Artist Submission Process

 Hood Street Art Center and the Andy Davis Gallery represent regional artists while seeking to increase community awareness and arts appreciation in the Southern Crescent area of Atlanta.
Andy Davis Gallery at Hood Street Art Center
We work to build support through sales and centrally located gallery exhibits and events, as well as to encourage arts exposure and enjoyment in our community.

 

How to submit artwork for review:

 

Artist Submission

Email your work for consideration to Stephanie Davis Garzoli, our Creative Director, at stephanie@hoodstreetartcenter.com with Subject Line: Artist Submission

It is best to send ONE email including:

  • 3-5 images of your work (low-res). Include Title, Medium & Dimensions of each piece.
  • Short BIO and/or Artist Statement and if you choose other material that supplement your work.
  • Contact Information & related links

Do not send original artwork or bring original artwork to gallery.

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If you have any questions, you may call (470) 424.4039


 Requirements for online features:

 

If your work is selected to be represented, in order to take advantage of our website, online store and social media opportunities, it is recommended to submit:

  • High Quality images (JPGs) of your artwork & descriptions 
    Files should be at least 900 pixels wide or high, no more than 1.5MB in size each. Please name the image files as follows: Title of Work, medium(s) used, dimensions, price.jpg (On your computer prior to attaching to an email, you need to locate the file, and with your cursor, click once onto the file name, before the .jpg extension and type in the identification information). You may also include a brief story pertaining to each piece 
  • Short BIO (Word document or PDF) 
    Please do not send CVs or resumes and write as 2nd person –Example Biography:
    Robert Thomas’ background in engineering allows him to utilize the ever-changing technology of digital cameras to capture moments that mirror his artistic vision. He has learned not just to document but also to apply the creative aspects of composition and the freedom offered with digital image processing. This allows Robert to create a more engaging representation of his field of view. His body of work is inspired by urban and rural landscapes, and the imagery captured in reflective surfaces, weathered and worn structures, as well as the beauty and fragility he finds in nature. Robert has documented his world since the mid-twentieth century as he has had the opportunity to travel the globe and live in Europe, Asia, and South America. He has been inspired by the religious, architectural, and cultural diversity, and has been fortunate to define these through his lens. Robert’s photographic themes present a unique vision in his body of work of the decades from the 1960’s through to the present.
  • Contact Information 

Including Name, email address, mailing address and phone number.

 


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