Show Dates: July 7-31, 2022
All entries must be submitted online via www.entrythingy.com. Additional information can be found on the show’s prospectus page when applying for the show on www.entrythingy.com. You can also find the show by searching for “July Shows in Washington State” from the EntryThingy calls for artists
February 10 –May 5– Online entry via www.entrythingy.com
May 5: DEADLINE FOR ENTRY
May 10: Jury notifications will be sent
May 31: Deadline for receipt of shipped entries (accepted entries only)
June 4: Hand-carried entries received at the gallery 11am – 2pm (accepted entries only)
July 7: Opening Day of Show
July 16 5pm – 7pm: Artist Reception (depending upon pandemic status)
July 31: Last Day of Show
July 31: Pickup of unsold work by local artists 11am – 6pm
August 3 – 10: Any unsold work requiring shipping will be shipped back to artists
- Best in Show $500
- 1st Place $300
- 2nd Place $200
- Multiple Honorable Mentions
All award jurying is done by the juror in person after the show is hung.
Angela Bandurka, www.AngelaBandurka.com
Native to British Columbia, but a resident to the Pacific Northwest since the late 1990’s, Angela was named one of Southwest Art Magazine’s Artists to Watch in 2019. Angela’s award-winning work has been exhibited in shows throughout North America. She is a Master Signature Member of the International Society of Acrylic Painters (ISAP). Elected Artist Member of the American Artists Professional League, a member of National Oil & Acrylic Painters’ Society. Angela is represented by Cole Gallery in Edmonds, WA.
$25 for the first piece, $5 per each additional pieces, up to 7 pieces – Limit 7 pieces per artist.
Entry fees may be paid online through PayPal at time of registration.
All Entry fees are non-refundable.
Any 2D miniature art that has not been previously shown in this gallery is acceptable.
All entries must be original work produced by the entrant.
All pieces must be marked for sale with a minimum price of $150 per piece. There will be a 35% commission per sale.
All entries will be juried with strict adherence to the international definition of miniature art.
1. Miniature art is fine art on a small scale with minute attention to detail which can be enlarged or withstand close inspection without revealing any faults.
2. A representational subject should be no larger than 1/6 or smaller than their actual size. Subjects too small for portrayal in 1/6 or smaller than their actual size may still meet the spirit of a miniature if the work meets the above definition of miniature art. Non-representational work such as abstracts may meet the spirit of a miniature if all other factors in the definition of a miniature are met.
Any 2D images must not exceed 25 square inches. The outside measurements of the frame shall not exceed 6” x 8” in perimeter, or 28” total linear measurement around the outside of the frame.
All 2D entries must be framed and properly wired with D rings. On very small work a single D ring or sawtooth hanger is acceptable.
The back of the frame should be covered neatly with paper.
NO SECTIONAL FRAMES, METAL FRAMES, GLASS CLIPS OR UNFRAMED WORK WILL BE ACCEPTED.
All accepted work must have a label with the following information attached to the back:
- Artist Name
- Title of Art
Please ship all accepted entries to arrive no later than May 31st to:
426 9th Ave
Kirkland, WA 98033
206 450 5456
ALL SHIPPED WORK MUST EITHER INCLUDE A SELF-ADDRESSED PREPAID SHIPPING LABEL OR A CHECK IN THE AMOUNT OF THE SHIPPING COST. REFUNDABLE IF ALL WORK IS SOLD.
LOCAL HAND CARRIED ART
Local artists may deliver accepted entries to
130 Park Lane
Deliveries will only be accepted on June 4th between 11am and 2pm.
Parklane Gallery takes every precaution to prevent loss or damage to the art but will not be responsible for any loss or damage.
All artists who enter the show agree to hold Parklane Gallery harmless for any loss or damage.
Parklane Gallery reserves the right to refuse any entry that does not meet the requirements.
IMAGE GUIDELINES FOR ONLINE ENTRIES
When photographing your own work:
- Images should be void of background clutter, glare or reflection.
- Images must not skew the proportions of the art.
- Ensure the artwork is in focus and properly lit.
- Any images of accepted entries may be used by Parklane Gallery to promote the show via publication and online.
NOTE: ensure that all images have a minimum of 1920 pixels on the long side; websites such as Image Resizer can be used to adjust or resize images before submitting any entries.