Dan Posted May 11, 2013 Report Share Posted May 11, 2013 last night I went to a gallery and brought a bunch of my wood turnings to sell to one of the owners. she bought a bunch of my bowls and containers and then the two owners gave me the information on joining with the prices. it basically comes down to 192 dollars for a 12 months 108 for 6 months 60 for 3 months that's basically 16 bucks a month. and then they take 10 percent of the sales. my concern is that it is in a smaller town in the middle of the state. and they have only been around a year. they only get the word out with Face book they don't even have a website yet. they had one band saw box maker who sells his stuff there and the lady who bought my stuff was going to send me his phone number so I can talk to him. thought I would ask if he was able to get his initial investment back since they say he is the second best selling artist there. the owners really like my stuff and the ideas of the stuff that I plan on making with the more complicated inlay techniques. using different stones and they were very enthusiastic about having my turnings in their shop. so those of you that have had anything in a gallery what kind of questions should I ask? what kind of information should I find out before I commit to this place. I feel like the prices are prity reasonable but I don't want to pay them to store my artwork there when I can stick it in a cardboard box under my bed until the next craft sale Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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