How Much To Sell Your Paintings For
You see, if a gallery only pays you $1000 for your art, but they sell it for $4000, buyers perceive your art as being worth $4000, not $1000, and that's good for you in the long run.
$150 x 2 $300. 3. Then I put it all together: $1,900 + $300 $2,200 (the retail price). When the painting sells from a gallery, my cut after the 50 percent commission is paid comes to $950 for the painting and $150 for the framing, for a total of $1,100.
Your price should reflect the money and time you put into creating your art.. If you're thinking of selling work from your studio at lower prices than your gallery, .
In my many years of selling my artwork (and selling my teaching, consulting, music performances, and a whole lot more, as well), I've had to learn how to set my .
You may even raise your prices on your very next sale.. I don't know about you, but $40 seems awfully small price for a painting by someone who commands .
I am thinking of having prints made of some of my watercolor paintings and selling them on sites like Etsy. I'm not sure how to go about having prints made, as far .