Monthly Archives: April 2011

Wrapping Artwork for Shipping Part 3: Unframed Works on Paper

In the first two posts of this series, Wrapping Artwork for Shipping Part 1: Works Framed with Glass and Wrapping Artwork for Shipping Part 2: Paintings on Canvas and Panel, I emphasized the need to properly prepare artwork for shipping

Wrapping Artwork for Shipping Part 3: Unframed Works on Paper

In the first two posts of this series, Wrapping Artwork for Shipping Part 1: Works Framed with Glass and Wrapping Artwork for Shipping Part 2: Paintings on Canvas and Panel, I emphasized the need to properly prepare artwork for shipping

An open letter to all artists not selected for The Cheaper Show

In the last decade, The Cheaper Show has grown from a small, hand-made art show into a sensational one-night event.  The formula is tantalizing in every way: the exhibition is popular with artists as submission is straightforward and open to

An open letter to all artists not selected for The Cheaper Show

In the last decade, The Cheaper Show has grown from a small, hand-made art show into a sensational one-night event.  The formula is tantalizing in every way: the exhibition is popular with artists as submission is straightforward and open to

Wrapping Artwork for Shipping Part 2: Paintings on Canvas or Panel

In the first post of this series, Wrapping Artwork for Shipping Part 1: Works Framed with Glass, I emphasized the need to properly prepare artwork for shipping and discussed issues specific to wrapping framed artworks. In this second installment, I

Wrapping Artwork for Shipping Part 2: Paintings on Canvas or Panel

In the first post of this series, Wrapping Artwork for Shipping Part 1: Works Framed with Glass, I emphasized the need to properly prepare artwork for shipping and discussed issues specific to wrapping framed artworks. In this second installment, I

Shipping Crate

Wrapping Artwork for Shipping Part 1: Works Framed with Glass

Wrapping artwork for shipping is an essential skill for artists who sell or exhibit their work abroad. Since artwork is literally “out of your hands” once you send it, the best thing you can do is prepare it properly to

Shipping Crate

Wrapping Artwork for Shipping Part 1: Works Framed with Glass

Wrapping artwork for shipping is an essential skill for artists who sell or exhibit their work abroad. Since artwork is literally “out of your hands” once you send it, the best thing you can do is prepare it properly to

Attention: Vancouver Artists! Upcoming Talks, Lectures and Seminars

SUSTAIN: Vancouver | Conference Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Hornby Street, Vancouver BC Saturday April 9th, 9:30am to 5:30pm In conjunction with the exhibition WE: Vancouver, guest speakers such as Arthur Kroker (Canada Research Chair in Technology, Culture and Theory, UVic)

Attention: Vancouver Artists! Upcoming Talks, Lectures and Seminars

SUSTAIN: Vancouver | Conference Vancouver Art Gallery, 750 Hornby Street, Vancouver BC Saturday April 9th, 9:30am to 5:30pm In conjunction with the exhibition WE: Vancouver, guest speakers such as Arthur Kroker (Canada Research Chair in Technology, Culture and Theory, UVic)

Gallery

Art Gallery Submissions: How to Prepare and What to Send

So, you’ve decided that you want to submit your artwork to a gallery. Fantastic! Although it can seem like a daunting task, creating a professional and complete submission to send to galleries is a huge step in getting your artwork

Gallery

Art Gallery Submissions: How to Prepare and What to Send

So, you’ve decided that you want to submit your artwork to a gallery. Fantastic! Although it can seem like a daunting task, creating a professional and complete submission to send to galleries is a huge step in getting your artwork