Erie Art Gallery is continually expanding the bridge between Art & Technology. With the help of NiftyKit EAG is experimenting with creating and selling NFTs and making the minting affordable and accessible. EAG will help Mint art each on the Polygon Blockchain. If you choose to sell it on our marketplace we will take a 30% commission. This is still a work in-progress and terms may change based on Blockchain we choose to use. Our hop is to make NFTs affordable to at risk artist in the Erie area.
To start, you can create an account here : nft.erieartgallery.com If you just want to sell your digital assets we can take them by Email and Mint them for you Contact Brad Ford for Crypto Services and NFT Curating.
Erie Art Gallery reserves the right to refuse any work that is not aligned with our mission of diversity, acceptance, and ethics
NFT Minting Services for at Risk Artists
More on the Blockchain Polygon: Polygon is a protocol and a framework for building and connecting Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks. Aggregating scalable solutions on Ethereum supporting a multi-chain Ethereum ecosystem..
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- Promote the ERIE arts to outside opportunities.
Bradley Ford is a native Erie artist who has been producing art work to enrich the community for more than 30 years. Brad’s diverse artistic background includes a BFA in Animation from Edinboro University and a MBA from Western Governors school. His professional experience includes his work as a graphic designer, web developer, painter, and as set designer for numerous dance and theatre performances, including Lake Erie Ballet’s 2012 production Blue Ballet. While living in Salt Lake City for 8 years, Brad’s work was pivotal in planning the Utah Arts Festival and in Erie has been instrumental with the productions of CelebratErie, Erie Crime Victim’s Center Midday Dance Breaks, and regularly displays original artwork throughout the community. Urraro Gallery hosted his 2013 solo show of paintings, assemblage, and sculpture, “Of Rag-Dolls and Rocket-ships.” Brad’s newest work is currently on display in the 2021 Nicole and Harry Erie Art Museum Spring Show.