A visual artist creates, exhibits, and sells works of art.
Each piece of art produced has many types of information linked.
The artist can indicate their presence at an exhibition or in the creation process.
The software can produce plaques that include a scan code that opens the artist’s dashboard.
Each piece can be tagged with fields used for filtering searches.
Each work can be marked as
not for sale,
for sale, or
for sale can be configured as one or more of
An artist can enable one or more sales methods.
A set price is assigned to the work.
Buyers can offer an arbitrary amount for the work. This amount offered can be less than the fixed price if one is set. The artist can accept or reject the offer.
Best offers allow a seller to consider a buyer's reputation, location before commiting to the sale.
The seller configures a work with
Accept Best Offers. This results in a
Best Offer section listed on the work's
A buyer submits a best offer amount.
The seller receives an email with details of the offer.
The seller responds by accepting, declining, or countering.
The countering process proceeds until the offer is accepted/declined by the peer, cancelled by the offer initiator, or expired due to no response.
Best offers are automatically terminated if the item is sold at a fixed price, auction, or a best offer from another buyer is accepted.
A work can be auctioned, with options to configure start date, end date, and reserve prices.
Several payment methods are supported.
The buyer can pay the venue or artist directly.