Competitions Animals in Art
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U.S. National Deadline: February 15, 2017 – A Different Path Gallery, located in Brockport, New York is pleased to announce an opportunity for artists of all age groups, styles, and mediums to exhibit their work that features animals. All entries must be of original design and personal execution. No reproduction will be accepted.
Lori Skoog is the founder and director of The Skoog Workshop, which was first started in March of 2002. She is also a retired art teacher from the Brockport Central School District, and has a firm belief that everyone has the ability to find success in their art, and the key to that is learning to see and being able to develop confidence.
Katherine Weston is the owner and gallery director of A Different Path Gallery. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Michigan, and has been active in the art field for more than thirty years. She has also won numerous awards for her work in printmaking and mixed media.
HONORS AND AWARDS
Best of show will receive $100 and an opportunity to have a solo show at the gallery.
Entry fee is $20 per entry; by check payable to A Different Path Gallery.
HOW TO ENTER THE JURIED SHOW
- Select artwork consistent with the theme- “Animals in Art”. The theme has been chosen to be inclusive of a wide range of genre, technique, and creativity.
- Submit up to four images per submission to be juried. Images must be in jpeg format at 72 dpi resolution.
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE
Letters of acceptance will be mailed by February 17, 2017.
A Different Path Gallery will retain a 10% commission on all sales made during the exhibition. An insurance value (i.e. material costs to reproduce) and a sale price, which includes the commission fee, must be included on the submission form.
Direct any questions to Katherine Weston, email@example.com or phone (585)637-5494.
A Different Path Gallery is a not-for-profit gallery located in the heart of Brockport, New York by the historic Erie Canal. The gallery was established in 2010 with the focus of supporting emerging and established artists of all ages and mediums, as well as to bring fine arts to the local Brockport community. The gallery also hosts monthly literary readings, weekly music events, and dance performances from local and national artists.
A Different Path Gallery
27 Market St
Brockport, NY 14420