Artist Member Guide

InLiquid is your DIRECT connection to curators, patrons, and the public at large.

You may already have your own website, marketing plan, and connections, but with InLiquid you have a team of professionals working on your behalf to promote, market, and connect you to a wider, global audience. Your InLiquid Membership is a promotional resource for your creative career through our online portfolio, listings and announcements, social media network, and exhibition opportunities.

The InLiquid Membership Guide is your number one source in keeping us up to date on your career development. Use the forms on the bottom of the page to renew your membership, send updates for your artist page, submit a proposal for an exhibition, add artwork to our consulting inventory, and have exhibitions published to our calendar and in our newsletters.

By sending us your information via the online forms, you provide the InLiquid Team a more efficient way to manage and promote your submissions.

The InLiquid Newsletter:

Members, in order to utilize our Social Media Promotion and Newsletter Inclusion services, please use the form provided under Social Media and Newsletter Submissions when submitting your latest exhibitions, etc. It is important to fill out the form, to ensure that we receive your event information for Newsletter inclusion.

For our monthly Newsletters, we send out three emailers per month: Two General Newsletters and a Member Newsletter.

-The General Newsletter shares Member News/exhibitions with our subscribers. It is our main emailer to promote your events to the public.

-The Member Newsletter is a service for our Artist Members only. It contains job opportunities, calls for artists, grants, and more.

 

Idalia Vasquez-Achury
Idalia Vasquez-Achury
I am primarily a brick sculptor. Using this humble everyday material to create public art connects with a wide audience, particularly in the brick-centric East Coast.
Michael Morgan
Michael Morgan

I am primarily a brick sculptor. Using this humble everyday material to create public art connects with a wide audience,…

I am primarily a brick sculptor. Using this humble everyday material to create public art connects with a wide audience, particularly in the brick-centric East Coast.…

I am primarily a brick sculptor. Using this humble everyday material to create public art connects with a wide audience, particularly in the brick-centric East Coast.…

Rebecca Schultz makes abstracted landscape paintings and murals inspired by nature; her organic forms reference elements such as rock formations and plants. Her installation work focuses on environmental issues. Much of Rebecca's work has integrated a community engagement process.
Rebecca Schultz
Rebecca Schultz

Rebecca Schultz makes abstracted landscape paintings and murals inspired by nature; her organic forms reference elements…

Rebecca Schultz makes abstracted landscape paintings and murals inspired by nature; her organic forms reference elements such as rock formations and plants. Her installation work focuses on environmental…

Rebecca Schultz makes abstracted landscape paintings and murals inspired by nature; her organic forms reference elements such as rock formations and plants. Her installation work focuses on environmental issues. Much of Rebecca's…

Frank M. Gaydos
Frank M. Gaydos
Whether you call him, Artist, Artisan, or Sculptor, Carving, in Wood, Marble and Ice, is Roger Wing's thing. Wing is comfortable with a Chainsaw for bigger stuff but prefers using hand tools like Chisels and Gouges. Wing's Larger than Life Woodcarvings adorn his Powelton village front porch, City Parks and Private Residences. His work has been seen at Ice Competitions around the world, Stone repairs on Historic Buildings and in Film.
Roger Wing
Roger Wing

Whether you call him, Artist, Artisan, or Sculptor, Carving, in Wood, Marble and Ice, is Roger Wing's thing. Wing is comfortable…

Whether you call him, Artist, Artisan, or Sculptor, Carving, in Wood, Marble and Ice, is Roger Wing's thing. Wing is comfortable with a Chainsaw for bigger stuff but prefers using hand tools like Chisels…

Whether you call him, Artist, Artisan, or Sculptor, Carving, in Wood, Marble and Ice, is Roger Wing's thing. Wing is comfortable with a Chainsaw for bigger stuff but prefers using hand tools like Chisels and Gouges. Wing's…

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