Announcing the Launch of The Fine Art Café Online Art Gallery
“Traditional art galleries have been impacted around the world due to COVID-19, leaving artists with limited solutions for selling their art. This is especially challenging for full-time artists who rely on art shows, exhibits and physical galleries to support themselves.” states Laurie Williams, co-founder of The Fine Art Café’ “We hope that by launching an online gallery, we can help some of these artists as well as provide some direction in Internet marketing for artists.”
The Fine Art Café specializes in showcasing beautiful art by artists from around the world. It serves as a platform for art enthusiasts and collectors looking to discover new talent or to locate that special piece of art that fits their taste and budget. The Fine Art Café provides unique original artwork, as well as reproductions, in a wide range of sizes, mediums, and price points.
Approved artists can set up their own personally “exhibit” in the form of a profile page that features their submitted artwork. This approach has been designed to build a strong connection between art sellers and potential buyers.
“We believe that art heals the soul and who doesn’t need that these days.” states Jan Hackett, co-founder of The Fine Art Café Art Gallery and Founder of The Fine Art Café Academy. “My vision is to offer platforms for enjoying, buying, selling, and learning art. “
A component to the art gallery is the social media extension. The Fine Art Café Art Gallery hosts a dedicated Pinterest account with boards across most major mediums, as well as an Instagram account highlighting the exceptional art from its approved artists. Artists can also engage with The Fine Art Café in social media by using the adopted hashtag, #tfacart or by tagging the gallery using @thefineartcafe.
Visit The Fine Art Café Online at https://www.thefineartcafe.com/
The Fine Art Café
14304 Gate Dancer Lane
Boyds, MD 20841
The Fine Art Café is a joint initiative by founders Jan Hackett and Laurie “Trumpet” Williams. Jan is founder and administrator of the The Fine Art Café Academy and the Brusho Fun Community, where she provides a platform for learning art techniques in Brusho, Alcohol Ink and Mixed Media. Laurie “Trumpet” Williams is the founder and administrator for the Alcohol Ink Art Community, the Alcohol Ink Art Society and Mixed Media Mad Community. She recently launched the Create SmART Academy with well-known alcohol ink artist, Sheryl Williams which features alcohol ink and mixed media art courses. Additionally, Laurie is an Internet marketing consultant and runs ArtBugle, an online community for art marketing tips… a resource she can bring to The Fine Art Café sellers.
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