Saltbox Artist Bio and Art Box Description Forms

Saltbox Artist Bio Form

Have you ever decorated a Baltimore Saltbox? If the answer is Yes, then you’re a Baltimore Saltbox Artist! Here at Baltimore Saltbox, we’re interested in documenting saltbox art and the artists who make it. To that end, we have a few questions about who you are and what inspires to you make your art.

Here’s the plan: We’ll create a bio page on the Baltimore Saltbox website for each artist who fills out the survey. The bios will link to pages about the saltboxes the artists embellished.

Bio pages will look something like this: Saltbox Artist Sample Bio

Saltbox Art Description Form

We also have a few questions about each of the boxes you’ve decorated, where each box is located, what materials you used, and what story your art box is sharing.

ONE FORM PER PIECE OF SALTBOX ART. CURRENTLY INSTALLED AND PUBLICLY VISIBLE INSTALLATIONS ONLY, PLEASE.

Here’s the plan: We’ll create an art box page on the Baltimore Saltbox website for each box for which an artist fills out the survey. Links to the art box description pages will appear on saltbox artist bio pages and the Saltbox Art Google map.

Art Box pages will look something like this: Saltbox Art Box Description Sample

We’re also figuring out QR codes that can be put on the boxes that will allow visitors to access the art box description website when they’re visiting your box. Fancy, right?

PLEASE NOTE: These forms are completely voluntary and not official in any way. Saltbox art is DIY and open to all. Baltimore Saltbox is not affiliated with Baltimore City, MDOT, or any other official entity. We’re only here to document and foster community out of love for the box. We’d love to get your story and share it, but also understand and respect that everyone might not be comfortable with, or interested in, having their information out there.