Toe River Arts Juried Exhibit
Sept. 28-Nov. 2, 2019
Toe River Arts Gallery
269 Oak Ave.
Spruce Pine, NC 28777
Reception: Oct. 11, 5-7 pm
$1500 in Cash Awards to be announced during the reception
$800 - Best in Show
$400 - Second place
$200 - Third place
$100 - Honorable Mention
Mary Anne Redding serves as Curator and Assistant Director of the Turchin Center for Visual Arts at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC.
Open to all professional or amateur artists who reside in NC, SC, GA, TN, or VA. Artists must be at least 18 years old.
A nonrefundable submission fee of $35. is required at the time of submission.
Up to 3 pieces of original artwork may be submitted.
All mediums accepted. Work must be original and created within the past two years. All work must be "Exhibition Ready" and must be for sale. 40% commission is taken on all sold work. 2D pieces must be no more than 50lbs and 3D pieces must be no more than 150lbs. Toe River Arts reserves the right to refuse any submission that it deems unacceptable for the exhibit.
Acceptance/rejection notification will be sent via email the week of August 19th - 24th, 2019.
Accepted artwork may be hand delivered or shipped at the expense of the artist. Each piece of artwork must be labeled with artist's name, address, phone, email, title and retail price. Work should be shipped or delivered to the Toe River Arts Gallery, 269 Oak Avenue, Spruce Pine, NC between 10:30 am-5pm, Tues.-Sat, September 17-21, 2019. Work delivered after the deadline date of Sept. 17 at 5pm will not be accepted. A return, prepaid shipping label from UPS or FedEx must accompany all shipped artwork for return shipping. All works must remain on view until the close of the exhibition or until sold. Works must be picked up from the Toe River Arts Gallery between Nov. 5-9, 2019. Return shipping will be shipped between Nov. 5-9, 2019.
Liability: Toe River Arts insures all work while on its premises. Artists must provide their own incoming/outgoing shipping insurance. Toe River Arts is not responsible for damage due to improper packing or use of faulty construction