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By Steve Popkin, Courtesy of Art Show.com
I recommend doing some undercover surveillance work before going in for the first time to make an introduction. Now to explain what I meant by that. In order to have your best shot at getting your work into a gallery or store you need to know what the store/gallery owner or manager is looking for. This being said, do some research into what sells in that particular gallery or store.