Members' Gallery Requirements
Each WAAH member may display up to 3 pieces at any one time. It is suggested that members who already have a presence on our website may want to periodically update their gallery page. Here is also what is needed ...
What is your preferred first name and/or last name? For artistic reasons you may want to go by your legal names, or given name. They can be different. For example, if your first name is 'Elizabeth', but you'd much rather be known as 'Lizie', 'Betty', or 'Beth', we'd like you to clarify. What is your preferred surname. Is it two distinct names, or is it hyphenated? Some names can be so adaptable that they are ambiguous. For instance: Jordan Kennedy Surname. Is Kennedy a middle name or part of the surname? Please make it clear.
What should be included in an artist's bio? Tell about those who have influenced your artwork. What is your art education or training, and do you have any art-related experience. What is your artistic philosophy, and are there any artistic insights or techniques you use. Finally, give a short description of what you would like to accomplish with your art.
This is a short piece written by the artist to accompany a particular painting or group of paintings. Don't dismiss it as insignificant or dashed out in a hurry as it's a vital selling tool, promoting and explaining your work to people looking at your paintings, whether they're potential buyers, exhibition curators, critics, fellow artists, or casual browsers.
We will show up to three pieces per artists. For each piece that you wish to show, the following information is needed:
Please submit digital images to the Exhibitions Chair. NOTE: Digital images will be resized to fit the web page.
For members who do not have computers, it is still possible to have your work on the website. Make your submission to the the appropriate contact person: Member's Gallery or Exhibitions Chair, and we will take care of getting your material ready for the web. This also applies for members without digital cameras.
MEMBER'S GALLERY ...