Art Auction Submission Form

Please complete the form below in order to have your artwork considered for the Auction and Sale of Sacred Art. You may submit more than one piece, however each piece must be submitted separately (i.e., as a separate submission).

Acceptable file types: doc,docx,pdf,txt,gif,jpg,jpeg,png.
Maximum file size: 2mb.

* Upon completion, but prior to submitting the form, you should print it and retain it. If your work is selected, you should tape a copy of the completed form securely to the back of the piece before you send or deliver it to the AASA.

  1. The CV or a biographical statement should list the artist’s training (if any) and career trajectory.  Please note: this information is not to be used in judging the piece.  Instead, as with the details that the artist may choose to provide in the following section, the information in the CV is to be used to publicize piece, and if selected, to market the piece before the auction.
  2. The AASA is not requiring artists to specify in advance the minimum amount that they would accept for a piece, whether offered at auction or sold at a fixed price.  That issue can be addressed, and the AASA would prefer that it be addressed, after a piece has been selected (the selection being subject to the AASA’s and the artist’s subsequent written agreement upon all terms of the submission).  The AASA believes that postponing the discussion of minimum auction or sale price will help ensure the AASA’s art committee bases its selections solely on merit.  But if an artist nonetheless wishes to advise the AASA now of the minimum amount that the artist would require before allowing the piece to be sold, the artist may do so

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Saturday, Feb. 23, from 12:00 noon to 6:00 p.m.

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