Buying and Selling Art

“Enchanted Rock” print – SOLD

Sold my last remaining matted print of this painting of Enchanted Rock, from my early representational days of painting.  I still have 2 unmatted small prints left, and I imagine those will sell eventually, too.

This has been my most popular image for selling prints.  And I…

Sold – Another Enchanted Rock Print

This framed print of Enchanted Rock just sold to a couple who recently got engaged there.  Enchanted Rock is a magical place, the largest pink granite monadnock in the United States, and has a history of human visitation going back at least 11,000 years.

There are numerous…

Paintings Going to New Homes

I'm so happy to have sold a few paintings in the last week! Going to a new home are "Spiral Jetty" and "Tornado - OK - July 2, 1999."

Finding Fine Art: Giving the Gift of Art and More Etsy Treasuries

Some more of my paintings were featured in more Etsy Treasuries; plus I was included in a brief interview about Giving the Gift of Art on the FindingFineArt blog.

Display Your Art for Sale on Facebook

Do you have a Facebook Page, an Etsy account, and/or artwork for sale at Fine Art America?  Find out how to easily display your work from your Etsy Shop and your Fine Art America portfolio directly on your Facebook Page.

Buy My Art

Purchasing Marilyn Fenn's original art; paying via Paypal; shipping policies, guarantee and return/exchange policies.

The Importance of Appropriate Venue

There was a recent blog by artist Robert Genn about an experiment by the famous violinist Joshua Bell -- who usually plays with great symphony orchestras in fabulous concert halls. One day, he went down to the Washington metro station, opened up his violin case, and played for free (and the occasional tip thrown into the case of his million-dollar Stradivarius).

Art Fairs – Not for Me

I never planned on doing art shows of the booth fair type.  I inadvertantly started doing art fairs at the end of 2002 -- sort of in neighborhood solidarity when some folks in my neighborhood started organizing the first Cherrywood Art Fair. At that time, I was reluctant to put myself and my work out in the art world.   The encouragement to participate in the first Cherrywood Art Fair was a nice, neighborly beginning to getting my work out there to be seen (and often purchased) -- and it helped to open doors for showing my work in other venues.

Questions to ask if you want to sell your art, but are not…

Photograph of Painting in situ: | "Hillside at Giogalto" | Oil on Linen | ~18" x 14" | © 2002 Marilyn Fenn -- If you want to sell a piece of art you have done, here are some questions you should ask oneself about that piece, so you can convey the answers to potential buyers:

If I could say it in words there would be no reason to paint.

— Edward Hopper

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Gallery of Recent Paintings

Composition Number 5, 2013 - Acrylic on panel - 12 x 9 - © 2013 Marilyn Fenn Untitled 2015-020 - Oil on Canvas - 8 x 8 - © 2015 Marilyn Fenn Murky Morning of the Soul - Oil on Canvas - 12 x 12 - © 2015 Marilyn Fenn Untitled (2015-006) - Oil painting by Marilyn Fenn