When artists consign work, they provide artwork to be displayed for sale in the gallery. The consignment is for an agreed upon amount time and often coincides with a specific gallery show. Usually artists do not pay to have their work displayed. If an artwork sells, both parties are the benefactors. During the consignment period, the gallery has full right to the sale of the works in the gallery. The artist is also able to sell other works, take part in other shows, and promote themselves freely. Artists can consign artworks for group as well as solo shows, and work with the gallery to select pieces that best fit the concept of the show. This consignment method of representation is how Mills Gallery acquires artists and artworks. We establish strong relationships with artists it feels passionate about and wishes to promote, incorporating them into the gallery’s shows.