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Top 5 Instagram Art Promotion Strategies For Artists


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Globally, social media has enabled artists to reach out to new audiences. Instagram has shown to be a particularly effective platform for visual artists to grow their fan base and attract new collectors.


One billion people use Instagram worldwide, with 120 million of those located in the United States, according to Statista. There is a sizable audience there eager to engage with your art. But first, you must figure out how to get there.


We'll provide you with helpful advice in this article so you can start promoting your artwork on Instagram.

For advice on promoting your art gallery on Instagram, continue reading.


Using Instagram to promote your art Instagram offers chances to advertise your artwork and gallery, from oil paintings to photography. It is simple to generate attention-grabbing posts with the platform, then upload them from any location.


But how do you stand out from the crowd when so many works of art are submitted daily? You can begin by being a little more elegant with your posting.


Better done than perfect


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People that are interested in your art want to witness the creative process. They appreciate the finished, polished product but also understand the work that went into creating it.


Therefore, post it even if you don't think anything is ideal. You are drawing the progress. The leftovers from a shoot. A speed-drawing video or wireframe for a character you're working on.


When you share different facets of your work, you'll be able to connect with your audience better and pique their interest. People enjoy watching the foundations of anything develop into art.


Take advantage of stories


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Instagram's Stories is another opportunity to demonstrate the creative process to your followers. They are a straightforward concept—short pieces of content that disappear in a day—but they are beneficial.


You may show off sneak peeks of your most recent project or gallery space updates with photo carousels. You can speak directly to your fans in short films that have the air of a casual chat so they can get to know you better.


You may become even more engaging by using features like polls and countdowns. Have a forthcoming event? Give your followers the