Foothills Rules for Exhibits


FOOTHILLS ART ASSOCIATION STANDING RULES FOR EXHIBITS

ACCEPTABLE WORK

Media: Oil, acrylic. pastel. watercolor. scratchboard, graphics (etchings, wood, and line-block prints). serigraphs. pencil, pen & ink (the Exhibits department will be the final judge as to the acceptability.)

Size: Maximum limit = 1,435 sq. in. framed, 10 square feet, about 32″ x 42″ 

No Craft or Photography: Crafts including metal-work, leather-work, rock-work, glass-work, fiber-work, paper sculpture, and ceramics. The Exhibits department will be the final judge as to the acceptability of all media, including mixed media work employing one or more of the aforementioned craft media.

Nudes must be in good taste, suitable for viewing by tile general public. The Exhibits department will be the final judge as to the acceptability.

All artworks must be framed (gallery wrapped canvas with painted edges is acceptable) and ready for hanging with D-rings and wire. For artwork requiring glass larger than 18″x24″, Plexiglas is recommended.

All two dimensional works must be done by the artist. All artwork must be original. All artwork must have been done within the last two years at the time of entry. Any piece of artwork that has previously won a cash or merchandise award from our Foothills Gallery cannot be resubmitted to another cash/merchandise show.

Artwork must have an entry form attached to the back on the lower right hand corner with the following information: name, phone, address, title. medium and price. NFS (not for sale) is not acceptable, Artwork must be priced for sale (Featured Artist is the exception).

No painting may be removed unless approved by the Exhibits chairman who will notify Host/ Hostess. It must then be replaced by one of the same size. No painting is to be removed during judged or iurled shows.

No painting will be accepted on hanging day.

A record of the number of times a person hangs in the gallery will be kept by the Exhibits department chairman to determine eligibility for all entries for juried shows.

The Hanging Committee reserves the right to restrict the number of paintings displayed. Any artwork registered for the monthly shows will count toward the required hangings for juried shows whether the artwork is actually displayed.