Seller’s Guide

• Create a new Artist’s (Vendor’s) account: once you have registered you will be taken to your ’Dashboard’, where you will be able to provide us with additional information enabling us to sell your artwork e.g. your bank account or PayPal details. Create an Artist’s account HERE

• On your ‘Dashboard’ under the ‘University’ section you will find detailed instructions about how to proceed with different technical issues e.g. uploading images, working out the selling/retail price etc.

• Tell us about yourself, for example: what engages and inspires you, include links to any existing online presence you have including your website and social media.

• Tell us about your solo and group exhibitions. You can upload your profile photo as well as photos of you taken in galleries, ateliers, public events etc. If you have some videos of you and your artwork we can embed them into your profile page.

• Provide high quality images; that means well-lit images with no background and correctly oriented. You can submit up to four images of each piece of art, one main image plus three additional images showing your artwork in frame, different details, side views and “in situ” views. Recommended resolution is 1200 pixels the longest side.

• Filename of each image must contain the artwork title, dimensions, medium and support and the year of creation. Artworks must be categorised for Style and Art Subject following the Strategie Art category tree.

• Once you have uploaded the images we will create your gallery as well your profile page.

• Only original, hand-made art is accepted; paintings, drawings, collages, assemblages, sculptures, woodcraft, fine art photography (single edition print or a limited edition).

• Hand-made limited editions are accepted up to a maximum of 150. Each edition must be signed and numbered, and be accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.

• Strategie Art reserves the right to accept applications at our own discretion. We regret that we cannot respond to individual queries regarding declined applications.