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By Carrie Lewis in Art Business Advice > General Art Advice When most artists think about making money with their art, three things immediately come to mind: selling originals, doing commission work, and selling prints. Some artists might also think of teaching, or design jobs. But are those the only ways to make money as an artist? Absolutely not! In fact, we’ve put together a huge list of 77 ways you could turn your artistic skills into income. Not all of these […]

Susan McDonald
How To Make Your Own Art Prints - Guide for artist business owners – Kim Everhard Art Studio, Diy, Art, Printers, Ideas, How To Sell Art, How To Make Prints, Sell Art Prints, Selling Prints

If you are an artist who is looking to start making your own art prints, this is for you. Maybe you've been ordering them from a printer but your profit margin is really low because the prints cost so much. Maybe you don't want to have to worry about communicating with the printer and making sure they don't make any mistakes. Or maybe you don't make art prints yet and you need to find out how to get started. In this post I'll tell you all about how I make art prints from my original…

Richa Dvibedy
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Sorry if I am doing this wrong; I'm not aware of the 'forum etiquette' as I am new to this site. I have been displaying prints in frames at art shows, but they take up a lot of space. I have many more photos I would love to display, but am not sure how to do it without damaging them. I love the idea of placing them in a scrapbook so people can flip through them, but I do not want them to get bent. I've also thought of simply showing 4X6 prints as proofs, offering a variety of different sizes…

Paul Shain

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