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Your Premium Member Profile
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- A Profile picture of you.
- Your Bio including Contact information.
- Pictures of your Artwork
How to Submit:
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Please put – Premium Member Info in the subject line of your Email.
Submit Your Artwork to the Premium Member Gallery
As a Premium WARA Member, you receive 3 entries into the Gallery at no charge. You may offer Originals, Limited Editions, and/or Prints.
All of the information on Submitting to the Gallery is here.
Note – No Payment Methods are stored in our system. That is all stored either with Paypal or Stripe, whichever payment method you chose when joining.
Why Upgrade to Premium?
One BIG Reason is to Sell Your Artwork in the WARA Premium Member Gallery!
WARA commission on all original and limited editions sales is only 20%
- Active Premium Members may list 3 pieces in the Gallery at no additional charge.
- You may list as many pieces as you’d like in the WARA Gallery. However, there is a $20 listing fee for each additional piece above 3.
- You may rotate art pieces every 3 months free of charge.
- If an original or edition is sold in the WARA Gallery, we will add another piece to the gallery for you at no charge.
- If a piece that’s listed in the WARA Gallery is sold outside of the gallery, there is a $20 listing fee to replace the piece in the WARA Gallery. (No commission is due on pieces sold outside the gallery)
Renew Your WARA Membership
Renew anytime to extend your membership 1 year from the expiry date.
Even More Member Benefits
Member Discount Codes – W10M12 (Save 10%) – FB5 (Flipbook $5 off)
Fine Art Principles Flip Book$9.95
Stainless Steel Tumbler$11.95
Sundance Spring Challenge L/E Cowgirl Poster$15.00
Sundance Spring Challenge L/E Indian Girl Poster$15.00
W.A.R.A. Contestant Shirt$52.00 – $56.00
Human Skull Sculpting Kit$109.95
Equine Skull Sculpting Kit$109.95
Horse Sculpting Kit$219.00
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Round 1 of the 2018 World Finals is finishing up and the Public Votes are in. Here are the results! Thank you for sharing the work of these amazing Western Artists. We appreciate your support. Round 2 Public Voting Starts December 10th, 2018!
Sherrie Graybill Fine Art Artist Statement and Bio My goal as an artist is to share my love of Native American culture, honoring their spirit. This allows me to use materials derived from the Earth, which provides me with the inspiration to create these unique,...
Debra Bruner Artist Statement and Bio Early in life I discovered an affinity for creating art in a variety of forms. I began with simple drawings of my favorite animals. Expanding into sculptured art for many years, birds and wildlife became my focus. I am...
Misty Biros The physical world collectively swirls around us: plants, animals, landscape. I have a deep respect for all the beautiful features of the earth. From the splendor of hiking with my dogs under a pine canopy to listening to the water course against the rocks...
Marla Smith Painting the American West I was born in Prescott, AZ. The beautiful Southwest where I grew up has always been close to my heart. I spent much of my youth exploring, hiking and riding. Being raised in a rural setting and enjoying this freedom...
Jerry Simchuk Jerry grew up in the Northwest where he began to develop his keen eye for wildlife and love of nature. Days spent fishing, hunting, hiking, and caring for a variety of animals on his family's farm filled his days, while his nights were spent...