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GallerySprout Beta Release

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. This first release will focus on soliciting input from those galleries and artists using the system to define what it does well, what it needs work on, and what new enhancements might be required to make the system a core tool of a gallery”s or artist”s business.

7 Responses to “GallerySprout Beta Release”

  1. Laurentiu Todie | September 8, 2012 at 3:01 am #

    Just looking around for now.
    Any suggestions?

    • peter | September 8, 2012 at 7:34 am #

      Hi Laurentiu, thanks for joining GallerySprout. If you go to the “artwork” tab and begin loading work, you and those pieces will be instantly searchable through the GallerySprout search tools.

      Check out the inventory, collections, customers and reporting tools, which make it easy to not only keep track of your inventory but to share your work with anyone. And once you have work on the system you can build your own Website in GallerySprout using the “MySite” feature you’ll find at your dashboard.

      We look forward to seeing your work!

  2. Karen Blackwood | February 9, 2013 at 6:43 pm #

    Great idea to connect galleries and customers! A newsletter and “daily art show” with newly posted work? would help you to build a strong search engine. Would also love to see pre existing templates to choose from for design of personal web sites for those of us who are computer challenged. I’ll keep playing around and discovering more about your site Peter.

  3. Peter Batchelder | February 11, 2013 at 6:27 am #

    Karen, thanks, and the idea of bringing artists for display at the homepage is underway. Will be newest artists to GallerySprout, but there will also be a spotlight artist to feature a user who is doing exceptional things on the system.

    As for templates, also underway is a plugin that will allow GallerySprout inventory to be displayed on any website. With so many great CMS tools out there, we didn’t want to force users to use a different CMS to build their site, but did want to provide a way to pull the inventory data from GallerySprout onto a website so that the artist’s public site and their inventory are one and the same.

    That plugin should be ready by April.

    • Karen Blackwood | February 17, 2013 at 1:12 pm #

      Sounds great Peter and would be a wonderful addition to existing web sites.

  4. Deb Ehrens | February 19, 2013 at 5:36 pm #

    I just joined after a friend told me about your site. You advertise it as a place for photographers to manage their work and you allow collectors to search for photographs, but when I went to enter a piece of work, the MEDIUM field, doesn’t have a photograph option….Is this an oversight or do you really not intend it for photographers?


    • peter | February 19, 2013 at 6:16 pm #

      Hi Deborah, welcome to GallerySprout! And thanks to your friend for referring you. We look forward to seeing your work on the site.

      You are correct, in that the omission of photography is (was) an oversight. I have added that into mediums, so it is now available as a medium for you to select while editing your work. Our intention has always been to include artists whose medium is photography, and we apologize for the omission. If you have any further questions, or need assistance with any feature, please email me directly at

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