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One member emailed me and asked if she could post her non FAA sales in the recently sold discussion we have going in the group.
so we agreed to start a special discussion to post your non FAA sales as well.
Tell us a bit about them and whether they were commissioned work or otherwise.
Would love to see where members are also promoting their sales, away from faa.
I am sure it will help some of us further sales.
I am posting one here that I sold on Red Bubble, a recent one tat sold as an Iphone case
if you wish to leave AND SHARE a link to where you are selling your art, other than FAA, Please do so :)
I have been using Imagekind.com for several years with a modecom of success. FAA is my secondary site, one where I have a lot of fun besides selling prints. I felt it was worth it to have an additrional outlet. I will admit that I like the price of a PREMIUM account at FAA more than at Imagekind.com, but I still keep my other account because many only shop at that site.
These are the last three images I've sold at Imagekind.com (March 2012 - Aug 2012)
I sell quite a bit on Zazzle - not art prints, though. I like keeping that in just one place if I can - though I have also opened my own gallery in Inverness, Scotland - http://www.facebook.com/galleryhakon - where I sell prints and originals, though mostly bookmarks and greeting cards so far.
commisioned for a worker from up north who wanted a painting of trees from where he was
this sold when customer picked up her commisiones painting
I have many others that sold & greeting cards as well
this sold for a 50th birthday gift ...
I am excited I sold a print " Blow The Breast Cancer Away"
I have been on FAA for a long time and my sale came from Linkin. I belong to several groups and stay active in discussions with those groups.
From this marketing I also have a company in th UK who I am in the early stages of negotiations to license my art for gift products and fabrics.
It takes a lot of time I spend a couple hours a day working on marketing. But it is begining to pay off.
I SOLD THIS PAINTING AT THE STRANGE FOLK FESTIVAL yesterday in O'Fallon, IL. It is a juried outdoor arts festival that happens every year:. I sell a lot of my art at these outdoor and indoor festivals. I do at least six a year:
I sold my Original Garcia Painting to my neighbor down the street. I post my work to face book and then from there, I do another share posting to their wall with my friends etc..
This way you know that your getting their attention, however I only do it here and there.... I don't want to over load face book walls.
Then, I received a commission work.... from a friend of a friend on face book. Someone that lives near by us and I do know. They just had a baby and I am doing a portrait of her.
So even though they might not buy something at first, they are watching!!!!!! So this promoting does work... :) hope this helps
sold on Redbubble, 2 matted prints, 1 greeting card!
these were all sold as mounted prints
congrats all,,,, fantastic works!!
I have asked local business to hang some of my work , and have gotten great response. Wonderful promo in reception rooms which hopefully will lead to sales. I am currently working on calendars with my guy, he restores and rebuilds vintage Harleys, so good promo for both of us!