FAQs for Artists
How can I promote my work with Arid Fine Art?
Individual artists can have a dedicated page showcasing their work. You can also include links to your own website and other promotional materials.
How do I apply?
Send an email to email@example.com with your name, a description of your artwork and practice, and images from your portfolio or links to your own site.
Can I have a page through Arid if I don’t want to
sell my art on your website?
Yes! Our goal is to connect artists with art lovers in order to support communities and artists! You can use Arid as an advertising platform for your work without selling pieces through our site.
What are your fees?
Please contact us directly for additional information.
I own a piece that I would like to sell, or represent the estate of an artist who has passed, can I sell or promote the work with Arid Fine Art?
Yes! We represent the artwork of historic artworks in our Collections section. If you are the owner of the artwork or executor of the estate we will work with you to sell the pieces through the site.
I have a gallery, can I advertise on Arid?
Not at this time. However, this is something we are considering for the future! Please contact us if you would like to be notified when this feature is available.
Can you photograph my art for your site?
We hope to provide this benefit soon. However, it is not available at this time. If you are interested in Arid but don’t have access to photography services, please contact us and we will reach out when this feature is available.
Do you have shipping requirements?
Yes. We have extensive experience with fine art shipping and handling and value high-quality packing and shipping to limit damage to artworks. We will work with you to ensure that pieces are packaged and shipped appropriately. Buyers are responsible for the cost of shipping. Artists are responsible for the cost of packaging materials.
Can I put a link to a gallery that also represents
Not at this time