Three time tested (the real deal) formulas for pricing original artwork, plus my personal method.
How good would it feel if someone said, "I love that! How much is it?" and you could give them a price without stammering? Winging it? Or blurting out a price you regret later?
It would feel super-good!
I know because I've been there!
1. You're creative.
2. You've worked hard at improving your art skills.
3. You're getting positive feedback from your fellow artists, your instructors and friends and you're starting to think about getting your art out into the larger world.
You want to get your artwork *out there*, but when it comes to pricing your artwork, you're unsure of yourself and confused. #totallybeenthere
It that's you, then this training was created with you in mind.
3 tried-and-true methods, plus one made-up (by me) method.
You've got lots of options to choose from here. Pick the one that's best for you.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long do I have access to the course?
As long as the course exists you'll have access to it.
Is this class only for beginning artists?
Not really, artists in all phases of their career often have pricing questions. Most of the time artists just wing it. It's nice to remember there are step-by-step ways to approach pricing.
I want to know how to price my giclee prints.
This course is about pricing original artwork. However, I have links to online articles about pricing reproductions in the resource section.
Maggie Ruley is a studio artist living in Key West, Florida.
Her colorful paintings and tropical pottery are collected world wide and can be found in many island homes. She has been featured in the Key West Citizen, the New York Daily News, and other publications.
Her handmade ceramic flip flops have been sold in gift shops all along the east coast and in California and Hawaii.
Her studio and gallery is located in the Historic Seaport area of Old Town Key West.
Maggie Ruley - Island Inspirations
933b Fleming St.
Key West Florida 33042