When someone wants to know who created your art, your signature tells them.
When someone sees your art for the first time and wants to know who the artist is so they can see more or learn more, your signature helps them find you.
Trump's first one includes a clause saying that budget line-items 'that allocate benefits on the basis of race, ethnicity, and gender' must be implemented 'in a manner consistent with the requirement to afford equal protection of the laws under the Due Process Clause of the Constitution's Fifth Amendment.' President Donald Trump issued a 'signing statement' when he signed the latest budget bill into law, saying that he would reserve the right to implement race- and gender-based set-asides in a way that respected the U. Constitution's 'equal protection' clause That declaration can be interpreted to mean the end of taxpayer dollars supporting programs that benefit Americans of one sex only, and Americans in specific racial or ethnic groups.This month the Making A Mark Poll is about signing artwork.I've also created a new resources for artists website - How to sign a painting and other fine art - which is providing to be very popular.No matter what your signature looks like, what form it takes or where you put it, no work of your art is complete without one.Your signature identifies your art for all time as having been created, completed and approved of by you and you alone (with the exception of collaborative works, of course).