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How-Tos for artists in building up your profile
Do you play a role in the final pricing of the work?
The final pricing for all products needs to be set by the artist. The Artling team will review the pricing prior to publishing and sometimes will request for clarification or suggest alternate pricing, but it is the seller’s choice to heed this advice. We do not dictate the prices of the products you choose to list.
How do I keep my profile fresh?
Your audience is more likely to acknowledge your presence as an active and contemporary artist if you keep your profile up to date. Here are some ways you can ensure this: Be sure to update your most recent artistic involvements. This includes exhibitions both group and solo, any residencies you have participated in, any awards you might have won, or if your works have been acquired by any notable private collectors or institutions. Upload images of your works to our platform at your earl
How do I write my artist biography?
An artist biography is an incredibly important part of your artistic career wherever you may be in it. Most of the time, it’s the first bit of information available to your audience, from readers to collectors. It allows them to understand your motivations are as an artist, what your background is, and reveals significant facts about you and your craft. Writing about yourself can be challenging. Here are some guidelines you should follow when describing yourself in an artist biography: 1.
How do I write the perfect artwork description?
A perfect artwork description attracts buyers by giving them a thorough understanding of what you’re trying to achieve with your artwork. Consider the medium you used, what you were inspired by, and which artists were your inspirations behind the piece. A perfect artwork description constantly keeps the customer in mind and is aimed at telling them how this artwork came about. While there is no set template or guideline you can follow in writing the perfect description, here are some pointers
How do I price my artwork?
The pricing of your work is a very important aspect of your career as an artist. You should be able to clearly explain to anyone asking the reason for your artworks’ pricing. Look at your peers’ artworks in similar media and see how your prices compare. Have your works been included in exhibitions before? Have you won art awards or prizes recently? Consider the cost of your materials. Is your artwork a Unique Work or an Editioned Work? Lastly, make sure you include The Artling’s commission