• Art on the Wall
    Marketing,  Supplies and Equipment

    Tools That Help Art Buyers Visualize Your Art on Their Walls

    One of the most difficult barriers to selling art online is showing the artwork in context. Galleries have an advantage because a collector can see what the artwork will look like in a setting. And it makes sense. Buyers want to see the artwork, but they also want to see what it looks like on a wall. In the past, many artists showed their artwork in a digital setting through the painstaking process of superimposing their work over an image of an interior. This can be done with a photograph of a client’s space, or, for purposes of market, with a stock photo. It’s a lot of work and takes…

  • Traveling Artist
    Supplies and Equipment

    11 Organizers and Carriers for Artists who Travel

    Some artists travel long distances, some travel just across town, and some travel to the other side of the studio. No matter the circumstances, packing your supplies and materials so that they remain organized and ready to move can be a challenge. Here are eleven essential organizers and carriers for artists on the go: 1. Canvas Roll-Up Paint Brush Holder This urban canvas paint brush holder features 22 slots. Roll it out while you’re working. When done, just roll it up and tie the cord. Extra slots are handy for pens and pencils too. 2. High Capacity Expandable Supply Case This high capacity pencil case features expandable storage and an…