As a featured artist, we want to help you build a relationship with potential collectors. This is done by giving answers to a series of probing journalist-style questions. It is up to you how many questions you want to answer. Some might be left unanswered simply because they are not relevant to your practice or dicipline. We do ask that where you do answer any question, you give ‘full’ answers. ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ answers do not make for interesting reading. Be concise but one word answers are not helpful.
If there is a question you simply don’t like, leave it out and move on to the next. Where there is a word limit, this is not a challenge to see if you can hit the max. If the question is answered well in 50 words, and you are happy, move on to the next question.
The images are important and we do ask where there is a chance to upload an image of you working or of your work, you upload something in line with the spirit of what is being asked for.
We are entirely happy for you to share as much or as little contact information within your interview as you are comfortable with; whether it is telephone number or social media account names. We want collectors to connect with you and buy your work. That is the whole point. If that ultimately means they contact you outside of our site and you sell your work – we are happy for you, although we do encourage you to take full payment via PayPal before sending anything for your own protection.
The finished post will read like a magazine-type blog article.