Selling Photography from Multiple Online Galleries

Over the last few weeks I have begun to add more of my photography to FineArtAmerica (“FAA”). No, I am not leaving Redbubble nor Flickr … I’m just diversifying.

I really must thank Marion Cullen for introducing me to FAA, plus a few other local artists who have been displaying their FAA artwork within Facebook. That sold me on the idea to join up and get involved!

Many would know I am a strong advocate, ambassador and artist upon Redbubble. Yet I’m not going to compare Redbubble and FAA, I’ll leave that to others. Both sites enable artists to display and sell artwork. As this is my passion, I am putting different artwork upon each site.

FAA ask $30pa for the privilege: In return, [1] they provide a lot of personal service to every artist, [2] they only provide a location for artists not graphic-artists, [3] their sub-domains for individual artists are multi-faceted and easy to manipulate, plus [4] make it easy for buyers to buy all manner of mediums easily and quickly. (That’s not a comparison to Redbubble, that’s just a list of the few things I like about FAA!)

I welcome you to check out the 40+ images I have already added. Here are just a few.

Sell Art Online Art Prints

Sell Art Online Art Prints

Sell Art Online Art Prints

That’s just a teaser:
I already have another 300+ images ready to be added over the next few months!


Updates to my Upcoming Exhibition

In case you hadn’t heard, read, been told or haven’t accepted the invitation yet, I one of 3,300 people exhibiting photographic artwork during the SALA 2010 festival.

If you are in Adelaide between 30th July and 14th August, come, see, peruse, and maybe purchase my twenty framed photographs of waterscapes around Kangaroo Island.

I’m upstairs at Stall 141 in the the Adelaide Arcade, open between 10am and 6pm (or thereabouts. Some days I am going to visit other SALA exhibitions around Adelaide!)

The opening night is 30th July, between 6.00pm and 9.00pm. I hope to see you all!

What is the updated news?

If you walk past the stall from this Monday (19th July 2010), and look in the window: You’ll see my artwork on the walls. Aha, that’s right, I’ve been given permission to hang the artwork early. There is a reason for this – which will be explained next month!

My SALA 2010 Promo Advert Extra: Those that turn up will find out where I got the idea for the theme: “Lines on the Horizon“.

Big thanks to my sponsors and contributors:

Richard Pascoe, Adelaide's TechGuy

The Islander Estate Vineyards - IEV - Jacques Lurton

Where to Find the Best Christmas Flowers

Without further ado, here are all my flower photographs upon Redbubble. Enjoy viewing, perusing, purchasing and sending to family and friends as Christmas gifts.

Senior Prom by Stephen Mitchell Siblings by Stephen Mitchell Solar Eruption by Stephen Mitchell Friendly Foe by Stephen Mitchell Attack Mode by Stephen Mitchell

Upward Bound by Stephen Mitchell Centrifugal Spiral by Stephen Mitchell No Doubt by Stephen Mitchell

Spanish Dancer by Stephen Mitchell Diamond Rose by Stephen MitchellWild Fire by Stephen Mitchell

Wake Up by Stephen MitchellPink Swirl by Stephen Mitchell Merry Go Round by Stephen Mitchell

Honour and Obey by Stephen MitchellNot Listening to You! by Stephen MitchellBig Red by Stephen Mitchell

Big Red II by Stephen Mitchell On Fire II by Stephen Mitchell Patina by Stephen Mitchell

All in Vein by Stephen Mitchell Stripped in Layers by Stephen Mitchell Baby Triffid by Stephen Mitchell

Mothers Wings by Stephen Mitchell Kabloom by Stephen Mitchell Focal Point by Stephen Mitchell


Without a doubt this is a free plug for MY Redbubble and photographs and flowers. Because it is true: Redbubble artists supply the world with the BEST flower photographs, all of which can be purchased as cards, canvassed, framed and much more!