How do you get into a gallery?

5 Pro Tips for Getting into a GalleryReferrals are King. When you drop your portfolio off at a gallery, you’re just another name in the hat. Create Your Own Luck. Again, a gallery owner is more likely to pay attention to your portfolio if you’re even the least bit familiar. Respect Their Time. Keep Your Ears Open. Learn from Rejection.

How do I approach my art to a gallery?

How to Approach Art Galleries and Gain RepresentationFind the Gallery That Fits Your Work and Goals. Develop a Relationship With That Gallery. Know How to Speak About Your Art. Expect to Bring Your Audience with You. Follow Submission Guidelines to the Letter. Understand the Commission Structure.

What is the formula for hanging pictures?

Use the following formula: Divide the height of the frame by two; from that number, subtract the distance from the top of the frame to the hanging hardware; add this number to 57, 58, 59, or 60. This final sum is the height (measured from the floor) at which the hangers should be put into the wall.

Should all pictures be hung at the same height?

If you hang all your photos using the 57 inches rule, then the centers of all of your frames should be at the same height, even if your collection includes pieces of different heights.

How do you space pictures on a wall?

For spacing between art on the same wall, “Generally, we’ll use two inches between larger pictures,” says Kassel. “If they’re all smaller family photos, we might use an inch and a half between them.” That goes for the spacing above, below, and on either side of each frame.