Fine Art America -Fine art printing.

Art Prints

If you remember, a few weeks ago, guest blogger Michael Cash wrote a very informative article on how to post artwork on the web.
Fine Art America was mentioned.
My curiosity awakened.

Over the last week, extensive research and picking of my fellow artist and friend Kim Santini's brain, has been under way... the result: I've taken the plunge.
Kim's advice and feed-back about FAA was the last little push needed to start swimming in this massive virtual world of fine art printing. (If you have a moment, be sure to check out Kim's super work also available on Fine Art America.)

Fine Art America is the biggest place online for buying and selling fine art prints. The artist provides the image and the info, they do the rest: from printing through matting and framing to shipping.
The buyer can choose between standard prints, canvas prints, framed prints or originals.

I am proud to announce (and show off) my new online printing services.
Carefully selected and now available on Fine Art America gallery are images of both my canine and equine works.
There are new images as well as well loved ones.
The difference though is that, as of today, they are available in a multitude of sizes, framed, printed on canvas or just as cute greeting cards.

All very exciting, oh, and the choice will continue to grow so be sure to check back often.

Now it's back to the drawing board where a gorgeous bay mare is saying "hi" to a gorgeous young child... Cheery cheers!


Wendy Mould said…
That is really interesting Sheona, I have just started posting my work on Fine Arts America too. It does seem to really have a great layout and artists from all around the world. It will be interesting to see how things go.

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