Examples of places to sell art include online sources such as Etsy, FineArtAmerica.com and ArtFire.com. Other online resources for selling art are ArtPal and Artplode.
Etsy is an Internet marketplace that allows artists to sell handmade art and crafts or vintage items. Artists open an online shop through Etsy and pay $0.20 per listing, as of 2015. This marketplace helps artists reach buyers from all over the world. Original paintings, prints and all sorts of handmade goods are sold through Etsy. Sellers on Etsy have the option to join teams and connect with other like-minded artists to help each other promote.
FineArtAmerica.com allows artists to upload images of their work and sell prints at their own price points. Buyers have the option to purchase the print in paper format, on throw pillows, greeting cards, iPhone cases and clothing. FineArtAmerica.com takes care of all the printing, framing, matting, packaging and shipping. It also collects payments from buyers and sends the profits to the artists. This company also offers marketing and sales tools for artists to utilize for boosting their careers.
ArtFire.com is very similar to Etsy. Artists open online shops with ArtFire.com and utilize marketing tools and community connections to reach global buyers.