Fine artists will always need to seek clients for whom they can develop art commissions in order to sustain their income streams. How much should fine artists invoice clients for art commissions? This largely depends on the number of hours dedicated to the project as well as the artist’s popularity and experience. Bear in mind that in the world of art, art commissions can fetch high prices in the tens of thousands of dollars depending on the profile of your client and the potential exposure of your work to a wider audience.
Typically art commissions derive from private collectors who have an interest in the artistic style of the fine artist. Although the option may exist to purchase artwork that has already been created, more often than not, such private art collectors would call for the creation of more bespoke pieces of artwork to be painted.
The benefits of art commissions for private collections include the fact that a bespoke piece of art can capture the essence of a room’s surroundings and décor more precisely. This relates to colour, style or general themes. The display of such artwork can then also be centred around the room’s interiors with a streamlined focus.
Increasingly, fine artists have begun to diversify and create art commissions that go beyond the traditional palette. Almost any object can benefit from artistic indulgence, from clothing and homeware, to gift cards or wall coverings.