Medway 300 Arts Weekend
Entry Deadline: Mar. 15
Eligibility: Open to all Massachusetts Artists and there are no fees for submission.
Specifications: One submission per artist. Maximum scale is 36×36 inches. Artwork is open to Photography, Drawing, Painting, Digital Media, Mix Media and Printmaking. The work must be ready for hanging. If selected, please place a label on the back of the work with artist name, title, dimensions, year and price.
Submission Guidelines: Please email the following information:
Artist name * Title * Scale * Medium * Digital file – 5×5 in. (JPEG) at 200 DPI
**Artist Statement (statement should emphasize the relationship to the theme ‘300’)
Sales: Sales of the artwork will be offered during the event. All works must be priced or marked not for sale. 100% of all sales during the event will go directly to the artist.
1st place $250
2nd place $150
3rd place $100
Drop Off: All accepted work must be dropped off and picked up at Medway High School, 88 Summer Street Medway, MA 02053 . The exhibition committee will not be responsible for abandoned artwork. Please be sure to contact the exhibition committee regarding any late pick-up of artwork. Storage fees may apply.
Liability: All care will be taken in the handling your work. We are not responsible for damage, loss or theft. Works may not be removed from the exhibition before closing. The exhibition committee has the right to photograph any work for publicity and other promotional purposes.
Deadline and Notifications:
March 15th 2013 – Submission Deadline
April 15th 2013 – Email notification to artists
Drop Off Day: TBD
Emails Submissions to:
Medw[email protected] (Subject Line * Medway 300 Art Exhibition)
About The Juror:
Bruce Wood is a painter of New England marine and countryside scenes.
As a teen, Wood learned plain air landscape painting in Gloucester, Massachusetts, where he studied with Emile Gruppe and a variety of Cape Ann marine painters. He went on to formal art training at Massachusetts College of Art (BFA), and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (MFA).
He is founder of the fine art printmaking atelier AFA Press in Lakeside, Michigan, and the former Fenway Galleries in Chicago and Lakeside, Michigan. Currently he is the director of the Woodshed Gallery in Franklin, Massachusetts, and an active member of the Lyme Art Association, Cape Cod Art Association, and several other New England art associations.
Bruce Wood’s prints and paintings are in the collections of the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, the University of Alabama, and the Rockford Art Museum in Illinois.