When it comes to selling your work how you price your art is a key step to get right. Having your pricing right means that you will sell your work and sell it regularly. Having your pricing wrong will result in little to no sales. That’s how crucial it is.
'How do I price my art' is one of the most common questions asked by artists when venturing into the world of art sales.  It’s not the easiest thing to do though. Most artists struggle with it. So, if you find it difficult or have made mistakes, you are not alone. 

This guide will show you what not to do and help you to learn how to price your art

How do i price
my art?

Jason O'Gorman 

"Sheelah provided me with some extremely insightful and valuable direction during our brief one to one meeting. Speaking to Sheelah I found she is very attentive and exceptionally knowledgeable about the art industry - be it fine art or digital art, Sheelah has a remarkably solid understanding of the business of art. I would recommend anyone looking to pursue an art career, or looking for a nudge in the right direction, to have a chat with Sheelah. Her advice is invaluable"

Audrey Cantillon 

"Working with Sheelah has given me a real confidence boost. In a gentle way, she showed me where I had made mistakes with my strategy and followed that up with very constructive advice. She helped me better understand strategies for selling art and has given me amazing advise on how to prepare for an exhibition, how to write an artist statement, and how to structure my time / calendar / planning / commissions."


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