7 years ago #1
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7 years ago #2
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I agree with you, Cat. We may be reaching three interested groups: -fellow artists, who don't pay much attention to stated prices; -art shoppers, who pay too much attention to them; and -gallery owners, who intend to reprice everything anyway. Should we agonize over prices? Give 'list prices' and haggle from there? Any serious buyer will ask you what you want for a piece. Compulsive shoppers can be safely ignored. A woman asked my prices (I have a few on my site, as a guide) and I gave her a range. She went away. And now I will too.

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7 years ago #3
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I have found a suggested price range most helpful because buyers want to know if hundreds or thousands of dollars are involved. Hope this helps.

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7 years ago #4
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JMO - I'd go for a price range on the first page of the site, certainly no more than one layer deep, and also specific prices on each piece.

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7 years ago #5
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I have found it best to offer a price range for several items and then negotiate on a one to one basis for individual pieces. Has any one tried sculpting medium, winterstone? If so could I please have some hints re use of sculpting winterstone. Thanks Margaret

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