Tips for Artists

Your Easel profile is where buyers will learn more about you, your artwork, and how they can commission you. You want to make a great first impression here.

Before reading ahead, make sure you have the basics completed, including…

Artist Bio

Your bio is one of the easiest ways for someone to learn more about you and your artwork. Your artist bio should introduce the mediums, techniques, and ideas found in your artwork. As these facets of your creativity change with time, update your artist bio to reflect this.

To write a compelling artist bio, make sure you…

For more guidance on writing your artist bio, check out the resources at Indie on the Move and the MICA Joseph Meyerhoff Center for Career Development.


Before reading ahead, review our resources for displaying your artwork to learn how to upload images of your artwork, organize your artwork into collections, and add pieces to your spotlight.


Organizing your artwork

Photographing your artwork

Images must be at least 800 x 800px.

Adding details about your artwork