Love Transforms Art Sale
Click Here to print the submission form: (Submission form PDF)
Online deadline: January 31st, 2017
Rental Fee: between $100 and $150 (jewelry and small sculptures)
Participation Fee: $40.00 (for first submission)
+ $5.00 (for each additional work)*
Small sized artworks;
Submitting work for consideration is easy. Email us samples of your work (5 high res JPG files), along with a short bio and a description of the work you will be presenting, including the title, medium, and size.
Please include the following with your submission:
• Your Name (and company name if you have one)
• Contact information (Phone, Cell, Email)
• Website (if you have one)
Email submissions to: email@example.com
Queen Gallery is seeking submissions for our upcoming art sale, Love Transforms to celebrate Valentine’s day. Art sale from February 9th to February 11th.
Love is the most sacred of all feelings. In Valentine the one special person in our life will be anxiously expecting us. What would symbolize your “ I Love You” statement!?
In a time and age that individuality is threatened by industrial/commercial society many still avoid a mass produced cookie cut product to be representation of their affection as a gift!
This February, Queen Gallery pays tribute to love and Saint Valentine’s day with a curated display of jewelry and small artworks.
We welcome all the artists to submit high resolution jpegs of their work for these 3 days Valentine’s art sale.
The deadline will be January 31st, 2017 when our curator will select the best work. Artist statements along with display-ready artwork will be required by February 7th, 2017 for those pieces selected.
A rental fee or participation fee will be required of those selected artists in order to help pay for advertising. The rental fee will be related to table space for jewelry and small sized sculptures varying between $100 and $150. For small art works like paintings, drawings, or print, … the participation fee is $40.00 (for first submission)
+ $5.00 (for each additional work). Artists are responsible for delivering and collecting their works from the gallery.
We welcome you to take part in sharing your art and love during this holiday. Read More »