So, why not? The group of seven were commerical artists as well. I Just have not marketed my Fine Art yet. You'd think a BFA from Philadelphia University of the Arts would give self confidence and professional instincts but years of mom-hood have dwindled the stock hold of "savvy". Any advice from seasoned pros out there for a gauge for pricing my time and effort? Is it fair to charge more for artwork that the business will use alot. Do I charge for just my time? What about artistic merit? How to handle issues of who owns the work? Is there a good way to tell if a sign printer is quality or not? What happens if the print job is bad. Who is to pay? Is it standard to have clients pay half up front? How many people still do hand painted signs? I've made a few and they are so refreshing for they hold a human touch that we loose so much of in the signs around us. Any resources as to professional procedures, pricing, tips to deal with printers etc would be gladly appreciated. Awww. deep thoughts as to "what is VALUE". Ok my kids need to eat .....overpricing or underpricing? Hmmmmmm................ Also ideas about issues of Art of a deeper nature and its place in this highly Visual world would be of interest as well. Can we build a new world through pictures? How you you handle your Fine Artist side and your commercial side? Do you separate them? How does this translate in price? get the idea?