Tips For Selling Your Artwork


After a little research on our part, we wanted to share with you a few great tips for selling your artwork. We all know that selling your work can be an art all on its own!

(1) Block out and relax the day before any big events (such as an art or craft festival). Make sure you have plenty of energy to get through the event!

(2) Put some thought in the way you organize your booth display. You want your display to be aesthetically pleasing. Additionally, it will show the patron your personality and story of your artwork!

(3) Take notes. After each art or craft festival, you should jot down memorable conversations and selling points that worked with customers. This will help improve your technique!

(4) Don’t give up if you haven’t been making any sales! Analyze what you can do to drive additional sales, and find out what you need to do to improve your sales tactics.

Happy Customers

What kind of tips do you have for when you are selling your artwork at shows? Please share!

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About Howard Alan Events

For nearly three decades, Howard Alan and American Craft Endeavors have allowed more than 10,000 artists to exhibit their original work to millions across The United States. When our company began, our art and craft shows showcased a handful of exhibitors. Today, a typical Howard Alan or American Craft Endeavors event features 100-300 talented artists and fine crafters. No matter where you are, you are sure to find one of our stellar events nearby. Our shows take us to destinations like Aspen, Chicago, Alexandria, Vail, and Fort Lauderdale…just to name a few! Our great outdoor venues, fantastic crafters, and talented artists allow us to consistently be ranked among the top art and craft shows in the country. Visit a show and see for yourself why we are the very best!

One response »

  1. I do not have a tip, but I have seen two types of “art sellers” some are friendly, and others just ignore the custumer. Hmmm sometimes I think the “ignore type” get more sales ?? Don’t know.

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