selling art

Rebeca’s Open Studio

One weekend only! Visit my Richmond studio and take advantage of the lowest prices during this traditional event. I will have an even wider array of gicleé art prints for sale, as well as smaller paintings at affordable prices. Please scroll down to check the map for directions.

This year, beginning on June 2nd, one of my new portraits will be on display at the Old Oakland Train Station at the corner of Wood and 16th Street.

Create a Web Presence That Sells

Drawing of a loudspeaker

Tasks that all artists hate, made more bearable.

You are working diligently on your art, with little time to spend studying the latest marketing techniques or the way these web tools work together. Or you are getting ready to make some decisions about selling your work online but need someone who understands your needs. Don’t you wish a fellow artist could demystify it all for you?

Summary: In this once-a-month series of four classes, I will lead you through the process of understanding how to photograph and keep files of your work, getting a simple website online, or updating the one you have, building a mailing list, and reviewing some basic best practices for artists who want to sell their work through the web.

Format: The sessions are well-spaced by design, to allow sufficient time for working professionals to do the “homework,” small tasks that will ensure success for you and your individual goals. Each class is three hours long to ensure everyone gets their questions answered and leaves ready to complete their assignments.

Cancellations:
Registration fees can only be refunded in full if canceled up to three days (72 hrs) before class. With less than 72 hrs but more than 24 hrs notice, you receive 75% of your registration. If you give less than 24 hrs notice and do not attend the first class, you’ll receive 50% of the registration fee. No refund will be given to students who attend the first class but decide not to continue.