DATE & LOCATION:
October 5 - November 2, 2015
JoAnne Rose Gallery at Lake Anne
1609 Washington Plaza
Reston, VA 20190
Antonella Manganelli (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Karen Hutchison (email@example.com)
grown up in the shadows of the Music Hall in a historic
district, Tricia Cherrington-Ratliff credits New York's vibrant art
scene with inspiring her to create fine art at a young age. The history
of her surroundings gave her a lifelong sense that a beautiful work of
art outlasts a generation and speaks to those who come later. She
considers artwork a legacy to be passed to others.
Tricia is a member of the Fine Art Professionals of Virginia .
In support of the art loving community, she has organized numerous art
events, judged exhibits and hosted artistic gatherings in her homes and
studios over the years.
To learn more about Tricia and her work, visit her website at www.TriciaRatliff.com
Friday, September 18: Exhibit entry
Friday, October 2: Entry form via website deadline*
Monday, October 5: Drop Off 10:00 am
Sunday, October 11: Reception 2:00 - 4:00 pm
Monday, November 2: Pick Up 9:00 am
*Only 60 pieces, 30 artists, will be
accepted. Entry will be closed after the maximum is reached which could
happen before the October 3rd entry deadline, so enter early. The Exhibit Chair
needs time to print labels and prepare for hanging. THINK about your info when
entering online; it is recommended you print off the entry page for your
records. NO alterations will be made to titles or prices after the deadline. If
you are unable to meet these requirements, contact your exhibit chair
immediately to make special arrangements.
THEME: The Sound of Color
produces images, colors, dreams...
changes when you listen to music...a new world opens up the window of your
invites its artists to open that window, to paint freely, and through brush
strokes and color make the music come alive.
creative! Give color to the notes!
Please include in your entry the song
and the musician that inspire your piece, and opt to you, a little note to let
the audience know more about your art piece, and the relation with your
If you have any questions don’t hesitate
to contact Antonella to firstname.lastname@example.org
$20 - Members, $30 - Non-Members. Up
to 2 pieces per artist can be entered. Work 36” and over in any direction
counts as two pieces. See below for payment instructions.
Mixed Media and 2-D (suitable for wall hanging). No photography or fine craft
items. All work exhibited within the past 24 months at this venue are not
eligible. All work should be of good taste for a public building. The venue and
LRA reserves the right to unconditionally reject any work not deemed suitable
for display based on content or quality. All paintings that are entered should
be created within the last 3 years and follow the LRA framing guidelines.
Cash awards at the discretion of the judge.
SALES & CONTACT:
LRA will retain a 10% sales commission on all sales including sales up to 30
days after the exhibit closes which are a direct result of this exhibit. And,
of course, 6% sales tax is applied. Work will be sold at the price listed on
the entry form unless marked “Not for Sale” (NFS). For more information, please contact our
Show Chair for this exhibit at email@example.com
Artists exhibit all work at their own risk. The LRA and the venue are not
responsible or liable for damage, theft or loss of an individual’s work from
any cause whatsoever.
All accepted work must remain for the duration of the show. LRA reserves
the right to photograph work for publicity and use on the LRA website, Facebook
page, etc. LRA is not responsible for works left after the pick-up dates
following the close of the exhibit. Submission of any entry constitutes
understanding and agreement with all of the conditions set forth in this entry
All work must be able to
be hung on the wall. All paintings must be framed, unless they are
gallery-wrapped canvases. All work must be ready for hanging with a proper
hanging system: eye hooks strung with wire on either side of the work. This
should be located near the top back of the work and the wire should be tight
enough that it does not show when the work is hung. Work 36” and over in any
direction counts as two pieces. LRA reserves the right to refuse work that is
improperly presented or unsafe to hang. (Kick-stand frames will not be
accepted, frames that are overly worn will not be accepted, glass that is
broken will not be accepted, art that is not secure in its frame will not be accepted,
etc.) No clips front or back will be accepted. All work must be identified with
the artist’s name, phone number, title of work, medium and price. Work that is
wet will not be accepted.
If you would like to be included in press information, please send an email of
your image in .jpg or .png format, at least 1200x1200 pixels, identified with
the artist’s name, phone number, title of work, medium and price via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.