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post #11 of Old 12-06-2015, 09:10 PM
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Woooow Terry, I have no words ._.

You did an incredible work here!


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post #12 of Old 12-06-2015, 09:38 PM
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This one is definitely one of my favorites.

It's a very peaceful painting.

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This painting was just sold to an online friend that lives in Hawaii. WOW..never shipped to Hawaii before. I think I will be doing this one again and put it up at the flea market. I'm also thinking about doing a larger canvas for my house.....Life is good!



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Really like it!
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I wouldn't change a thing! It is beautiful and congrats on the sale!



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I hope you are being fair to yourself in pricing these works.

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Congrats on the sale!

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post #18 of Old 12-11-2015, 08:10 PM Thread Starter
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I hope you are being fair to yourself in pricing these works.
Not really. This one I sold for $17.99. I'll up my prices eventually. I just don't feel comfortable yet. I have a formula. I estimate the cost of the materials used then I use a markup depending on my subjective opinion of the quality of the painting. I categorize it as poor, fair, good, very good, superior.

Never have gotten a superior yet...but I will some day. AT these prices they sell at the flea market and to online friends, and that keeps me from being over run with paintings and eases the expenses a bit. My only goal is to be able to do more of what I love to do.

Now on Etsy I'm way over priced. I have one up there for $85. It's an experiment.



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Not really. This one I sold for $17.99. I'll up my prices eventually. I just don't feel comfortable yet. I have a formula. I estimate the cost of the materials used then I use a markup depending on my subjective opinion of the quality of the painting. I categorize it as poor, fair, good, very good, superior.

Never have gotten a superior yet...but I will some day. AT these prices they sell at the flea market and to online friends, and that keeps me from being over run with paintings and eases the expenses a bit. My only goal is to be able to do more of what I love to do.

Now on Etsy I'm way over priced. I have one up there for $85. It's an experiment.
HOLY COW..are you kidding me? You sold this for $17.99!!??? You are not being fair to yourself AT ALL. This painting is worth way more than that. WAY more. It's a beautiful piece. Before you price...set your painting aside for a bit and come back and look at it with an objective eye. You don't have to be superior to get fair prices. You should get what your art is worth and at this point your art is worth considerably more than what you are charging. Your early pieces I could see you charging that much but you have evolved and grown so much since then Terry. Your prices need to grow and evolve with you.



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You are so sweet Chanda.



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