Exhibit your images here
Artfair365.co.uk - a new online gallery for artists, illustrators and
art photographers - has just been launched. Developed by Red Plus
Yellow Limited, artfair365.co.uk is designed as a one-stop shop for art
lovers and artists.
Artfair365.co.uk's creator, James Taylor explained: "As an amateur
artist and photographer, I struggled to find an easy-to-use and
cost-effective way to exhibit and market my art online. Although
services exist where I could create my own individual website, I was
looking for a wider community site that would exhibit my art alongside
others and be seen by a wider audience. Artfair365.co.uk was designed
specifically with this in mind."
Artfair365.co.uk offers different types of accounts - from a Premier
Artist account to a basic free account. Each user has a secure admin
area where they can manage their account, portfolio and profile. Users
can view and reply to messages from potential buyers, and even
advertise art related items for sale such as used art books or
materials on the site.
Prices for paid subscriptions start at just £25 per
year for a Standard Artist Account, which allows users to publish up to
25 images in their portfolio at any one time. The Premier Artist
Account which offers additional benefits (including a personal web
address, comprehensive web stats and a preview on the artfair365.co.uk
home page) costs just £50 per year.
Buyers can browse and search artwork for sale - by subject, medium,
colour etc. - and contact artists directly through the website.
Artfair365.co.uk doesn't take commission on any sales - artists manage
their own sales, as it suits them.
Recent comments from users of the site include:
"There are many art sites on the web but artfair365.co.uk is my
favourite - intelligent without being complicated, simple to use and
search..." Patrick Palmer
"I would recommend artfair365.co.uk to any professional artist. I have
sold 2 pieces of work in 2 weeks!" Kait Ballantyne
"...a superb value site ... unbelievably easy to upload images and
details and looks excellent." Clive Ousley