Even if you’ve never even considered publishing your artwork before, you can still experience the thrill of seeing your artwork in print! The Nature Artists’ Guild’s publication for members, “The Quarterly” is a great place for getting your feet wet, and there’s still time to have your artwork included in the Summer edition.
We all love to see what our fellow members have been working on, and your piece doesn’t even have to be a completed painting or drawing – sketchbook pages are just as welcome for inclusion, and frequently even more fascinating than finished pieces!
All you need to do is to send a JPEG file to Evelyn Grala (her contact information can be found in your Yearbook). If you don’t have a professional scan or a home printer/scanner, that’s not a problem. Any office supply chain should be able to scan your artwork (usually up to 11 x 17 inches) for just a few dollars (just make sure the artwork is not under glass). They’ll even e-mail the file to Evelyn for you for another small fee! She’ll be able to crop off or clean up the edges of the scan if needed, and the next thing you know, you’re published! (If there are too many to include, Evelyn will save your file for a later edition.)