Exhibit 2018(now closed)
Without our artists we would have no exhibition. We appreciate what you do and we would encourage you to exhibit with us.
We are looking for work which is skillfully created, which has something to say about you and your world and which will communicate with a purchaser.
"WHY HAS MY PAINTING BEEN REJECTED"
The answer to this often asked question is rarely is a painting not being selected on the basis of quality.
In practise we make a first selection. Then a second when we may have to decide between two very
similar paintings, but more often we simply do not have the space to hang everything submitted.
Please try not to allow your disappointment to preclude you from submitting works next year.
If you haven't entered before click on the links for the Art Exhibition Catalogues for the type of work we exhibit and the asking prices:
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MILNTHORPE ART EXHIBITION 2018 - Entry now closed!
CONDITIONS OF ENTRY - ALL MEDIA
EXHIBITORS A maximum of three works in each of the following categories may be submitted:
1 - Pictures; 2 - Miniatures; 3 - Pottery/Ceramics; and 4 - Sculptures
All of which must be for sale.
Please scroll down this page to our online application form. This will automatically send you an email acknowlegment.
Applications must be received by Monday 16th July 2018
(Late entries may be considered)
RECEIVING DAY Wednesday 18th July 2018 - Between 10.00 am and 5.00 pm
Works for the exhibition should be delivered unpacked to St Thomas’s Church Milnthorpe - The Committee cannot guarantee to accept works arriving after 5.00 PM. All works will be considered by the Selection Committee, who reserve the right to exclude any work which, in their opinion, is for any reason unsuitable.
ALL PICTURES MUST BE ORIGINAL
NO PRINTS OF ANY KIND - NO BRASS RUBBINGS - NO LINO CUTS
NO COMPUTER GENERATED IMAGES.
FABRICS.. PAINTED OR DYED FABRICS OR OTHER WORK MAY BE ACCEPTED
NO FURNITURE WILL BE ACCEPTED
- TOTAL OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS OF MINIATURES NOT TO EXCEED 6”x 4.5” (152 x 114 mm). Inc frame.
PRESENTATION OF YOUR WORK the work MUST have TWO labels, one to be stuck on the back and the other to be tied to a 6 inch string connection, so that the label will hang over the front of work. (This will be hidden when hung) both labels should bear the name (Surname first) and address of the artist, the title of the work and the selling price.
All pictures must have screws and cord attached. Please don't use picture wire - it hurts our hands!
N.B. PICTURES IN CLIP FRAMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Unless otherwise instructed, the committee will, if requested, give the artist’s name and address to potential buyers.
SALES A commission of 20% of the selling price will be charged on all works SOLD at the exhibition. It is hoped to pay artists for works sold immediately after the exhibition.
REMOVAL Exhibitors MUST undertake the removal of all unsold works from the Church Centre either on Sunday 5th August 2018between 5.00 and 6.30 pm or on Monday 6th August 2018 between 9.00 am and 2.00 pm.
INSURANCE It is not possible to obtain cover for any works left in the charge of the exhibition and exhibitors are accordingly advised to insure their own works for the period of the exhibition. While every care will be taken to ensure the safe keeping of works of art exhibited or submitted for exhibition, the Committee shall not be held responsible for any loss or damage, however caused.
By submitting your entry you accept the conditions of entry described above.
If you are having problems submitting your form online, please contact the Exhibition Secretary, Mike Coyle and we will send you an application form. You will get a message on here (after a second or two) and an automatic email reply when you have succesfully submitted your application online. Don't leave any box empty just type in any character("n" say) and the red warning will go.