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RE: The Old Dog Asks: How Can Artists Sell Their Work?

in #art4 years ago

I’ve often wonder why artwork is not sold in larger social gathers myself.

Perhaps it’s merrily because of lack of security or the art work does did not fit well with the typical cliental the venue was geared for.

I think it would be really cool if restaurants had artwork that was for sale. It help change the backdrop and give people a conversation piece every so often new to talk about.

American restaurants the lower to medium end of the scale tend to have a gumball machine, or a claw machine. I can only imagen they don’t bring in much money at all anymore; even more so, since we are starting to go more as a cashless society.

Selling a painting on the walls of where such old and classic machines are standing now would be more performed at least for me.

Imagen the kind of artwork a McDonald’s would be selling lol. Would you like a $5 painting along with your kid’s happy meal :)

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"Imagen the kind of artwork a McDonald’s would be selling lol. Would you like a $5 painting along with your kid’s happy meal :)" Hahaha
Yes different venues can be used!