The Art of Buying Art Online: Etsy

The best thing about Etsy is that anyone can place a listing; it's also the worst thing about it. The website, which is devoted to all things handmade and vintage, is so saturated that you could literally spend a lifetime going through all of its listings. The search can be exasperating as a result, but in the end it is well worth the effort. You'll find things on Etsy that you won't find anywhere else on the web and often at great prices. It's a good idea to check the main page frequently as handpicked items are regularly showcased in the form of treasury lists. When it comes to art and photography there is an endless stream of possibilities just a click away.  And you can always advance your search by selecting the medium, subject matter or technique you are interested in. When you become a member of Etsy you can also start to create your own favourite lists which will be automatically saved in your account for future reference. To date, I have a countless number of items stored in my favourites’ folder and it was difficult selecting just a few for this post today but here are some that I wanted to share with you.

1.  Jen Ray for Corduroy

2.  Carl Christensen for Bucks County Frames

3.  Claure Jauregui

4.  JKL Design

5.  Elgar Boat

6.  Labokoff

7.  Linda Monfort 

8.  Christiana Romeo

9.  Roz Art

10.  Ryan Coleman

11.  Rebecca Plotnick

12.  Ballet Art

13.  Melanie Furtado

14.  Lucile Prache

15.  Olivia Jeffries for Restless Things

16.  Hadley Hutton

17.  Nina Moscrip for Art Quirk

18.  Studio Marlene

19.  Yann Pendaries

20.  Tine Eelman


  1. Bonjour ,
    merci beaucoup for including my photo i love your selection bravo
    have a beautiful day
    Yann ;o)

  2. A wonderful collection!!!
    Thank you!

  3. These pictures are beautiful. I can't tell you which one I love best because I love them all ;o)