Old World, New World, Nation Within



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6 Responses to “Old World, New World, Nation Within”

  1. Herd of Hounds
    8:52 am on July 7th, 2018

    Good morning everyone. What an interesting article! The nation within amazes us. The peeps are going up to Nashville to see the DDD’s daughter and her two boys and their great grandpa. Mom has never met the younger boy (6).
    Hope everyone has a great day.

  2. B.Stover
    10:02 am on July 7th, 2018

    Good morning all.

  3. Riõ - The Evil Pug
    10:05 pm on July 7th, 2018

    Stover!…Good morning!..Good Afternoon and Good Evening…snort!…This is a new LOW record indeed…grunt!

    Reasons!…I have major reasons for not checking in, but where are all youse other Yay-Hoos who are retired and do mostly nuthing all day? Not you BOO!..No not you. Working 2 jobs till you finally retire…grunt!….I would punch your boss in the face if I could lift my paws that high…grump!

  4. Riõ - The Evil Pug
    10:22 pm on July 7th, 2018

    Artists!….If one sells something on “commission”…sniff!…If 1/3 of the profit an axceptable to price to pay the party who has the building that houses the artwork?….yeeep!…Seems a bit steep..sniff!….But then I do not know the market…grumble!

  5. Riõ - The Evil Pug
    10:23 pm on July 7th, 2018

    Edit!…I tried to “Edit” the above, but I did not do a good job…grump!

  6. Hobbitz
    3:49 am on July 8th, 2018

    It seems to range from 30-45% in Alaska but I am no expert and I am sure it depends of the traffic a store or gallery usual gets. Co-op galleries might have a lower commission but artists usually have to volunteer a certain number of hours. 30% used to be high but now it isn’t but I don’t know your state or town. Perhaps why some artists do bazaars with their wares or developers strong social media promotions. Worth asking around. Perhaps approach a place that doesn’t usually have art for sale on their walls and work out a deal to test it out. ?

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