Cynthia Hayes
An Exclusive Expression of Indian Mythology — Acrylic on Hand-Blocked Fabrics

October 21 – November 17

January 27 – February 23, 2017

Jessica Newman, Vanishing Point: Acrylic Urban Landscapes

Opening Reception: January 27, 5:30pm – 7:00pm

PLEASE NOTE:

All artists must apply using this online application. Due to the number of artist applications we receive, we cannot accept or process applications sent through the post. If you send application materials to us through the mail, materials will not be returned.

Artists who are selected for exhibition are responsible for handling and paying for all shipping arrangements of exhibition objects TO and FROM the gallery.

To be added to the MCC CACE artists registry, the following application requirements must be fully completed and electronically submitted:

  • Maximum of 10 images of art
    • jpeg format, 1 MB per image
    • of the 10 images, one or two could be a detail
    • images should comprise a consistent body of work
    • selected images should adhere to Art Media Categories and Criteria  (see below)
  • Each image must include the following information:
    • title of work
    • medium
    • size (must not exceed 72 inches in height or 80 lbs.)
    • price (cost of artwork needs to be substantiated by previous sales)
  • Letter of interest, which includes proposed exhibition theme or title
  • Artist’s statement of 700 words or less

 

If accepted, the following will also be required:

  • Resume including previous exhibition and sales history
  • Signed contract
  • Your Information

  • Sample of Work

  • Please include ten (10) examples of your work. Uploaded files should be individual .jpg files, or a .zip file. The total size of attached files cannot exceed 10 MB. In the box below, please give the Filename, Title, Medium, Size, and Insurance/Sale Price for each piece.If your work is not for sale, please list it as 'NFS' next to the insurance price. (The gallery takes 10% of all sales.)
  • Drop files here or
    • Letter of Interest & Artist Statement

    Art Media Categories and Criteria:

    Ceramics – Original shaped and fired clay (including earthenware, porcelain, stoneware and terracotta). Non-jewelry. May not be machine-made or mass produced.

    Digital Art – Original work created by the artist using a computer, printed with archival quality materials which have been signed and numbered as a limited edition. This category includes scanned images of the artist’s original work that have been significantly manipulated or enhanced into the final piece.

    Fiber/Leather – Original work created by the artist from fibers or leather including basketry, weaving, quilt making, books, papermaking and fine wearables. No factory produced items are permitted.

    Furniture – Original work in any material which is functional as a piece of furniture.

    Glass – Original work created in glass by the artist including blown glass, fused glass or stained glass.

    Graphics/Printmaking – Original two-dimensional work including graphite, charcoal, chalk, pastels, wax crayon, inks, and washes. Also, prints manually created by the artist using plates, stones or screens which have been signed and numbered.

    Jewelry – All jewelry, whether the work is produced from metal, glass, clay, fiber, paper, plastic or other materials, must be entered in this category. No commercial cast, molds or production studio work is allowed.

    Metal – Original, non-jewelry metal work created by the artist without use of a production studio.

    Mixed Media 2D – Includes collage and handmade paper; incorporates more than one type of material and has a relief depth of less than 1/8 inch.

    Mixed Media 3D – Original, non-functional work which combines more than one material or media and exceeds 1/8 inch depth.

    Painting – Original, two-dimensional work created with pigment, including oils, acrylics, watercolor, egg tempura, casein, alkud, etc.

    Photography – Signed prints created by the artist from his/her own original negative or digital files that have been process by that artist or under the artist’s direct supervision.

    Sculpture – Original three-dimensional work created by shaping stone, wood or any other hard material.

    Wood – Original hand-tooled, machine worked, built-up, turned or carved work in wood.