Lovely photos, Anna! Just a thought… my shop was called just “LizzieMade” at first, then I thought I should change it to show what “Lizzie” actually “Made” - it wasn’t exactly obvious! So now the shop title is “LizzieMade Hand Bound Books”, which tells people what I do.
I’m not exactly clear what You Do? Are you an animal photographer? Animal artist & photographer? Or a general painter & photographer? Maybe your shop title could reflect your business too.
Also, I agree that your descriptions need to say what you are selling, who created it - a photo by Anna Taylor of Curly Tails, for instance, the way it is produced - eg. a giclee print, produced on your high-quality photo printer, using archival quality inks and high definition paper (or whatever it is…I’m not an expert!), its size (and maybe the dimensions for a mount?)… that sort of stuff is nice to see, as it helps the potential buyer to make up their mind.
Love the Lemur! Good luck!
Oh, PS - if you print a limited edition, it’s a good plan to make it clear that the print will be part of an edition of “x” prints, and that each is individually signed and numbered by the artist. I have a friend who’s a printmaker; she includes an information leaflet with each print, slipped in behind the print in its clear envelope & board stiffener - the leaflet explains what an original print is, a bit about the process and about what an edition is also. You could maybe do similar with your quality prints of paintings and photos - explain what the process is to make that print and that it’s part of a limited edition? Just a thought…