Marketing ART Agency


Imagine a beautiful house in your hometown. Nobody in the town knows about it and the route to that house is messy. The house has means of existence as nobody knows about it.

It’s of no use if you have an awesome product or service when people don’t know it. No business is exempted from this rule. Your art gallery business is not either.

The beautiful house in the town is your art gallery works in the example. In this contemporary world, where everything changes rapidly, making profits in art gallery business is not like sipping a hot coffee.

From a marketing bird’s eye, the game has changed a lot and rules got updated, get help managing affiliates oriented to ecommerce art marketing.

Since we love the artwork and small businesses, we found these marketing practices to boost your art store sales.

Store ambiance

Where would you like to purchase a product if you had been to the store where everything is enticing, with a luminous display, stimulating scent and painting frames put up on a neatly polished wall? Or a store where a doom dull atmosphere sending negative signals with unorganized product display?

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No, for the second store, obviously. Though your product quality matters the most, decorating always helps. Design your store so that people fall for store design first and artwork later.

Create a loving ambiance with stimulating scents, pleasant music (probably trending songs). Remember, “Looks matter”. A visitor who is not a targeted customer would love to be in your store and can spread the word about the beautiful design he loved at your gallery. That’s how a visitor becomes your marketer.

Retail store

You know how McDonald’s made it to billions in very short time?

The answer is franchising. You may not like franchising your art gallery but when you know that franchising can simplify your work and get customers you would right?

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No, I am not asking you to franchise your business. But you can ask retail shops to showcase your designs in their stores. You can pay them a commission amount when someone buys your design. Yes, it is kind of affiliate marketing. It is win-win marketing, by showcasing your beautiful designs he could attract more people to his store and he could also earn some money.

Showcase your design on your windows. Keep it fresh, change them often.

Exhibitions and conferences

Selling is easy when you meet a person who knows the value of a product. Exhibitions and conferences are mostly loaded with professionals who know the real value of an artwork. Exhibiting your awesome piece of work at conferences is a sure way to market your designs.

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Get all the information like place, theme, duration, and audience, as soon as it is announced. Reach out to the event organizer or committee through mail or contact. Explain the how you could give visitors the best experience through your artwork.

Someone who attends an art and literature summit would love your designs about people, nature, and imaginative illustrations. You might have heard many people saying” I love floral paintings, I like watercolor paintings”. Your marketing is a lot easier since they love the art most.

Viral contributor

Did you ever notice a small box with sarcastic yet thought-provoking cartoon in your local newspaper? Those are editorial cartoons. They look simple but they have depth information embedded in them. You know what? people love them. Statistic of hundreds of websites which make money just by putting these clips online made us say this.

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Draw a cartoon or image on trending topics. You could create something about North Korea and South Korea in Winter Olympics, US president Mr. Donald Trump’s new decision or Elon Musk’s SpaceX new space exploring victory. It could be anything which is trending.

Send it to your local print works, newspapers or magazines. If your art is interesting, you must get inquiries for more details about your work. Your targeted audience will walk into the store. That’s your ultimate goal in the end right?