Gallery Representation

Art Gallery RepresentationWe provide 49 years of experience in all aspects of collecting, researching, displaying, exhibiting and selling fine art. We have established relationships with an international network of art professionals. We provide exhibitions, exclusive showings and are often called upon to host trunk shows. Our years of experience in appraising artwork and our access to historic, as well as up-to-the-minute, market information provides us with the ability to rapidly evaluate the best method of properly placing most any period work of art. We welcome the opportunity to represent you in the sale of your artwork.

How To Apply?

Send us an e-mail to review your work to Include a bio and quality images that shows samples of your work in the following formats: pdf, jpg, png. Your work will be reviewed in a timely manner. If accepted, one of the Gallery owners will request a meeting and set up an appointment to review your work in person. If the work is approved then the Gallery will have a contract drawn up that will be required (see below) and signed by both parties.

Please do not contact the Gallery by phone or come to the Gallery expecting for your work to be reviewed on the spot.

Should I Enter The Annual Shows?

We strongly recommend that artists enter the annual shows during Spring and Fall. Ninety-five (95%) of the Artists that typically enter three entries have at least one entry accepted in the show. The exhibitions typically last ninety days. These are great opportunities for the Gallery to see how well your work is received by walk-ins to even our own database. Through these evaluations on average we select new artists to become Gallery artists.

What Type Of Art Work Do You Accept?

Original fine art that uses oils, acrylics, pastels, watercolors, charcoal, cold wax, encaustic, bronze, stone, wood, marble, granite, stone to metal sculptures and a combination of mixed media.

We are NOT interested in giclées, prints, printed graphic collages, canvas prints from an inkjet and/or commercial printer with surface paint on top or photography*.

*We used to carry photography work, but we just don’t have the demand and it doesn’t garner enough interest at our particular gallery.

Contract and Inventory Sheet

The resources for the Dutch Art Gallery to represent an artist will be sent via e-mail from Pam Massar. Please review the agreement, what’s permitted and commission percentages. Also please download the inventory sheet from that e-mail that must also be sent in the delivery of your work. Contract must be signed by both parties to proceed with agreement.

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