As artists, we feel that the most
important part of jurying is about the images and how they look to the
jury, not the actual application process. That holds true for submitting
slides or digital images. But what was once taken for granted (35mm slide
projection) is now an unknown to thousands of artists who are required to
apply to art shows with digital images of their work. I've tried to become
a resource for the artists who are attempting to understand how to fit
into the art show system which has changed from the system that's
supported them through their artistic careers. Besides working on images
for over 3000 artists I consult with, and am
exclusively recommended by both ZAPP and Juried Art Services, the two
established digital jury systems.
Why photographers should be able to sell digitally
printed photographs at art shows - in response to Coconut Grove's 2004
application requirement requiring photographers to apply in the
digital category if they make ink jet photographic prints.