This is the second part of our podcast about the best ways to present your artwork. In this part, we cover more of the physical side of presenting your art rather than sharing it virtually on social media.

Ep 71 The Importance of Presenting your Artwork Part 2

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Some of the things we discuss about presenting your artwork

  • Try virtually framing your art to test out ideas
  • Sandra recommends going to a professional framer and she explains why
  • Thoughts on choosing frames and mounts
  • Ideas on picking out colours from your paintings or where your painting will hang
  • Types of glass for paintings
  • Ideas for posting out your art when you sell it so your buyer loves it
  • Packaging up your art – Sandra gives an important tip on packaging oil paintings
  • Thoughts on business cards and email lists

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What is your favourite art-related joke?

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