The Big Draw
is accepting submissions for it's upcoming show and fundraising event. Artists have until May 23rd to submit artworks.
questions or problems with submission forms? email firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Big Draw
is an art exhibit happening from May 29th – June 6th in Beacon, NY culminating in a party and live drawing rally on the evening June 5, 2010. A Call for Art
: We will be accepting submissions of unframed 2-dimensional works on paper in a 6” x 8” format. All works will be hung unframed. Submission Guidelines:
All submissions must be 6”x8” on paper. Any work will be accepted as long as it can hang on a wall- drawing, painting, photography, collage, etc. Mail art is encouraged. Each artist can submit up to 3 artworks. All 6”x8” artworks will have a sale price of $40. Artists will receive 50% of the sale price for each piece sold with the remainder going to Beacon Open Studios
. The Big Draw
is a benefit for Beacon Open Studios
. All monies raised will help make this year’s Beacon Open Studios bigger and better than ever! Each 6x8 submission must be accompanied by the submission form. Who can participate:
Anyone is eligible to participate. You do not have to be a Beacon Open Studios participant to submit art. Artists from the NYC and Hudson Valley region are encouraged to take part, national and international submissions also encouraged. Deadline:
submissions will be accepted in person or by mail from May 1-May 23.
Exhibition runs from May 29th-June 7th. The Big Draw gala party is Saturday June 5th 7-10pm. Unsold works:
We are unable to return unsold artwork by mail.
Unsold submissions are to be picked up at the Marion Royael Gallery
All unsold artwork should be picked up on June 6th between 12-7pm.
Submissions can be mailed or hand delivered during gallery hours to:
Marion Royael Gallery
460 Main Street
Beacon NY 12508
Attn: The Big Draw
Gallery hours noon-7pm Thursday -Sunday
Now in it’s second year, Beacon Open Studios
is a city-wide art event, connecting local artist and their studios to the public. BOS allows you an up-close look at what artists do behind closed doors. Visitors and art enthusiasts have total viewing access to workspaces where artists display past, current and artworks in progress. This year’s event scheduled for September 25-26, 2010. With more than 50 participating artists last year, we happily expect this year’s event to exceed 70 participants. BOS is made possible with the support of BACA