Visual artists are welcome to submit their work for our juried exhibitions. Fill out the artist application and return it to the designated Art Center location with your entries and entry fee. Be sure to read the juried show details carefully before submitting your work, application, and fees.
“The Woods – Depictions and Transformations” - open media show
March 6, 2014
Visual artists are invited to produce works that pertain to the subject of the woods (trees) and various depictions of woods; and carried to art made out of wood (i.e. wood turning or carvings or assemblages); or on wood (as in a woodcut).
Entry deadline: Wednesday, March 5, 2014, by noon
Entry drop-off: Premier Gallery, Bank of America Tower 50 North Laura Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202. Hours: Tuesday – Friday, 11:00 am – 3:00 pm.
Notification of unaccepted work: March 5, 2014
Pick-up of unaccepted work: March 6
Opening reception: March 6, 2014 Premier Gallery, Bank of America Tower 50 North Laura Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202. 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Artwork submitted must be original work by the artist, completed within the last 2 years not under academic supervision. Mass-produced objects or craft kits are not accepted.
2D works must be properly framed with wire on the back or gallery-wrapped canvases with all sides painted. Works with sawtooth hangers on frames and canvases will NOT be accepted. 3D works should be free standing or able to fit on a gallery pedestal. Special installations must be provided by the artist and approved by The Art Center.
Artists 18 years and older residing in the United States are eligible to enter. Cash awards for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place are given based on the amount of entries received.
Insurance is the responsibility of the artist. The Art Center does not accept responsibility of theft, vandalism or damage caused by gallery patrons or staff or caused during transfer for any reason including mishandling by carrier or failure of packaging to protect works in transit. Also not covered is damage cause to work by failure of the work itself, or its mounting systems installed by the artist.
All work must be for sale. The Art Center will take a 40% commission on all work sold by non-members. Commission on works sold by members will be according to artist agreements per member status.