Dear Delaware Valley Art League Members:

You are invited to submit artwork for an Online Holiday Art Sale. Participation is open to all full members of the Delaware Valley Art League and work will be displayed on the DVAL online art gallery from around December 1, 2020 - February 28, 2021.


  • All artwork must be original, available for purchase and priced at $100 or more.
  • Subject matter must be suitable for family viewing.  
  • Artwork may be framed or unframed, and must adhere to DVAL standards of professionalism. (i.e., frames  and or mats in good condition, canvas edges painted, etc.)
  • You may enter up to 6 pieces of 2 dimensional art. Registration is $20
  • We will use Entry Thingy for this process. Use this link to register for the sale and post images of your paintings. The system includes instructions and will lead you through registration and entry.  
  • DVAL Board members will then provide assistance by reviewing each entry for accuracy and to help ensure that the photos you submit are a positive reflection of your work.
Sales and logistics
  • Sales will be made via DVAL and processed through PayPal.
  • Transfer (pick-up, delivery, shipping) will be arranged between Artist/Seller and Buyer, including any return policy.
  • Shipping costs shall be paid by the Buyer.
  • It is expected that you will promote this sale through your social media (email, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc).
  • We will provide you with materials you can incorporate with your own artwork.
  • We will also be promoting the Sale on DVAL's Facebook page and through local media.

The Sale will commence as soon as we have 30 paintings ready for the Gallery. Additional art will be added as more artists register. 

We are very excited about this new venture, and hope that you'll join us!

George Gallatig, President
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