Color Splash Art Certificate

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    A Certificate I will be using for selling my artwork.

    1. ipad junkie 87 months ago | reply

      You should probably say that it will be backed up on your computer but not distributed in any way to the general public.

      You should always backup your work. i assume you do, and if so, it is better to cover yourself.

      Sorry, just the lawyer in me shining through!

    2. suzi54241 87 months ago | reply

      good point, glad we have a lawyer on our side. And fun/cool certificate.

    3. ipad junkie 87 months ago | reply

      You know, I 've been giving a lot of thought to selling the art (though I haven't sold one piece yet) I have actually thought that perhaps I am prolific enough to sell just one piece of each work and destroy the digital file.

      On the other hand, I met an artist yesterday, at an art fair, who is quite prolific, and what he does is he limits the prints to 250 of the smaller pieces, and 100 of his larger works. And the real small pieces, he keeps "Open Ended", which I guess means that he can keep running them.

      I am really on the verge of creating a career out of my artwork and fully vesting in creating and selling. It's just too much fun, and I really enjoy it more than anything else I've done up to this point in my life.

      Raheem, did you sell those pieces in the NY show that you posted?

    4. ipad junkie 87 months ago | reply

      Oh, and also, yes a cool certificate. I was told by my printer that I should create something like that for my works as well.

    5. suzi54241 87 months ago | reply

      FYI... if I go to the expense of printing on canvas I only make 1, same with aluminum... And I only make 25 digital 5 x 7 ish matted prints. I want my supporter to feel special. If I was asked for a particular size off my flickr I would do it.... But alas it hasn't happened. I do not complain. I must paint and the good news my gallery does make a little money off me.... because of this thread I too am thinking of making a certificate, till now it's all been word of mouth. Thanks EYE for the discussion.

    6. Eye of The Sun God 87 months ago | reply

      No problem. I had no idea it would spark a debate. :) This has been on my mind for a while now with the shows I've had. I found a great site (art.com) that actually prints on canvas. The idea is to have iPad art on canvas for future art shows. @Rick I usually just keep all of my files on the actual iPad because I sync rarely but it couldn't hurt to back up commissions too.

    7. Eye of The Sun God 87 months ago | reply

      @Rick: Nobody really sold at the New York Show. I figured it might be that way. I'll keep putting my work out there though. @Susan: Thanks for the kind words! :)

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