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Submitting Your Artwork

Instructions on preparing & submitting digital images

Available categories

BAUS Members are welcome to submit digital photographs of their own work in the categories below:

Painting & Drawing (Hall 1)

Painting (all types of media), drawing (pencil, ink, charcoal etc), pastels, cartoons, graphic art, digital painting using proprietary apps etc. Maximum 8 images

Photography (Hall 2)

Digital photography (or digital images converted from original photographic film or negatives). Maximum 8 images

Pottery, Sculpture & Other Art Forms (Hall 3)

Pottery, sculpture, ceramics, metalwork, woodwork, cabinet/furniture making, tapestry, crochet, macramé, knitting, printmaking, woodcuts, engraving, calligraphy, etching, needlework/embroidery, weaving etc. Maximum 8 images

All items for display in the Members' Art Gallery should be submitted as high-definition digital images (at least 700 pixels wide). You can submit as many images as you wish, up to a maximum of eight (as above).

We recommend that your images are taken either by an experienced photographer using a high-resolution digital camera under professional lighting conditions, or by your hospital's Medical Photography Department. Low-definition mobile phone images are not acceptable.

Please click here to submit your images, or to ask any questions you may have about the submission process

Together with your submitted images, we also ask that you supply:

  • a brief (2-3 line) biographical summary of yourself (although you may, if you prefer, remain anonymous);
  • a brief description of each item (if you wish); and
  • a statement of the copyright level required for each individual image (click here for further information about the three levels of copyright); a copyright statement will be added to all your images on publication.

Please send ONLY the digital images to us - DO NOT send the original artwork

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