Announcing a Call-for-Art: Art Mirrors Life Exhibit
The Clark county Arts Commission seeks submissions of two-dimensional art for jurying.
Artists interested in being considered are requested to email the following to : sixthfloorgallery@
Deadline for submissions: September 12th, 2013
- 3 to 4 Images of the artist's work in digital file image format
- A brief artists's statement, approximately 50 words, describing how the artist's work relates to the theme, "Art Mirrors Life".
- A description of the pieces including the title, dimensions, media and price
Acceptance notices sent: September 16th, 2013
Artwork delivery by artist on: October 1st, 2013
Exhibit runs: October to December 2013
- The theme can be narrowed by examining the effect of cultural background, place of residence, or influence of individuals.
- Artwork promoting religious or political idealogy will not be considered.
- Religious or political imagery is acceptable only as related to cultural background.
- Content must contain no nudity
- Artists must live in Clark County, Washington
- Artists must exhibit a minimum of six (6) pieces.
- All artwork must be framed, ready for hanging with wire on the back
- Participating artists must agree to pay the Clark County Arts Commission a 25% commission should their work sell.
Interested artists should email 3-4 JPEG images, artist's statement and a description of the pieces by September 12th to:
All images will be reviewed that are received by the September 12th deadline. Questions can be directed through the gallery email above.
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The work of three artists will be showcased in the exhibit Clark County: Living the Good Life, which opens Friday, July 5, in the sixth-floor gallery of the Public Service Center, 1300 Franklin St.
The public is invited to meet the artists at an opening reception during First Friday Art Walk. It will be 5-7:30 p.m. on the center’s sixth-floor.
The show will remain through September, and can be viewed during the center’s regular business hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except holidays.
The artists are:
- Marilyn Hocking, whose pastels are of rural scenes, primarily in Ridgefield.
- Jon Brittingham, whose serigraphs depict activity on and around local waters.
- Sally Sellers, who uses textile media to create abstract designs from urban architecture.
The exhibit is sponsored by the Clark County Arts Commission.
Requirements:* Residence in Clark County* Work framed for hanging on a cable system with a wire (slightly slack)* Broad-themed interpretation of subject matter with no nudity, political, or religious content* Sales prices to include sales tax (artist assumes responsibility to pay local, state agencies)* Agreement to remit 25% of sales price to Arts of Clark County to help defray gallery expenses* Send up to 4 JPEG images with titles, dimensions, media, and prices or insurance values
Deadlines/Dates to remember:* Submission deadline - May 30th* Notification of acceptance - June 7th* Delivery/installation - July 2nd* Opening Reception - July 5th* Deinstallation/Pick-up - October 1st