|Myungja Anna Koh||
|Myungja Anna Koh||
Fine Art America review
With the development of the Internet, anyone can upload and sell their work online if they wish. But the competition is fierce because there are so many people who take on that challenge. Therefore, it would be lucky if your work sells like crazy on the Internet. At first, I thought that I would get attention and sell them as soon as I uploaded my paintings online. However, as time goes by, I realize that there are many hidden masters globally, and I am just grateful that there is a space on the Internet to show my drawings instead of selling purpose. And when I put it online like this, over time, my work may sell.
I would like to introduce Fine Art America among various sites where you can show your work on the Internet, check the reaction, and see how it is sold as a product. I joined this site when I first came to the United States and have been using it up to now, updating my works. Up to 25 images are free, and you have to pay to upload more images. Currently, I am satisfied with only the free service and use it.
Fine Art America is the world's largest art marketplace and print-on-demand technology company. 100,000+ Hundreds of thousands of independent artists from all over the world use Fine Art America to sell wall art, home decor, apparel, and more.
If you click the cell menu among the upper menus, you will see a screen where you can select whether to sell as an artist / Photographer or in a gallery unit.
Registration process is easy and simple, you can just put your infos in the blanks like below.
Below is the screen displayed when the picture is registered. It can be applied not only to the frame style but also to products such as bags, cell phone cases, and blankets.
Click the Share link in the menu on the right to get images for use on Instagram
Click on the sales sheet to get a catalog of buyers to deliver to customers.
The window to register an image is as follows.
If sold as a different product, you can try applying price, style, etc.
The reason I have maintained this site for a long time is because of the report function that keeps me informed of the response every week when I upload my work.
At the time, 33 images were free, but now they are limited to 25. Below are images uploaded so far.
I hope this brief review will be of some help to artists who are determined to start over.