CALL for ENTRIES: Illumination of Imagination
My husband is a tea drinker, and it is my fault. So, I don’t like the smell of brewed coffee. (I hear the nasty emails being pecked out on keyboards across the world.) I haven’t drank a cup of coffee in 18+ years. I think brewed coffee smells like skunk spray. No joke. So for a long time, my husband used a French press because the odor was lessened. But then the plunger on the press broke, and neither of us ordered a new one. Now, he drinks Earl Grey every morning. I feel a little bad. (Not really.) Hobbits like tea, or so we are led to believe. You figure out how that is connected to this next Call by investigating for yourself…
Check out this Call for Entries from Six Summit Gallery (Ivoryton, CT) for Illumination of Imagination! The entry fee can be as low as $10. This could be a great opportunity for you to sell art AND the juror is very well documented. Take a look…
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CALL for ENTRIES:
Illumination of Imagination
Six Summit Gallery presents “Illumination of Imagination” their 3rd Annual Holiday Art Celebration, juried by David T Wenzel. Thousands of people descend upon their little village the first Saturday of every December. They hope you will join this special art exhibition.
MEDIA: Original work in oil, water color, pastel, acrylic, mixed media, collage, graphics, photography, sculpture. Photo-mechanical reproductions of original work (giclee prints) are not eligible.
DEADLINE: Received by November 10, 2012
NOTIFICATION: November 14, 2012
ENTRY FEE: First entry $10, 2 entries $15 and 3 entries $20.
JUROR: David T. Wenzel is an illustrator and children’s book artist. He is best known for his visualization of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit, illustrated in graphic novel format. The Hobbit, Graphic Novel is one of the most successful graphic format adaptations of a piece of classic literature David has worked on Kingdom of the Dwarves, written by Robb Walsh, published by Centaur Books.
David has left his artistic mark on a variety of non-book related projects including puzzles, greeting cards, and two entire miniature kingdoms of collectible figurines. Many may remember him from the days when he worked on The Avengers for Marvels Comics.
SALES: Gallery receives 35% on accepted sold work. 5% of sales will be reserved for charity. Artists will receive 60% of sales.