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 How can I become an Avaulte artist?

Visit www.avaulte.com and find the artist application under Avaulte on our Homepage. Fill out the application and our team will get back to you within 3-5 business days!

Who can sell on Avaulte?

 Original career artists (painters, sculptors, sketch artists) of all levels can sell on Avaulte.

How old do I have to be to submit artwork?

You must be 18 or older to submit an original artwork. 

Can I become an Avaulte artist if I am already represented by a gallery?

 Yes, as long as the works in the gallery are not displayed on Avaulte. The art you sell on Avaulte should only be available through our website.

 What is the criteria for submission acceptance?

To become an Avaulte artist, you need to meet a few practical and artistic standards. In order to be considered, you need to submit some basic profile information, 4 examples of your work with images, and a verification that you have a portfolio of at least 8 completed works. After we receive your application, our curators will determine if you meet Avaulte’s standards. We are looking for dedicated career artists with an understanding of their medium(s) and a body of work that demonstrates originality, creativity, and strong conceptual skills. You'll have to fill out an artist W2 form before selling your art on Avaulte.

 How does Avaulte promote your work?

 Here is our consumer engagement process:

  • Our eCommerce platform is designed for optimal SEO and CRM (marketing tools)

  • Strategic marketing to social media platforms

  • Our platform is designed to understand the consumer's interests and match them with works of art

We also provide additional commission opportunities for artists. You can learn more about that here: http://avaulte.com/gain-visibility-/

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 When I upload my images to Avaulte, am I giving Avaulte ownership?

 No. When you upload an image to our website, you are still the owner of the artwork.

 Can my artwork be denied for any reason?

 At Avaulte, we reserve the right to deny artwork that contains physical materials such as:

  • Guns, weapons, knives and/or ammunition

  • Human and/or animal parts and remains

  • Drugs and/or drug paraphernalia

  • Hazardous materials

  • Mailing lists and personal information, including IDs and licenses

  • Alcohol

  • Stolen property

 Can I use a name other than my real name to sell on Avaulte?

 Yes. However, we will we need your legal name for payment reasons.

 How many works do I need for my profile?

 We require artists to have at least 8 sellable works on their profile.

 Do I have to have an artist biography?  

 You don’t have to, but we strongly advise that you make one. We can provide a biography template to fill out. Please contact us at artists@avaulte.com to receive one.

 Will Avaulte reproduce my images for resale?

 No. Any copies of the images you upload of your art will be posted with the intent to promote your art. We only sell the original artwork.

 As an artist, do I have to pay to ship my work?

 No. Shipping will be covered. Your responsibility in the shipping process is packaging provided by Avaulte, signing the Certificate of Authenticity and drop shipping your artwork.

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 Do I have to export my email list to Avaulte?

 No, but if you would like to include a friend or family member in your circle, we will provide an email template for you to send out so they can opt in. Hint...an additional opportunity for you to make money!

 How do I refer another artist to Avaulte?

 If you would like to refer another artist you know, and gain some benefits yourself, just have that artist put your name in the referral box on their submission form!

 Why is my artwork flagged?

 While we don’t restrict any type of content on Avaulte, we do flag items that may contain graphic violence, extreme sexual content, or extreme language. This doesn’t mean your artwork can’t be viewed online, it just gives our consumers a bit of a “heads up” before they see something that might make them uncomfortable.

 

 

 

                                                                       

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