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Without images of your work your application will not be processed. Image quality is very important in terms of showcasing your work.

Why do you need images of my work?

All artists are juried into the event based on whether or not their artwork meets the requirements of this fine art festival. The jury process depends on the viewing of your art pieces and display image.

How many images do I have to provide when applying?

In order to complete the application process, you must provide at least 5 images of your artwork. Applicants are also required to provide an image of a previous professional art display. If you have not participated in a fine art show please submit a photo of your work displayed on a wall.

How many images will appear on my ArtWalk  @ Liberty Station artist page?

Your artist webpage will feature one art image linked to your website. Once you have accepted the invitation to participate through Zapp you will be able to upload your image at this link.

How should I send my images?

When you apply online through Zapp  you will be prompted to upload five images of your artwork and one image of your professional display.

What resolution should my digital pictures be?

Maximum file size is 2MB. Files larger than 2MB will cause an error message. All electronic images you send should be between 72 dpi and 300 dpi. Please note that all images are converted to 72 dpi before being displayed on the ArtWalk website. Images scanned should be a minimum of 342 pixels wide for horizontal images, and 352 pixels high for vertical images.

How many pieces of artwork should appear in each image?

Each piece of artwork should have its own image. Each of your images must be of a different, single piece of original artwork. Please do not send images of artwork grouped together.

What do I do if my artwork has multiple panels (diptych, triptych, etc)?

In this case, please upload one image of all of the panels arranged together.