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Baffled and Confused about Selling by rosscry89 on Sat Aug 09, 2014 2:45 pm
I have a painting on ebay and I've only been about to get seven viewer to look at it but no bids. I didn't put it on auction because I've lost money selling that way but I left if open for people to make an offer. But does anyone know of a way to get more people to look at the painting? I have not idea how to market and what I've read isn't really helpful for new artists. Please look at my painting and description and see if that's not the problem.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-Oil-St ... 418517e44f

Any advice and comments are appreciated. Thanks!

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Ancient use of flowers by Florist on Thu Jan 22, 2015 1:45 am
Flowers arrangement start around 2000 years ago in Egypt, they arranged cut flowers in vase or pot historical record tells that they used flowers in their daily use it mean flowers was integral part of their culture. They used flowers in table decoration and processions, flowers also selected for religious use. Greek and roman also used flowers but they did not use in glass vase they use garland, they used flowers leafs on floor and bed, they used all types of flowers like rose, marigold and lily. Flowers also used in medicines because flowers also have health care effect mean flowers used in many types of skin disease. Not only Romans but Chinese also used flowers in decoration and religious used china also used flowers in herbal medicine and skin treatment. Buddhist not allows using flowers leaf for any types of religious use because they don’t allow taking life in any form. European county started using flowers in very late compare to other country.

Now days very advanced flowers d...

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COROPLAST by itsjane on Thu Apr 14, 2016 9:40 pm
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My Art Journal by RichardDevine on Thu Mar 27, 2014 10:08 am
I have started a new blog, My Art Journal, which is http://rcdevinefineart.blogspot.com/. Please check it out when you get a chance. It will be dedicated to Home and Garden Portrait Art and Historic Homes and Gardens and related discussions, but will also have other art related content.

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