Oil painter Cynthia Feustel is the founder's mother and the inspiration behind Artwork Archive. Artist Dage's Public Profile is featured in our thumbnail. See more of her work here.

Imagine that you have a beautiful online portfolio where you can easily share your art with buyers. Now imagine the rewards increased exposure can bring. It’s now possible with Artwork Archive’s Public Profile Page.

Linked directly to your inventory, the Public Profile acts as a polished online portfolio showcasing your best work and making it easy for buyers to get in touch with you.

Here are three ways you can use this new feature:

1. CONNECT WITH BUYERS AND COLLECTORS

Showcasing your art to buyers online is an excellent way to reach a wider audience, but commission can be a deterrent. So, how do you easily connect with buyers via a professional online platform without it? Look no further! Artwork Archive now allows you to directly connect with buyers and collectors.

Interested buyers can contact you directly through your Artwork Archive Public Profile. All they need to do is click on the “Contact Artist” button. They can also easily ask about a specific piece through the “Inquire About Piece” button. You process the sale - we recommend PayPal - and keep the proceeds. Which pieces and prices you want to make public is up to you.  

Lawrence Lee - a painter from Tucson, AZ - recently sold a piece on his Public Profile.

UPDATE: Lawrence Lee has sold over $20,000 worth of art from his Public Page.

2. ENHANCE YOUR PROFESSIONALISM

You artwork is thoughtful, polished and beautifully executed – shouldn’t the website that represents your work have the same qualities?

Artwork Archive offers a simple way to create an elegant online portfolio of your work. Just select the art from your inventory that you wish to display on your Public Profile, and you’re done! Your art is beautifully presented in an online portfolio that you can share with prospective buyers and galleries.

Plus, you can customize your Public Profile with personal information such as a brief artist bio and social media links (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.) to help visitors connect with you and your art. 

Liz Crain, a ceramics artist out of Northern California, has received gallery interest through her Public Profile on Artwork Archive.

3. EASILY BUILD AN ONLINE PRESENCE

You don’t have to be very tech savvy or hire the Geek Squad to maintain your Public Profile on Artwork Archive. Artwork Archive is extremely user-friendly so you can spend less time on the computer and more time in the studio.

Artwork Archive makes it easy to inventory all your artwork with details like size, medium, price, and notes (e.g. your inspiration behind the piece). Then, simply select the work you want to appear on the Public Profile. Managing your inventory and promoting your work in one place will help you stay organized and grow your business.

“I’m excited to use the Public Profile Page because it’s going to add to my presence on the web and will give people one more way of getting in touch with me. It sounds awesome!” - Artist Heather Arenas

Artist Teresa Haag's Public Profile on Artwork Archive.

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