"Off the easel"
SEP 25 - OCT 22
What ya been doing this summer? We want to see! This is our ‘hot off the easel’ show...so show us what you have been working on. Get fresh with us.
All 2-dimensional art welcome and any 3-dimensional artwork that fits on a pedestal. Photography, fabric, and journal pages are also welcomed if prepared for hanging. Enter your art submissions online digitally or drop off in-person.
Must be original art and the artist's own work. No reproductions/giclee prints (except for photography, digital art, or printmaking which utilizes limited edition prints due to the nature of the medium).
Must be for sale and priced. Artwork labeled "NFS" will be juried out.
professional artist and art instructor
Preparing Your Art:
Art MUST be ready-to-hang. Our gallery utilizes a wire hanging system that requires two D-rings on the back of your work (see sample HERE; screw eyes, buckles, and sawtooth hangers are not usable).
Register below with Eventbrite for the number of pieces you'd like to enter.
Drop off your art in-person or upload your art images online. To upload your images, check your Eventbrite confirmation email for a link. Photography Entries: photos should be printed before being submitted due to the tight drop off times for accepted pieces.
Submit art by the deadline date. Drop off art or upload images online before 4pm on the day of the deadline. The link for uploading images online will close exactly at 4pm so give yourself ample time to upload them.
Notifications & Art Pick Up
We will be notifying accepted entries via email by end of day (EOD) on Saturday, September 18th.
If you do NOT receive an email, then your art was not accepted into this show. You may stop by the gallery during business hours starting on Tuesday, September 21st to pick up artwork that was not accepted.
***Accepted online entries MUST be ready to drop-off at the gallery on Monday, Septemeber 20th between 11am-2pm.
***Late drop offs will not be included in the show. Photography entries should be printed ahead of time before being submitted.
Entry fees do not guarantee admission into the exhibit. Entry fees cover the cost of hosting a regional show.