Who In the Hell Is This Strange Art for? Do You Know? Gothic? Victorian? Or Fairytale?

For the longest time, I’ve tried to figure out who my art audience is. I’ve changed the name of my website many times, calling my work different things in hopes for the right audience, the audience who loves what I create, to find me. It’s been called, “dark fairytale art”, but it wasn’t that dark and it wasn’t very fairty tale like, was it? It’s been called “La La Land” because it seemed similar to Alice in Wonderland/Through the Looking Glass. I’ve said it’s “Vintage” and “Victorian”. But sometimes, it’s not either of those.

After much looking and searching, I’ve finally realized….maybe… it’s on the edge of Victorian Gothic Art. I say on the edge because it’s not too macabre and it’s not too Victorian. But I think that’s the closest I’ve ever come to figuring it out. I guess the true test is to see if that is the audience my artwork attracts.

What do you think? Who would love ghosts, moons, magic and night time girls? Weigh in by submitting your opinion in the survey below. And thank you for your opinion, it matters to me. Of course, I’ll write a post on the results in a few weeks.

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The Audience for Art From the Strange Land *
The Audience for Art From the Strange Land
How would you best describe the AUDIENCE for Art From the Strange Land of Beelangeen? Choose how much you agree or disagree with each option.
Gothic
Victorian Gothic
Alice in Wonderland/Through the Looking Glass
Fairytale
Dark Fairytale
If you don't agree with any of the above options or if you have some comments, please let me know in the space below.