L A S T C A L L F O R A R T I S T S
MySLART.org is looking for 33 artists to exhibit their work at our "33March" art exhibit at the Old Orchard Gallery in Webster Groves. This exhibit includes an opening reception Friday, March 23, from 5:30 pm to 10 pm, and gallery hours on Saturday, March 24, from 10 am to 5 pm. The exhibit will also be available for viewing by appointment through April 11.
Artists are invited to submit three works each in any medium or mixed media. For works submitted to be hung on the wall, each artist is limited to 6’ feet of horizontal wall space for the three works. For sculpture, each artist is limited to an area 6' square. Pedestals (if required) are supplied by the artist.
We're also looking for one of the artists to paint, sculpt, pot, or whatever, live from 5:30pm to 10pm at the opening reception. A performance artist would also be welcome to apply.
MySLART.org charges no gallery commissions on any sales of your work, you keep 100%. But there is a $30 entry fee per accepted artist (not per work). There is no fee for submitting your work.
Three artists accepted for this show will be selected for Best of Show award, Second Place award, and Third Place award. Those winners will receive a $75, $50, or $25 gift certificate from Llywelyn's Pub. Additionally, the top four artists, as voted by visitors to the opening reception, will also each receive a bottle of European wine from Bakkheia Wine Distribution of St. Louis.
Deadline for received submissions is Tuesday, March 6. But don’t delay submitting. Submissions will be reviewed as received and accepted or rejected only until we have 33 artists accepted. 26 artist slots are already taken.
To submit your work for review, send an email to MySLART@live.com with photos of your three works (in the JPG file format) as attachments. In your submission please include your phone number and the title and size of each work to be exhibited.
Feel welcome to post this call for artists, or forward it to other artists that may be interested. Thank you for helping spread the word.