Foster Artists Q&A
Question: How do I know my images will be safe?
Answer: RESPONSIBILITY OF ART WORK. It is the responsibility of the artists to make sure their art is protected. In the Terms and Conditions to participate in/with this art gallery/platform, All artists entering their work into this Site must agree to give up all rights holding the Site responsible for any losses. If the author feels their art is worth legal protection then it is their responsibility as the author to copyright each of the pieces they feel needs legal protection. It is not the responsibility of the Site to legally protect each image that is submitted with a copyright. Authors take full responsibility for the protection of their work. They may water mark any images submitted or any other form of protection they feel is appropriate. The Site has disabled the right click capability and added foster artists into each image submitted. If you want to copyright an image or piece here is the link to get started.
Question: If my art work is purchased, how much money do I receive?
Answer: The artist has the option to either donate their art work to the gallery 100% or 50/50 split. It is suggested upon submission for the artist to price their work accordingly.
Question: I don’t want people to know I was or am in the foster care system. How do I be discreet?
Answer: Main galleries and portfolios are anonymous if you choose, for that reason & more.
Question: How do I know the artist was in or raised in the foster care system?
Answer: At the time of submission the artist enters a form of proof. Upon approval the gallery may accept a submission.
Question: What if I want to purchase a piece of art work ?
Answer: PROCEDURE: PURCHASE OF ART WORK. Make a contact inquiry regarding a purchase through the Contact Us form. Once an inquiry for a purchase has been made. The gallery will attempt to contact the artist through the e-mail or phone number they provided in their profile. The gallery will verify the artist is in possession of the art and it is not damaged. If the artist has the original art work and the buyer is interested, the sale may go through. It is the responsibility of the artist to ship the art work to the buyer within 7 days of the sale. Transactions will go through Pay Pal. Once a transaction has been made and the work has been received by the buyer, there will be a review from the artist to the buyer and from the buyer to the artist as well as a review for the gallery (Only respectful comments will be taken seriously). Once the review has been made, the artist and buyer may continue selling and buying art work from the gallery. All transaction participants are asked to be flexible.