>I made some research in internet about it, the
>web pages are all haveing the same face.
>In some place I just need to have any kind of
>fee membership and workshope. Same with
>What it is all about, I just want to put forward
>my painting in a place where peaple can watch
>it, and to buy it, if they like.
You are right to doubt galleries online and offline galleries that charge fee for exibiting your work.
Those kind of "galleries" called Vanity Gallery because their income comes from fees charged to the artist, therefor they have little intention of actually promoting and selling your work.
Cooperative brick-and-mortar galleries is a better choice for you, since it is you and other members who do promotion and you know exactly what is done to attract clients.
For free online exposure use free galleries like ours:
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Ideally you should build your own gallery-site then you can post link to your gallery also.
I will not suggest using free mega hosts like geosities or tripod because of their annoing ads - we rarely view those. Also it would be a bad idea to pay for some online community gallery for the reasons listed above. The best is registering your own domain and building your gallery.
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