Canadian Art by Diane Williams

Curator’s Choice – By Diane Williams

Canadian Art – Marketing Artists Since 1999!

Canadian art at it’s best! We present Canada’s most talented emerging, mid-career and established visual artists, featuring a wide variety of styles. From realism and representational art, to surrealism, abstract, and more traditional works. There is something for every art lover, from landscapes of Canada, to native and cowboy art. You’ll find figurative art, portraits, nature, equine art and even large scale mural work. We have sculptors, illustrators, caricature artists, and cartoonists; all creating original Canadian art.

Originally launched in 1999, has been supporting Canadian artists ever since, with one goal in mind; to support Canadian artists by helping them expose their art to a global art market, uniting them with Canadian art collectors around the world.

We specialize in art marketing, custom designed artist’s websites, and mobile websites optimizing them for the on-line market. We feature an integrated team of creative designers, programmers, and art marketing professionals who have the experience to deliver exceptional online results.

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Featured Artist

I am a Canadian, born and raised in the Pontiac (Beside the Picanoc River). I have a wide variety of interest but always come back to the Paintbrush. I take a lot of photographs and look for scenes that are silently sitting there wanting someone to...

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We are a dedicated team of Canadian art marketing professionals that are available to help you with your online marketing journey. We have been working with artists since 1999, with proven online art marketing techniques.

We focus on custom website design, responsive website development, logo design and business card design.

Your Artists Membership provides you with your homepage in the art gallery section, on our professionally marketed artist website. We will help expose your work to a much larger global audience, and provide you with new advertising opportunities. is 100% commission free.  We promote your art across our Social Media network and with our proven SEO Marketing strategies. We are here to support your artistic business through ongoing assistance, advice and marketing opportunities.

We showcase Canadian art, and present the best emerging, mid-career and established artists in Canada.

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Artist Homepage

Why have an Art In Canada Membership and Homepage to display your art in the Gallery section?

“Where else can you have this level of professional search engine marketing, social media art marketing and art exposure for about .13 cents a day?”

We are a Mobile Device friendly website
Member of an established art community (since 1999)
Professionally designed website
Professionally marketed website
Homepage featuring 20 pieces of your art that you maintain
Opportunity to purchase more art space as required for $1 an image
SEO marketing for the search engines
Art featured in online art gallery
Links to your website and contact information
Ability to sort your art in any order you want
Used as a marketing tool to drive more traffic to your website
Used as your website if you don’t have one (if you want one, we specialize in artists websites that are fully maintained by the artist)
Buyers contact you directly

We take NO COMMISSION ever.

You will be able to add your art from anywhere in the world, all you need is your username and password.

You will have full instructions on how to maintain your Artists Homepage.

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Part 2
Five Questions for Artists on Art Marketing
y Art In Canada Inc. Contributor Brandy Saturley


It’s December and I’m busy. Traditionally the holiday season for galleries and artists is a slower time, a time for small works sales in an effort to grab a piece of that season of gifting. It is a time for the Miami Art Basel and the surreal art parties in a sorbet coloured city with a continuous beat.

In part one of this series, I interviewed two Canadian . . . Read more