paint, or photograph something just because I think it's 'commercial'.
When you're not creating, work on promoting yourself. There seems to be a buyer out there for ever style of art but if they never find you you'll never sell.
Anyone who claims they create art only for themselves and they are not worried about the commercial appeal has no business
trying to sell their work. Keep it in your closet and look at it on Christmas.
I'm always thinking about a potential audience when I do any type of creative work.
you have photo's, paintings, i guess that one is a sculpture. when people log into your store provided they know your there in the first place, they will associate one kind of art with you. but since you have a couple of photos. and other things mixed in, it can confuse people what your are trying to sell. like if someone came in on your painting, they may assume that's what you sell. but if they came in on that snapshot of the two dogs, they may leave thinking the rest of the album only has those things.
Make separate galleries and place the images as they might be categorized. For instance, one gallery might be "nature watercolors" and another "cars". Put descriptions for each piece, too as well as tags.
As for critiquing the work, the only thing I notice (keeping in mind I am old and old school), your lines aren't clean where one might expect them to be and there is also canvas popping through. Working with watercolors ain't easy, but you can keep the line clean without running over each other.