Wednesday, 4 November 2015
DO COOL PAINTINGS SELL BETTER IN SUMMER AND WARM PAINTINGS SELL BETTER IN WINTER?
Have you ever studied the seasonal trends in your art sales?
I've been a contributing artist at Daily Paintworks for several years and I've noticed trends in the subject matter of the group, but I'm not sure if that relates to sales or availability of subject matter. From spring through to fall artists tend to paint whatever is flowering at the time. Waves of Daffodils, Tulips, Lilacs, Apple and Cherry Blossom, Hydrangeas, Wisteria and Roses flow through the seasons followed by a deluge of fall colour. Many artists then move on to snowy landscapes but often say they don't sell.
This painting, RADIATE II is available at Daily Paintworks in this black frame. If you prefer to purchase it without a frame as a narrow gallery wrap canvas, I will deduct $25. Contact me for a frameless invoice.
Posted by Sea Dean