She doesn’t sell her work directly through her website or other online venue. Her first goal in being online is to have her art seen and remembered, to promote her shows, and to be invited to show her work at other galleries or art shows. Her second goal is to sell her artwork at shows and to sell the rights to her work. Kayla is active in a large variety of artist groups, both online and off. She always takes the opportunity to show her work in her groups’ online galleries, which greatly increases and broadens her exposure to potential audiences.
To see her sublime photography and read her articulate, heartfelt words, visit Kayla’s links:
http://agesonginstitute.org/poesis/kayla-garelick http://missionartistsunited.org/artists/378 http://frankbettecenter.org/artist-galleries/artist_kayla_garelick.html http://artspan.org/artist/kayla-garelick http://mesart.com/artwork.jsp.que.artwork.eq.32486.shtml http://artslant.com/global/artists/show/158265-kayla-garelick http://missionartistsunited.org/artists/378 http://theartexplosion.com/art/showgallery.php?cat=500&ppuser=534 http://artsforhealing.com/object3.shtml http://cityartgallery.org/gallery/gallery_garelick.html
Interested in learning more about selling your arts & crafts online? Check out my book Sell Your Artwork & Crafts Online: An Insider’s Guide to the Worldwide Arts Market. And I’d love to invite you to join the facebook page that I started for people to network with other artists who are selling their work online. It’s there for you to post questions, to share your progress and frustrations, and I’ll post lots of free tips about selling and marketing your arts and crafts online.