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Artist for more than 35 years...current art gallery owner, served on Arts Councils...have many contacts in the art world...can be resource for artists trying to get exhibited...common questions about pricing, submissions, insurance, etc. Long time artist, art gallery owner, consultant. If I don't know the answer to your question....I will tell you!!

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2016-08-16 What does a gallery look for?:

Good to know you are on the road back to recovery, and to learn of your artist group for  sharing INFO and encouragement.    When does any artist know their ready....?  Good question, and it isn't one

2016-07-26 Approaching a gallery:

The gallery in question asks a standard question, as you mentioned it is a "business".  I'd be up front with them and say you selected them as your first gallery to exhibit your work.  The question about

2015-05-01 Crystal Skelley painting:

Sorry I can't offer any opinion on the painting you have by Crystal Skelley.....but yes do take it out of the should be on canvas....not a problem to remove....but if you are questioning whether

2015-02-27 Painting by A. Hansen:

Sorry Mike....but I don't do to check yellow pages if you live in a large city and  check out art appraisers....for the best solution....or google if you haven't already to find the

2013-06-11 Paintings:

Hello....secondary market for tiered artists like John Dineen are limited.  Searching any history of auction turned up only one painting sold ]see:


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