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Your art is produced by the best photo production lab in the world.

Your art, your print style, your way!

Professional photo prints are printed using a combination of the latest laser technology and the classic photochemical know-how, and all prints meet the highest expectations of photographers. Custom framing with artisan woods and museum-quality glass completes any art piece.

Prints under acrylic glass are printed on brand-name paper, laminated under a 2 to 6 mm ultra-transparent acrylic plate, and sealed on the back with a 3 mm aluminum plate to provide extra stability. The photo print is placed behind the acrylic plate thus delivering a unique depth effect. 

Metal prints are produced by direct printing on a 3 mm thick aluminum Dibond backing. Dibond aluminum consists of two thin layers of aluminum which encase a black polyethylene core. It is a particularly lightweight and discreet material that fits seamlessly into modern interiors.

Canvas prints on a durable fabric are produced using a thermal sublimation process in compliance with environmental standards.

Why Photo Art Pavilion?

Photo Art Pavilion guarantees a flawless result for your art prints. We work with the “Best Photo Lab” and winner of the TIPA Awards for the quality of its products. As a result, we are able to offer beautiful formats and a wide range of options enabling you to showcase the details of your art and outstanding photo enlargements. Last but not least, Photo Art Pavilion offers expert advice, guaranteeing the best possible service at all times. The quality of the prints is simply outstanding and ready to hang on your wall.

Get advice before ordering your art.

Benefit from expert advice from Photo Art Pavilion for your art order. Our art consultants are on hand to answer all your questions about your design, choice of material, and finishes. Our qualified advisors are available for you at 1-888-217-7748.

Self-Promote Without Sounding Salesy

Your artwork has a voice, but it doesn’t speak for itself. It’s important to be able to explain your work and connect with your audience. Your artwork PLUS your personality are the winning combination for success in your art photography business.

Becoming a better writer and speaker about your art can influence collectors and command a higher value for your work. When your passion comes through prospects feel a need to have your artwork on their walls. Self-promotion is less salesy than marketing. Let us explain.

You’ve taken the time to know and reach your target audience. Now, give them the time to get to know you. They are people living everyday lives, just like you. Place yourself in their shoes. Self-promote to them as if you were on the receiving end of your pitch. Are you salesy or informative, pushy or friendly?

Try to use stories about a particular artwork to fully give a feel to the piece. You’ll connect with your audience in a more intimate way. You can tell a story about the location, the time of year, what print medium would be best suited for the piece. All of these are suggestions are gentle ways of creating a deeper relationship and trust between you the seller and them the collector.

When you have an engaged audience try recommending several art pieces. This helps them know that you have their best interest as a priority, not yours. However, don’t forget to ASK for the sale. Shoppers need a little reminder to make the purchase. Let your audience know the next step you want them to take and make it super easy for them to take it.

Sell Prints

Easily set up an online store with

If you’re looking to sell art prints face-to-face with art buyers, aim for places like breweries, wineries, art galleries, and gift shops. These places are likely to have potential customers who are either looking to spend money or at least don’t mind spending it after a few glasses of wine. When pricing your work, keep in mind that you must account for your production costs, your time, the rental of the space you’ll be displayed in, and the commission that the venue retains once your work is sold.

For those who don’t want to spend large amounts of money and time selling prints in person, you can easily set up an online store with But remember to promote your offering. We’ve found that unless you’re actively reminding your followers about print sales, you tend not to make any, so don’t forget to promote your PAP storefront, offer periodic coupon sales, or support a charity offering to donate a portion of the proceeds. Keep your print store visible and give your potential customers different reasons to buy.

Instagram REELS

– What are REELS in Instagram?

– How to use your art photography in a REEL.

– Check out our quick Canva REEL hack.

As you know, Instagram, Facebook, and all other social media platforms are powerful tools for both amateur and professional photographers to showcase their art in front of the world. Using these platforms helps you reach out to both new and established clients and even get feedback from other creatives in the industry. But it’s frustrating when social media platforms go and change their algorithm!

Videos are dominating the social media market. TikTok has been soaring with the increasing gain of new users and content creators. So much so that Instagram has gone ahead and changed its platform. Yes, you heard that correctly – changed their platform. Instagram recently released that the focus will be shifting to REELS. If you don’t know, Reels are short video clips that are about 15-30 seconds long. By focusing on REELS, Instagram can now compete with TickToc and YouTube.

So what does that mean for us photographers? Sadly, still-photo posts will slowly lose their stickiness on Instagram. Now, it’s time to start creating some REELS to show off your art. Plus, Instagram gives you a little extra push in the algorithm when you use reels.

Here are some content ideas:

– You can use Canva to create reels that showcase your still art.

– You can use your phone and record yourself talking about an experience (remember people want to connect with you, the artist.)

– You can create a video of you holding a finished piece of art. (It will help to show the size and connect you to them and that piece of art.)

– Use Zoom to record your screen when editing; show your process! But speed it up in Instagram.

Here are some QUICK tips:

– You don’t have to speak in reels.

– Creating something is better than nothing – which goes for all social media platforms

– Add music to your content through Instagram.

– Add a caption to your reels, but keep it very, very simple.

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5 Steps For Developing A Solid Art Marketing Strategy

– 5 Steps For Developing A Solid Art Marketing Strategy

– Q & A – with J & J

What’s the secret to success in the art world? There are many factors and a lot of different opinions.

But there is one strategy that will always be true: Developing a solid marketing plan.

In this video, Joanne Henig and Jessica Lempin of Photo Art Pavilion will inform you how to develop an effective 5-step marketing strategy, so you can get more people to buy your art!

Photo Art Pavilion helping art photographers across the USA

Art Marketing Tower of Power

Joanne Henig and Jessica Lempin discuss how to improve your art marketing efforts with the help of understanding the Art Marketing Tower of Power.

Joanne Henig and Jessica Lempin of Photo Art Pavilion have been art photographers and in the business of helping other artists with selling art since 2007.

In this video, we’ll share our favorite tips on how to get more exposure for your photography plus a few tips and tricks with using a Photo Art Pavilion storefront.

If you like the content we shared with you, then please take a moment and subscribe to Photo Art Pavilion YouTube channel.

Photo Art Pavilion provides the art photographer with everything needed to grow a successful art business. Manage your own art business center w/ ongoing feature updates, marketing tools, sales fulfillment, email & phone support. Designed to make you more successful.

Tip of the week

Is there a best lens for landscape photography?

A good photographer can get away with using almost any lens for photographing landscapes.

Wide-angle zoom lenses are the most common choice for most landscape photography for the simple fact that they offer amazing, in-the-field flexibility. Common wide-angle zoom lenses used are the 10-24mm, 16-35mm, 24-70mm, and the 70-200mm.

Prime lenses also make great lenses for landscapes. Some popular prime lenses for landscape photography are 14mm, 24mm, and 35mm. We’ve even seen photographers use a standard 50mm lens for landscape photography.

Whatever lens you already have, chances are you can make it work. After all, the best images come down to having a 1.) Clear Center of Interest; 2.) Composition; 3.) Focus and Exposure; 4.) Story; 5.) Lighting; 6.) Creativity and 7.) Uniqueness.

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