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How to join the gallery

About the galleries

If you've enjoyed looking at all the artwork, and have made some papier mache items that you would like to share, here is the place to do it. As long as the work you show is predominantly made of papier mache and is your own work, you are welcome to join us in the galleries. There is no charge, but a few very simple guidelines to stick to. All you need is a basic knowledge of the computer and a digital camera (or scanner etc.) to get your photographs into your computer.

When you have your new gallery on The Papier Mache Resource, you will be able to add up to 20 photos. It is very easy to do, as the feedback from other users shows.

What you need to do

All you have to do is to to request a gallery and send a photo of yourself. We need this to create your own personal gallery. The size of the photo is not important, but preferably not too small. The galleries are only created on request and cannot be generated automatically. Please include your full name and country of residence along with your photo so that we can give you the correct flag!

When your gallery is ready, you will receive an email to let you know. You will be given all the information you need to use your gallery. Once you have logged in for the first time, you will be able to upload your pictures directly to the website and manage it yourself.

Please note that the login for the artists galleries is completely separate from the forum so please make a note of your username and passwords and keep them in a safe place.

You will be able to add/delete/change round your pictures and write descriptions for them. You will also be able to write a little introduction about yourself if you would like to. Basic statistics also show you which are your most popular items.

Since the majority of our visitors are English speaking, we do ask that you write your item descriptions primarily in English (additional translations are of course fine).

Most people feel apprehensive about putting their work on show for the first time, but it is lovely to feel part of such an interesting, creative community and we're sure you will enjoy it. So why not