How to Price your Art
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Accurately price your artwork to be competitive and increase your sales!
For any artists who are unsure how to accurately price your artwork, this course is for you! Breaking down all the important factors and numbers that go into creating your equation so that you can consistently price your artwork to sell!
One of the biggest questions in the art business is how to price your art. Accurately pricing your art takes a lot of consideration and analysis which I will break down for you.
There are various methods used by artists when pricing their art. You may be familiar with pricing based on the amount of hours put into the artwork, or based on square area of the surface, or pricing based on similar artist’s work and reputation, or even pricing cherry-picked from the sky without validation. All of which have their benefits, however the method that will secure longevity and fairness in your pricing structure and build rapport with your collectors is to carefully create a tiered pricing structure based on the surface area of your artwork.
- No prior requirements. Just some art that you are ready to sell
- This course is for any artist who has created art that they would like to sell to earn money!
- Students will learn to accurately price their artwork to be competitive in the marketplace
- Students will learn to build a collection of art and products that cover all price points
- Students will learn the importance of consistency in their artwork
- Students will learn how to create passive income from their art. Students will make money while they sleep
Creating Art at all Price Points
You will want to create art that covers all price points to increase your selling potential. Create both high end expensive artwork that costs thousands of dollars all the way down to products that cost $10 or less. Doing this ensures that there is a buyer for your product at all income levels.
Creating Consistency in your Art
Creating consistency in your art is extremely important to your brand. Most artists strive to have a specific look and style to their art that is recognizable and appeals to customers. You want someone to walk into a gallery and immediately be able to identify your work on the wall because it is consistent in style with your other work. While you may vary your subjects, naturally your technique and style will emerge and remain consistent.
Creating Passive Income with your Art
As an artist and creator you have a powerful opportunity to create passive flows of income with your art. When you create art you hold a copyright to that image and idea. You can use this image and idea in very many ways to produce products and produce an income. If you are a sculptor you can reproduce the sculpture hundreds of times.
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