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Newer artists are constantly seeking ways to be seen. An art website can help but knowing which will help you the most is important.
I first wish to give a set criteria by which one must set in order to determine a direction to follow. As I write I will mention a few reputable sites pointing out strengths and weaknesses of each I have found.
Content in art is one of the three basic components that is found within every work of art. In its most simple definition it is the genre, kind, or style of the art such as still life, naturalism, or figurative art.
This definition while accurate is also overly simplistic. The content must go through the composition process in order to arrive at its finished state.
Selling Art Online Begins With Choosing A Platform
An artist platform will be needed to sell art online. Allow me to say that there is no right platform. To add to that statement there are many wrong ways to use these platforms.
Ultimately you need to figure out what fits you the best. How should it “fit” you? The audience, method of approach to the public (example: in house search), the companies brand visibility, and how well they can target a select audience, all matters.