Pass along a drawing tip or painting tip you've discovered!
Offer to sponsor an art competition at your website or gallery!
Write a short review of a new art book!
Design a new Figure-Drawing League logo!
Refer an art buyer, conneisseur, interior designer, gallery owner, or museum curator who would love a particular League artist's work!
Nominate an exceptional figure artist for membership in the Figure-Drawing League! Do you know any artist who would enjoy the encouragement and fellowship the League can give them, not to mention all the increased visitors to their website?
Let us know of any especially helpful and informative art websites and compelling art forums you discover!
Nominate someone who deserves an Honorary Membership in the Figure-Drawing League! Heartwarming praise and free advertising! Know a courageous gallery owner or museum curator who put on an all-figure-art show? An artist who started an atelier that emphasizes work with the figure? Magazine editors or news editors who feature figure art regularly? TV stations that air high-quality programming about figure art? One of our hard-working art models? (Where would we be without our excellent, under-appreciated models?)
Let us know of a good cause that could team up with the Figure-Drawing League, to our mutual benefit!
Promote the Figure-Drawing League on your website, blog, personal page, or email list! Lead your visitors and Internet acquaintances to beautiful figure art! They'll be very grateful to you!
Help yourself to FREE banners to proudly display your love of figure art! I've created a wide variety in many convenient sizes, and please let me know if you'd like any custom-designed!
All banners are in .jpg format, so they will work on any computer, Mac or PC. Each is 72 dpi, and occupies very little memory. To download a banner to your computer's hard-drive: put cursor-arrow over banner, press mouse-button (right mouse-button for Windows operating system) until instant menu appears. Choose "Download Image . . ." or "Save Image As . . ." or closest equivalent.
Please feel free to make the banner a clickable link to the Figure-Drawing League! Simply Copy and Paste this accompanying line of HTML programming language into the HTML source code document of your web page. Be sure to replace the XXXXs with the title and type of image file (such as .jpg or .gif). And thank you from all of us in the Figure-Drawing League!
Scroll down for many more free banners to decorate your website, blog, personal page, or email list! To proudly display your love of figure art!
And please feel free to help financially! Help support the Figure-Drawing League
by making a simple donation, using the safe, dependable, easy-to-use PayPal secure-transaction site, where you can donate in any way most convenient to you. This will help a lot to defray our website operating costs -- thank you! Just click on the logos below!
More FREE art banners and figure-art banners! Take the ones you like best -- take as many as you like! Pass them on!
Who may join:
Membership in the Figure-Drawing League is potentially open to anyone,
novice or experienced, amateur or professional,
who draws or paints the human figure in any two-dimensional medium (except photography), in any style.
How it works:
I will visit your website and choose a cross-section of your figure art.
(Of course, the art must be original, not a copy of anyone's art without their permission.)
I'll link them into this website page so they appear automatically, along with your name and website address.
(If you don't have your own website but would like to join us anyway, you'd be very welcome -- email me and we can probably work out some simple solution.)
Our mutual benefit:
We all informally agree to list, fairly prominently, on our own websites, a link to the Figure-Drawing League here -- or even better -- our fellow members' website addresses and information. (Having more links makes search engines more likely to pick up your own website.)
If we all help and promote and support each other, much like the old drawing leagues of a hundred years ago, we can all prosper.