membership

 

Applications for membership to the Guild are welcome worldwide. However in order to maintain a high standard admission to the Guild is subject to vigorous selection. A Guild digital newsletter REDLINE is published exclusively for the membership.

to apply for membership

 

Applications are invited to email a total of five examples of their work (one of which must be

non-motoring subject) to a selection commitee. Images can only be accepted for consideration as low res 72dpi jpeg files. Longest side to a maximum length of 750 pixels. Please email your work to seanlwales@gmail.com Successful applicants are then offered Membership and are entitled to exhibit with the Guild and vote at meetings. Unsuccessful applicants will be offered the opportunity to become a Friend of the Guild and the option to re-apply for membership at a future date of their choice. Enthusiasts who endorse the aims of the Guild may also join as Friends of the Guild.

subscriptions
 

GUILD MEMBERSHIP

Annual subscription £30.00 GBP

 

FRIENDS OF THE GUILD MEMBERSHIP

Annual subscription £20.00 GBP

 

Any Guild Member (Friends not eligible) can display images of their work along with text, email and website links absolutely free...

....a fabulous marketing opportunity!

IMAGES - Email pictures as low res (72dpi) jpeg files to opus@opusdesign.uk.com

 

TEXT - A 150/200 word portrait of your journey as a (motorart) artist. Stamp your credibility by quoting any professional art qualifications and exhibitions you have displayed at, paintings that have been reproduced and sales of work

 

EMAIL ADDRESS - Individuals will send emails where a phone call or a letter is just too much hassle

 

WEBSITE -  it may sound ambitious but think of the advantages, a click will take a visitor from your gallery page to your very own website where you can show as many examples of your work as you wish

 

The Guild also offers free subscription to Redline our digital newsletter fo Guild Members only and contact with other Guild Members to share tips and advice