Do you struggle with writing about your art? Or are you a non-native English (ESL) speaker in need of a quality statement to apply for opportunities? Let our writers do the work for you with artist’s statement ghostwriting!
We are specialists in writing artist’s statements both for general purposes and tailored to specific audiences and opportunities.
Whether you need a new 300-word statement for your website or a 150-word statement about a particular aspect of your practice for an application, your new statement will describe what your work is, how it’s made, and your message using an appropriate tone, organization, and correct grammar.
As part of this service, you will meet with our writer for a Zoom call, during which you will present your work and respond to any questions they might have about your practice. Then, they will get to work crafting an engaging statement that you can present with confidence.
We offer three options:
Full statement: A standard 300-word statement about your work, practice, process, and motivation. These are usually used for marketing purposes, including for artist’s websites, exhibitions, and collectors.
Short statement: A shorter, more condensed 150-word statement that can be used to apply for opportunities, including grants, fellowships, commissions, residencies, and other types of calls.
Combo package: Includes both a full and a short statement. As part of this package, we can write additional short statements with a different focus for $55 each (please contact [email protected] to purchase). Additional statements must be purchased within 7 days of the Combo package.
All ghostwriting projects include one written draft and one pass of revisions based on your feedback. Unless otherwise agreed, the turnaround time for this service is approx. 48 hours. Consider reading this Column post about questions to ask yourself before writing your statement before filing out the form below.
Important: Please fill out the form below before you purchase so we have all of the information we need to begin your project: