Do you want to make money by selling your art online? Today, we’re exploring the best places to sell art online so you can earn money from your passion!

Many people want to become artists but aren’t sure how to earn a living selling art. Maybe you already consider yourself an artist but have trouble making money with your art.

I’m sure you’ve heard the term starving artist, am I right? Well, it doesn’t have to be that way. In this post, we’ll show you how to sell art online and make money, so you can be free to pursue your passion and pay the bills.

As more and more people are selling products online these days, there are many websites dedicated to helping you do the same with your art.

Where you sell your art online depends on what type of art you sell. There are a wide variety of mediums that art encompasses. From drawing and painting to crafting and woodworking, chances are, if you’re doing it, you can sell it and make money online.

Here are some of the best websites and art marketplaces to help sell your art online.

1. Etsy

One of the most popular places to sell art online is Etsy. Since its launch, Etsy has helped thousands of artists and creatives go full-time with their art business. Yes, there are listing fees and a lot of competition, but there is also a massive, engaged audience on their platform. If you haven’t considered selling your art on Etsy, you should check them out.

Of course, with any online platform, you’ll want to put your best foot forward by including high-quality images of your creations. If you’re not sure how to set up your home photography studio — this post covers what you need to know to get stunning photos of your art projects.

Be sure to check out Melanie’s success story of selling handmade greeting cards on Etsy. She offers up great tips for getting started and being successful on the platform.

2. Artfinder

Artfinder is an online marketplace for independent artists to sell their original art—be it painting, photography, sculpture, illustrations, and more! This platform is marketed toward high-end art collectors. On the plus side, buyers are often more willing to pay a premium price for quality work. However, it also means Artfinder’s qualifications for sellers are a little more exclusive. You must apply to be a seller