I think we need this as a catagory of discussion. I've been putting together and art show proposal for an exhibition of my models and photographs of my models. I'd like to know how others are handling how to display their models to the public. Maybe this would be several catagories of discussion: Photography of models, Display of models, and Solo Exhibitions of models. I'm working on the gallery proposal this week. I've got about 15 images in a packet along with proposal, artist resume, and image list. Yesterday, I learned that I can get the best images by using a tripod, turning off the flash, and using manual focus on the camera. I've got a Canon Rebel XT camera and an Epson Stylus (the best for archivability) printer I do need to try getting out my freestanding photography lights though and see how that works. I like diffuse lighting for models and sculpture since it avoids distracting shadows. Tonight I'm going to gallery openings to check out the gallery space that I'm making my proposal for and to rub shoulders with other artists. I love cardmodeling as an sculture medium. It's so cheap and easy to work with. It costs way less than bronze casting, doesn't have the electrical/gas hookup needs of welding, ceramics, or glass blowing, and best of all it doesn't have large storage requirements.