100% concur with Julie. When we jury, we are jurying only the work, not the person. If details about yourself help succinctly explain the work, then they might be pertinent, but mostly, the statement is read to clarify the images…"
"St. James Court Art Show
I think you choose a variety of pieces that best show your style and technique, and also the breadth of your line. You won’t be able to show an example of every variation. If you show diversity within the…"
"My jury would prefer to see a mixture of both. I think your pieces are all cohesive in that the style and technique is the same.
Just for general information, they (our jury at least) expect to see the breadth of your work in the images…"
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