i am an artist, who know where i can sell my works online free,
Try the GLC Arts and Crafts Online Mall. Your can open a shop and list up to 12 items free.
you can try out www.artyii.com. if not, you should at least take a look. a catch though, you have to be based in Asia! good luck! (i know because i've sold a couple and gotten gallery representation through them) all the best!
Try redbubble.com for making prints, cards, postcards, and tshirts for free. At deviantart you can do that and make puzzles, mugs, etc. but they are less professional imo.
To sell actual art I think there is some site called 'fineart.com' or something. I am not sure.
I don't know what kind of art you do, but you can try zazzle aswell, they are really easy to use. Good Luck!
I have no idea, but wish you all the luck in the world. God Bless !!
I found several sites where you can upload your artwork several months ago. Unfortunately, didn't keep a note of them. However, will use the search facility on the righthand side of top toolbar when I need to know again. have you tried doing this?
I have also been looking for places to sell prints of my work over the Internet. I think I'll do an experiment and post the same or similar artwork to a few and see which websites sell the most of my artwork (if anything sells).
I'm suprised no-one has mentioned Ebay.com or Etsy.com, they are thriving with people buying art. You just need to set up a shop.
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