The Artworks record is the main form in the GI Artworks Collection Database software, and where detailed information about each artwork is stored, including the artwork's Artist, title, year, media, style, value, provenance, lending history. The Artwork image display panel provides the ability to link an unlimited number of artwork images of the artwork to the record. The ability to link multiple images allows for both the artwork's image and the verso to be visually recorded. You can link any number of images to as to record statues, or other multi-dimensional art forms, from every angle.
TThe main Artwork record Form also has a provision to record all aspects of an artwork's provenance and to link electronic documents (such as valuations or purchase receipts) relating to the artwork record. The Artwork collection software can retain a detailed history including of any exhibition history, consignment, or loan activity. The software is perfect for busy artists.
Artwork Image Zoom Form
Whilst viewing the artwork collection records view a zoomed-larger version of an artwork image by clicking the 'Zoom' button. The artwork image Zoom form provides three different options for viewing the work, including an 'Original' option that send the original link Artwork image to an external software image program. In the artwork zoom form, you can also print, or export to PDF, the Artwork Overview report or Artwork's summary report, both of which include an image of the artwork.
Artworks Database - Catalogue Form
Use the Artworks Collection software's 'Catalogues' form to create, store, and publish 1000s of different artwork catalogues. To create a new catalogue, simply select the artworks to include from a drop-down list, order the works to your liking. The selected artworks can be from a single artist or several artists. Once satisfied with the catalogue selection and order, print the catalogue or export the catalogue as a PDF ready for emailing. (Note: in the USA, relevant forms and reports use the spelling catalog rather than catalogue.)
Artworks Database - Catalogue Print Options Form
We are sure most artists will have a preferred colour scheme. Therefore we have included the Catalogue Colour Scheme form that lets you select the final colour scheme for the catalogue. Simply select your preferred colour scheme.
The 'Print Options - Catalogue Reports' form gives you user access to the various catalogue-related reports. All of the available catalogue reports available in the software can be printed and/or exported directly to a PDF document ready for viewing or emailing.
The following is an example of the printed Artwork Catalogue available in the Artwork Database software. Note the number of named Artists is limited to 5.
NOTE: We offer a software redesign service and can update branding and make layout modification to the Artwork Catalogue format is required.
Artwork Database - Reporting Options
The Artworks Collections Database includes a comprehensive suite of informative reports that can be filtered and sorted enabling you to track and report on all aspects of your art collection. If required, we do offer a redevelopment service and can create/add additional reports that may be required.
Artwork Collection - Artwork Overview Report
The Artwork Overview report is an example of just one of the reports available to users of the Artworks Collection Database.
Artwork Collection - Bulk Emailer
Send out Emails to current and prospective clients using the Bulk Emailer (Requires MS Outlook to function). Add catalogues, newsletters or any other attachments required on the emails. Each email sent is recorded in each clients record so you can see what previous emails they have been sent.
Artwork Database - Client Records
The artworks database client record stores the clients details including previous and purchases they have made. Any (bulk email) communications with the client are available at a glance. The Client record allows you to record a client's interests, which whilst being useful in itself, also provide the ability to include or exclude the client in a selection for a future bulk email run.