Artists who run reports on their inventory, to review sales, payment status, where work is located, etc., can now add to that list the following reporting results: • Payment Received Date This is important for tax purposes, as the date you’re paid (year, specifically) is the year taxes apply for that sale. A work sold […]
Collections of work can be shared between the creator of the collection (artist or gallery) with a “connected” recipient. If you are an artist and have been invited (and have accepted) a connection request from a gallery, you can share collections of your work with that gallery. The gallery, once it has received your collection, […]
After months of planning, discussing, debating, conceding, and lots of hard work, the GallerySprout team has released the first phase of its artist/gallery collaboration platform for review by select galleries and artists.
Your gallery has customers you're not even aware of yet. Site data compiled by GallerySprout on search terms related to art show that would-be collectors are browsing the web for original art. Whether those buyers would buy a work online is unknown, but they are looking. Based on Google Anayltics data compiled recently on search terms such as "landscape painting" "New England artists" "Vermont Barn Paintings", an astonishing number of unique searches were conducted over the past three months. In fact, based on a three-month time span, over 900 searches were initiated within the New England states for search terms related to fine art.