CALL for ENTRIES: Collectors Choice
I collect food-specific dishes. Weird, I know. I have ceramic turtles for wasabi, three-legged lava rock bowls for salsa, futuristic pods for olives, individual berry bowls, and there will be more. (Maybe these egg cups). Always the proper tool for the job, you could say. This next Call is really ALL about the collectors. See if this one is right for you…
Here’s an interesting Call for Entries from the Sylvia White Gallery in Ventura, California for the 2013 Collectors’ Choice. I am intrigued, this is a great opportunity for a few of you, but the challenge is in figuring out if YOUR work is something this anonymous group of collectors want. Investigate for your self…
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CALL for ENTRIES:
2013 Collectors’ Choice
Open to all artists 18+
MEDIA: Paintings, mixed media, paper, photography, sculpture, installation, digital, video and performance.
DEADLINE: November 15, 2012 at 11:00 pm Pacific Standard Time (PST) / Midnight, Mountain Standard Time (MST)
ENTRY FEE: $35 (USD) for 3 images, $5 each additional image, maximum 10.
JURORS: Each art collector may select one or more pieces by artists that are not currently represented in their private collection. Collectors’ names will be kept anonymous until the opening reception. Editor’s Note: My assumption is these are collectors that purchase work in the Sylvia White Gallery. Because they are anonymous, the best recommendation I have for research is to spend some time investigate the artists the gallery represents, since in theory, it is their work these collectors are purchasing–at least in part.
AWARDS: Selected artists will participate in 2013 Collector’s Choice January 2-February 9, at Sylvia White Gallery.
SALES: Unless otherwise specified, accepted works will be considered for sale at the price indicated and 30% commission will be retained by The Sylvia White Gallery.