109A Kit Carson Road
Contact Email: email@example.com
Call Type: Exhibitions
State: New Mexico
Entry Deadline: 4/5/18
Images - Minimum: 4, Maximum: 8
Total Media - Minimum: 4, Maximum: 8
The show will be supported with:
• Professionally printed invitation with a national mailer to the galleries' collectors.
• Email announcement
• Website presence for all selected artists on the galleries' websites.
• Regional and National Press
• Opening Reception
• Gallery sales staff
• Exposure to prominent figures/ collectors/ curators/ publishers in the visual arts.
David Mapes - Owner of David Anthony Fine Art
A resident of Taos for 32 years, Mapes is deeply invested in preserving the history and vitality of Taos as an international arts center. He is a custom furniture maker, metalworker, and a pyrotechnician by trade. He honed his trade building residential and commercial furniture and subsequently founded the New Mexico Furniture Company in 2003. In 2011, David opened David Anthony Fine Art and quickly established DAFA as one of top art galleries in Taos. David is chairperson of the Taos Marketing Committee and serves on the boards of several art organizations.
Robert Nightingale – Owner of Wilder Nightingale Fine Art
Robert's gallery is an institution that has been in Taos for the last 27 years. During this period of time he has launched countless careers and championed the artists of the Taos market with an eclectic eye that has helped form the present Taos' aesthetic. His artists are in various museum collections and his collector base reflects his deep roots within the New Mexico Arts Community. Some of his recent projects include curator for the Taos Fall Arts Festival, president of the Taos Gallery Association, and host of the annual Hearts and Stars Auction.
Greg Moon - Artist, Curator, Owner of Greg Moon Art.
Greg has worked in the commercial gallery scene for 36 years, 27 of those years in Taos. His space focuses on works of the contemporary vein with an emphasis on fine art in the “old school” mediums of painting, photography, printmaking, mixed media, sculpture, and assemblage. One of his latest projects was co-curating “Orale': Kings and Queens of Cool” at Taos' Harwood Museum of Art. The show was a in-depth survey of Lowbrow and Pop-Surrealist artists in the U.S.
The show is open to all US based artists 18 yrs. and older.
Entries are being accepted in painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture, mixed media, fiber arts, digital printed media, and assemblage. Giclees will only be accepted in photography and digital media.
All photography/ digital media prints (with the exceptions of Polaroid, platinum, and albumen) must have an image size of at least 8 x 10”.
All works must be for sale and remain in the gallery for the duration of the exhibition.
Any work not comparable to the file submitted can be rejected at the juror’s discretion.
All works must be ready to hang or display. All works requiring glazing must use plexiglass.
No substitutions for works accepted into the show.
2-D pieces are limited to a width of 52” and a height of 72” with framing.
3-D pieces are limited to a width/ depth of 32” and a height of 72”.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
Apr. 5: Deadline for applications
April 7: Notification of accepted works
April 16-18: Receivership of accepted works
April 21: Opening Reception 5-7PM
April 21 – May 12: Exhibition
May 14-16: Pick-up/Return of work