Add Your Art to Our Upcoming Live Online Art Auction Holiday Sale

1914 Santa Claus in japan

1914 Santa Claus in japan (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

We know it’s only August, but we are thinking ahead to the holiday sales season!
Artists, if you like the idea of selling your art in a live online holiday art auction, Artist Marketing Resources plans to hold an online auction via the Tophatter site this coming November!

This is an advance notice to get your artworks ready for holiday sales in our upcoming online auction which will take place on a date in November (to de decided).

For all Artist Marketing Resources blog readers, a $5.00 credit will automatically be added to your free Tophatter account when you sign up using this link: (please copy and paste into your browser)

If you think you would like to participate in our online auction, then please leave a comment. Tell us what holiday art item(s) you’d to include auction off. Not sure yet? Take a look at some of the auctions current on Tophatter will get you thinking! Leave a comment including your thoughts. We’d like to hear your ideas.

The idea for this holiday art sale came from Brooke, of Tophatter, a free, online, live auction site looking to solidify its presence in the handmade community.

Brooke wrote:

Dear Marie,

We think your blog, Artist Marketing Resources, would be a great fit for our Tophatter partner program and would like to invite you to participate.

Tophatter is a live, real-time auction house where sellers from all over the world auction off items in an exciting, interactive environment.  We run daily auction rooms featuring handmade crafts, jewelry, home decor, gourmet food, fashion and other artisan categories.  We’d love to work with you.  You can definitely run an auction of your blog readers artwork.  Attached (links below) is some information on privately branded / community auctions.

4 thoughts on “Add Your Art to Our Upcoming Live Online Art Auction Holiday Sale

    • Hi Leon

      Absolute! Will love to have your work. I will keep you informed well ahead of time. Things you might think about: will the prints be offered framed or unframed? Listing the type of paper, are they limited edition prints, signed by the artist? All things potential buyers usually want to know.


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