My Top 10 tips for selling art online. I am sometimes asked for advice on how to sell art online. To be honest, I feel like there is so much I don’t know about Art marketing, but I did sell over 200 pieces, originals and prints last year and half of these were direct sales to collectors so something’s … Read the rest
…I’m leaving today!
This lovely Hereford Cow is now off to live in an apartment in New York, I am delighted to say. I sold it directly through my website galleries.
Just click Galleries – Animals – Hereford Red – click for more details – Add to Cart – Check Out, simple!! The first of many I hope! emmacownie.artweb.com
“This oil painting is simple in construction and technique compared to many of my paintings. I only wish to express (most of my work is inspired by expressionism, especially the Pont Aven school) the brilliant final flowering of Autumn, the final raging against the light.
I simply used fired reds and oranges to express the feeling of the tree’s … Read the rest
Delighted to say I have just SOLD a Giclee print of this painting “In the Light Refracted” via Artfinder – now on it’s way to the USA 🙂
“This ‘refractionist’ work sees the light broken down into light filled colour segments. The foreground dark reds are juxtaposed against the light-singed orange and lushy leafy greens to suggest a green … Read the rest
Here is my latest oil painting – “Tree by the Brook” – 60 x 80cm – £395.
Email if interested in buying.
This is the latest in a series of oil paintings, based loosely on my refractionist style, of a wood in an area of the Gower Peninsula called Ilston. This painting is of a green moss coated tree, lit … Read the rest
Delighted to say I have just SOLD this oil painting “Ilston Brook Bridge via Artfinder a few days after adding it to my collection –
Each work sold is wrapped securely in bubble wrap and cardboard packaging. Most artworks will be sent via Royal Mail or via Parcel Force depending on the size of the painting. Each package will have a tracking number so that you can track progress of