by Bart Arondson

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Here's the default if you have no idea. Ask the client what their budget is for the piece. When they answer with the price if that number is suitable to you take it. Once you sell a few more like this you'll get a knack for it, and have better idea of what your pricing should be.


I will start by saying 'a beautiful body perishes but a work of art does not.' Now consider the expenses or investment made on such a beautiful art piece that will last for eternity and at least price just a little above the money invested. But remember don't price according to your talent given you because you are also creating a platform to advertise ...

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