IZM Gallery....Artists join the IZM Gallery.
place to hang and exhibit your art and let the world see new visions
of life, love and the universal laws.
IZM Gallery is available to select visual artists looking to exhibit
his/her work in the virtual universe. Interact with dealers and
art lovers all over the world. Be the first to join this unique
To Contact the IZM Gallery please click here: email@example.com
for Exhibiting in the IZM Gallery sponsored by Millenniumizm.com
is your opportunity to display your creative and artistic talents
through out the world of electronic commerce and entertainment.
The purpose of the IZM Gallery is to provide a mechanism to expose
art of new and upcoming artist to the world.
Please submit copies of poetry, art etc. in an electronic format
( floppy disc, CD ROM etc.), processing fee ( note processing fee
is non-refundable ) and this completed application to IZM Gallery,
Post Office Box 5419, Atlanta, Georgia 31107. If you would like
to have the CD returned please provide a stamped, self addressed
envelope. IZM Gallery will not be responsible for postage on return
mail or damage caused by the Postal Service. The processing fee
is $150 dollars for 6 months. Artist can renew exhibit for an additional
6 months at $100 dollars. Artist can exhibit up to three images
on one. Please identify work with title, size, medium, price and
artist name and address. IZM Gallery will determine size and space
requirement. IZM Gallery does not guarantee sales for exhibit and
will not act a liaison between the artist and prospective buyers.
Artist will be notified via email or letter on selection of works.
Neither IZM Gallery nor Millenniumizm.com is responsible for any
actions taken by persons or nonpersons accessing the Internet, visiting
the site and attesting to the authority of the art. The Gallery
does not hold ownership of the original images through copyright,
formal or informal agreements or any legal association to the art
and artists exhibiting. Our sole desire is to provide a vehicle
for the exhibition of free thought and expression by presenting
the works of men and women committed to the creative process.