3.12.07

Fr. Brown Reader Cover Art for Sale


Just trying a little experiment selling artwork on ebay. Click the title of this post if you would like to bid.

Has anyone else had luck selling artwork through ebay?

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5 comments:

Jef Murray said...

Ted,

Good luck selling on ebay. It's tough to do so, as there are thousands and thousands of artists trying to do the same thing, and it often happens that one's work is lost in the shuffle.

But...best of luck with this! Let us know how it turns out!

WondrousPilgrim said...

You should try selling on etsy.com. It's like ebay, only everything on it is "handmade" and therefore it is much more artist friendly.

I think Abigail has a shop on etsy, so you could ask her about specifics. I do know, as a shopper, it is a blast to browse through their stuff. I buy a lot of gifts and art from them.

Ben Hatke said...

Looks like the auction's going well so far, Ted!

Abigail said...

I haven't sold art personally through Etsy, but had some up there as part of a charity auction.

I do know a lot of people that have had really good results with Ebay. I like Etsy for the handmade/indie crafter vibe, but I think in terms of reaching a larger market Ebay is probably the way to go...

Abigail said...

Whoops, meant to say "Ebay" not "Etsy"