**Length x Width x Price per Square Inch** This formula is really common in the art world, but figuring out the right price per square inch can be a bit confusing.

Contents

- 1 How do I price my sculpture?
- 2 How do you determine the value of art?
- 3 How much should you charge as an artist?
- 4 How do you calculate price per square centimeter?
- 5 How do I price my crafts?
- 6 How do you find the commission rate?
- 7 Who decides the price of an artwork?
- 8 How much does it cost to get art appraised?
- 9 How do you value art give an example?
- 10 How do you price your work?
- 11 How do I price my original artwork?
- 12 How do you price art for beginners?
- 13 How do I price my artwork?
- 14 How do I set prices for my artwork?
- 15 How do you find the price per area?

## How do I price my sculpture?

Pay yourself a reasonable hourly wage, add the cost of materials and make that your asking price. For example, if materials cost $50, you take 20 hours to make the art, and you pay yourself $20 an hour to make it, then you price the art at $450 ($20 X 20 hours + $50 cost of materials).

## How do you determine the value of art?

Elements of art value – definition of value in art – 10 factors

- Artist. The artist is the most important factor to look at appraising art.
- Certificate of authenticity.
- Subject.
- Condition.
- Provenance.
- Size.
- Technique.
- Edition.

## How much should you charge as an artist?

The US Dept. of Labor lists the average hourly wage for a fine artist as $24.58 —use this to help you estimate. Your price should reflect the money and time you put into creating your art.

## How do you calculate price per square centimeter?

An example: say you have a piece of 30 x 40 cm. The surface area would than be 30 times 40 = 1200 square cm. If you have priced this work at 300 euro, your price per square cm would be 300 divided by 1200 = 0,25 euro per square cm.

## How do I price my crafts?

Pricing my craft item — how much should I charge?

- Cost of supplies + $10 per hour time spent = Price A.
- Cost of supplies x 3 = Price B.
- Price A + Price B divided by 2 (to get the average between these two prices) = Price C.

## How do you find the commission rate?

Just take sale price, multiply it by the commission percentage, divide it by 100. An example calculation: a blue widget is sold for $70. The sales person works on a commission – he/she gets 14% out of every transaction, which amounts to $9.80.

## Who decides the price of an artwork?

The price of the an artwork can be set by the artist, gallerist, or art dealer. Several criteria are taken into account when deciding on a price: – The artwork’s size: Firstly, the price depends on the size of the artwork. The larger the artwork, the more materials and effort it requires, so the higher the price.

## How much does it cost to get art appraised?

Myth: It’s too expensive. Facts: Request a flat fee for the entire appraisal at the outset rather than an hourly rate; you may or may not achieve this, but it can’t hurt to ask. A well-executed appraisal will cost approximately $125 – $350 per hour.

## How do you value art give an example?

Value is how light or darkness of a color.

- For example: If you took a black and white photograph of your painting, the shades of grey would be the different values or tones within the painting.
- Value is the lightness or darkness a color or hue.

## How do you price your work?

There are two main approaches to pricing your work: a bottom-up approach and a top-down approach.

- The Bottom-Up Approach.
- Price = Freelance rate x Hours + Materials.
- Step 1: Calculate your freelance rate.
- Step 2: Calculate your materials cost.
- The Top-Down Approach.
- (Price – Expenses) / Hours = Hourly Wage.

## How do I price my original artwork?

Multiply the painting’s width by its length to arrive at the total size, in square inches. Then multiply that number by a set dollar amount that’s appropriate for your reputation. I currently use $6 per square inch for oil paintings. Then calculate your cost of canvas and framing, and then double that number.

## How do you price art for beginners?

So, if a piece took you 10 hours to make, you want to get $15 per hour, and the materials cost you $45, you could use $195 as your starting point (10 times 15, plus 45). Cost of materials would include your canvas, paper, paint, ink, and so forth.

## How do I price my artwork?

How to Price Your Digital Art

- Start with your desired hourly rate. For this one, we’ll say $40 an hour.
- Multiply that by how long the piece took you. If it took you five hours, that’s 40 x 5 for a total of $200.
- Factor in your desired profit margin. If it’s 15%, that’s [(200 x. 15) + 200], for a total amount of $230.

## How do I set prices for my artwork?

Consider one of these 3 straightforward formulas for pricing your work:

- FORMULA 1: Square Inch × Dollar Amount.
- Example for a painting with a width of 18 inches, a length of 24 inches, a square inch multiplier of $4, and a material cost of $100:
- FORMULA 2: (Hourly Wage × Hours Spent) + Cost of Materials.

## How do you find the price per area?

Simply put, you take the total price, then divide it by the square footage. Keep in mind that the price per square foot is generally lower for larger houses, and higher for smaller homes. Here are a few examples: A 2,000-square foot home is listed for $400,000.