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July 18th, 2013 - 04:56 PM
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What if you are lucky enough to find a gallery—and it closes? What then? Read on!
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2 Years Ago
Santa Rosa, Ca
.Do a back round check on the owners through online back round check sites
.Try randomly choosing the gallery artists, and contacting them regarding the gallery's history of paying artists on time and honoring their contract
. drop in unannounced ,
. Researching can prevent a lot of work.
. Check the gallery's security from thief or damage
check for lease signs in the window
God Bless and happy painting !
LeeAnn McLaneGoetz McLaneGoetzStudioLLCcom
I have experienced a gallery that I loved and worked with closing. The result was I had a gallery full of art that had to be picked up and relocated. I searched a 50 mile radius and was lucky to find a store / gallery that would take on most of the pieces. Today the store is still hosting the art, even thou it moved from one location to another. Start searching your area and see what options you have.
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