Call for Submissions: Seattle Print Arts Members Exhibition Contemporary Hues

The exhibit will be on display at Cascadia Art Museum, 190 Sunset, Edmonds, WA 98020, Wednesday, November 22 - Sunday, January 7, 2018 in conjunction with the exhibition “Territorial Hues: The Color Print and Washington State 1920-1960” which opens October 5. Juried by David Martin, owner of Martin-Zambito Fine Art in Seattle and Cascadia Art Museum curator, “Contemporary Hues” will be a compliment to the main gallery exhibition at Cascadia Art Museum, “Territorial Hues,” and will showcase color print works by Seattle Print Arts members.

THE SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS OCTOBER 1st. Artists will be notified if their work has been accepted for exhibition by October 10th. Submissions are open to all current SPA Members There is no entry fee to register. Members must complete the online submission form found here, by October 1, 2017. Works will not be received without prior online submission. Artists may submit up to 2 works.

JUROR Juror will be David Martin Martin is co-owner of Martin-Zambito Fine Art and curator at Cascadia Art Museum Martin has written numerous articles and books, particularly focused on Northwest Art. David will select one piece for a $200 Juror’s Award.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL ARTWORK Submissions must be color prints (intaglio, litho, relief, screenprints, monotypes etc.) No digital media or photographs. Works may not exceed 28 inches in either direction when framed. All entries must be original and may not be copied from a published artwork or photograph. Artwork may be for sale or NFS. Cascadia will take a 40% commission on sales.

NOTE Artwork will not be insured by Seattle Print Arts or the Cascadia Art Museum. Seattle Print Arts reserves the right to exclude any works which are deemed offensive or otherwise inappropriate. Again, all submitted works must be COLOR PRINTS. “Contemporary Hues” is a complimentary exhibition to the show “Territorial Hues: The Color Print and Washington State 1920-1960” at Cascadia Art Museum, curated by our juror David Martin.