“We ask you to submit your artist statement as well as images and information about your artwork to be juried by our panel.”
“You must submit your artist statement and CV with the online application.”
“If you are interested in exhibiting your work in the gallery, please submit your artist statement and samples of your work.”
“To complete your registration submit your artist statement…”
Are you serious about your visual art business? If so, you are likely familiar with requests like the ones above. If you haven’t yet, you will eventually need an artist statement. Don’t wait until the last-minute. Take time to write your artist statement sooner, rather than later. The best way to write an effective statement that connects with your viewers is to do it in advance. You will be better prepared for opportunities. Also, you will be better equipped to speak clearly about your work.
Get help writing your artist statement.
If you are in need of an artist statement or need to update an existing statement, let me help you. My “Writing an Effective Artist Statement” Micro Consulting session is designed to help you produce the perfect statement for your work. I am offering these sessions for a limited time during the months of February and March. Click here to learn more about how you can schedule a session and get that statement written.