Gallery Operating Policy

About the Gallery: The gallery has two main exhibition walls, each approximately 15 feet long and 8 feet tall. In addition to this space 2 of our sanctuary’s walls serve as exhibiting walls, each approximately 8 feet tall and 40 feet long. We also have a niche gallery space called “Little Spirits” that can hold 2 large or up to 20 small pieces. We also can arrange for glass art in natural light and hanging of fabric art on poles or with clips.

Mission Statement: The WLLC Creative Spirits Gallery goal is to support emerging and well-established artists and to give their work exposure. The gallery exhibits professional- quality work by area artists with openings for amateur artists, too. The gallery team seeks to create collaborations between artists and between the artists and the community.

Security: The gallery space is unsecured by day and fully locked when the building is unoccupied. Insurance on exhibited work will be the responsibility of the artist. Exhibiting artist will sign an agreement holding WLLC harmless.

Selection: Our selection committee includes a staff member and several congregational members.

Insurance: All insurance for exhibited art will be the responsibility of the artist. WLLC will not accept responsibility for loss or damage.

Sales Policy: Artist will be allowed to offer works for sale and will provide WLLC with a price list for each exhibited piece. Artwork that is sold during the show will be marked as sold. It can remain until the conclusion of the show or removed. Payment will be made directly to the artist.

Artist’s Responsibility: For the actual installation of the artwork, the artist is invited into a collaborative process with members of the Art Team and the other artist(s) showing in the gallery at an agreed upon time. The artist will provide Creative Spirits with a complete listing of titles and sales price of exhibited work. The artist will agree to leave work on exhibit until the conclusion of the show, and remove work according to the schedule.


  • Demonstrate that you have a professional-quality body of work and that your show has a cohesive theme or story to tell.
  • All exhibited paintings and photographs must be framed, mounted, or use a wrap-around canvas technique.
  • For 3-dimensional art, provide the appropriate display cases or stands.