Call for Artists, Making Money at Juried Art Fairs, Craft Shows and Festivals
Congratulations to Robert Wallis whose discussion "St. Louis Art Fair Mock Jury and Image Workshop 2013, Part 1" was chosen by the members to receive this month's award.
As you can see from the video Robert really knows how to navigate tricky terrain and get to the finish in style. If there is anything anyone wants to know about preparing images for jurying and how a mock jury is run, please see Robert's discussion, plus don't miss Parts 2 and 3.
Admitted to our Hall of Fame this month for their generous participating and sharing on the site are our newest featured members. Many thanks to the members who make this website work so well for so many. The members have voted and the following people have been chosen as the most generous and friendly and appreciated for their constructive contributions:
Elle Heiligenstein - Elle's friendliness has permeated AFI since she joined. I'm thinking she is going to have lots of friends before she even does her first big show. In her first six months on the site she has participated in nearly 160 discussions and brought a lot of helpful strategic info to many.
Richard Sherer - Dick joined the site in July 2012 and has been a great source of lots of down to earth business information in addition to teaching us a lot about the saddle business and Colorado art shows. He has participated in nearly 300 discussions adding his own brand of good sense and community sharing..
Robert Wallis - member since July 2010. Sometimes he can't decide if he is the teacher or the learner. He indefatigably searches out answers and shares his answers generously. When you
see his name you know his info will be substantive.
Members who have made extensive contributions to AFI can be identified by the Red AFI symbol on their photos.
Thanks to these three from all of us. You have been chosen by the community to receive this award.