We went to a craft show a couple of years ago, and I remember being amazed at the beauty of the saw blade art being sold by a vendor. I couldn’t believe how low his prices were, so I walked over to inspect. As it turns out, they were not painted on as I originally thought, but printed with a high quality printer. The pictures looked fantastic, and I’m sure they were very inexpensive to produce.
Printed saw blades will command a much lower price than a hand painted, original work of art, but they are quick and easy to produce and can display a virtually unlimited variety of images.
Hand painted saw blades can sell for hundreds of dollars, and are a fun medium to use when you tire of using a traditional canvas. Something about saw blades really draws people’s attention, so they make a great product to sell at craft shows.
No matter if you choose hand painting or printing, saw blade art can be a fun and lucrative hobby or side business. You can sell in local galleries, online or at craft shows.