EMAIL SUBMISSION INFORMATION:
Please submit up to 6 images in JPEG format (no larger than 500KB each) as attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org along with the following information:
~Contact Phone number(s)
~Title, description and price of artwork submitted
~Type of exhibit desired (Resident Artist)
~Website Information (if applicable)
Please Note: If you have a website, instead of sending attachments, you may simply send us the URL of the images you wish to submit along with the link to your website.
After reviewing submissions, we will keep your application on file for future gallery openings. If you have any questions, please contact the gallery.
Interested in submitting your work? See the info to the left!
When submitting: PLEASE include all requested information if you would like to be considered. Incomplete submissions will be rejected. We do not accept submissions in person. Please send all information via email as instructed to the left. Please do not send photographs via mail. Resident Artists are required to have a working knowledge of email and the ability to send images via email. We often have customer requests for more information and images from artists. We also communicate and send monthly newsletters to our Resident Artists via email.
Framations will provide the following services during your residency:
-Your artwork will be included on the resident pages of Framations.com. Framations will create a page for your artwork along with links to your website (if applicable). See examples.
-Resident Artists have the opportunity to offer classes through the gallery
-Resident Artists will be regularly featured in emails and social media postings.
-Resident Artists will receive 20% all gallery and framing purchases, with some additional special pricing on some framing material.
- Framations Art Gallery will hang the exhibit. If you have a plan for hanging, let us know, otherwise we will hang at our discretion. All artwork must be "take home" ready. This means the customer should be able to hang it as is, so if it needs a frame, make sure it is framed! If it is gallery wrap canvas, the sides should be finished! Artwork and framing should be in good condition without scratches, dings, dents, etc. The gallery reserves the right to refuse to hang anything deemed unstable or in poor condition. We ask that resident artists keep their exhibits fresh by changing out artwork at least quarterly.