Tips For Promoting Your Art

One of the best ways to promote your work and increase your visibility in The Shed Gallery is to have a well-organized, well-photographed portfolio with high-resolution images (without a watermark) and detailed information about you and your artwork. 

Make sure your profile is updated with useful biographical information, such as an artist statement, education background, and exhibition history. Adding new work even just a few images at a time and refresh your portfolios keeps interest in your profile and makes you look active.

Before you post an image on any platform or social media upload it first and then use the URL link at the top of the image page to connect the image to where it can be bought. It doesn’t matter how many times you post the image with the link, this is what is called a ‘Call to action’ buy here, click here, order here and so on.

This is a busy time of year and print orders and email enquiries are coming in all the time make the most of it!

Congratulations to the exhibitors who sold images in March, a selection of some of the most recent images sold through the Shed Gallery are below!!

Looking West at Durdle Door by Stephen Banks

Looking West at Durdle Door by Stephen Banks

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Corfe castle by Matt Pinner

Corfe castle by Matt Pinner

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Old Harry Rocks 1 by Steve Belasco

Old Harry Rocks 1 by Steve Belasco

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St. Aldhelm's Chapel, St. Aldhelm's Head by Kevin Ferrioli

St. Aldhelm's Chapel, St. Aldhelm's Head by Kevin Ferrioli

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Oxidise by Chelsea Davine

Oxidise by Chelsea Davine

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