Entry Fee (Entry Fee): $15.00
Media Fee(Media Fee): $15.00
Images | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 3
Total Samples | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 3
State: Rhode Island
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Open to all 2D media (EXCLUDING photography and digital, see more details below)
Open to all artists in the United States
Exhibition Dates: January 22nd - February 25th
This show will be taking place online and will not be displayed physically in the gallery.
NOTE: We do not have any Form Questions, that section of the application can be skipped. You may ignore it and move on to choosing work samples.
Work must not have been exhibited in a previous Rhode Island Watercolor Society juried show.
Work must have been completed within the last 10 years.
Work may not be copied from copywritten material.
No work partially or wholly painted by another.
Work may have been done in a class or workshop, but only using reference material belonging to the sole artist.
Work must be the same work represented by the submitted digital images. No altered digital images may be submitted.
Work must be the size represented in the submission form.
Work may be listed as NFS (not for sale) by putting the number 0 in the price section of the painting or by contacting the gallery at email@example.com.
Artwork should be well represented by any digital image submitted.
There is no size limit for this show.
The Rhode Island Watercolor Society is proud to support watercolor and other traditional watermedia materials and methods. With the growth of the arts industry comes the introduction of new equipment and practices. As the options for art making expand, so must the horizons of the Rhode Island Watercolor Society guidelines for our open juried shows.
Media and Mediums
Acceptable mediums: Any 2D media is acceptable (view unacceptable media below). These include but are not limited to: Watercolor, gouache, acrylic, oils, ink, casein, and egg tempera.
Unacceptable media: Photography, 3D media, reproductions, digital art
Acceptable Surfaces: Any 2D Surface. These include but are not limited to: watercolor paper, Yupo and similar synthetic papers, paper coated with varnish or gesso, stretched canvas or canvas paper, rice paper, Duralar, illustration board, and wood.
Framing and Presentation:
Framing is not necessary for this show as it is online only. If pieces are not framed, please reflect that when pricing your work. Work may still be sold in our online gallery.
Shipping: Please do not ship pieces for this show, as pieces will be displayed online in a digital format only. If your piece is purchased in our online gallery, up to 50% of shipping costs will be provided at the gallery's discretion.
Submission Fee: $15 for non-members, $10 for members. Checks may be made out to "Rhode Island Watercolor Society".
MEMBERS ONLY: Use code riwsmember in the white box below both your first entry and one additional entry on the checkout page. IF YOU ARE SUBMITTING THREE PIECES: Use code riwsmember on the first entry and riwsmember2 on your additional entries.
To become a member: please visit our website at riws.org or send us an email, we're happy to answer all inquiries about our membership!
Work that has not been suitably digitally submitted will be displayed at the discretion of the Rhode Island Watercolor Society. Please submit only work that will be available at the time of the exhibition and will remain for its entirety. No accepted entry may be withdrawn prior to the close of the exhibition. Prices for artwork indicated at the time of submission may not be re-negotiated at a later date. Submitted pieces may be used as promotional material by RIWS. Information on work(s) (including title and price) may not be changed after submission. If the work is sold, the Rhode Island Watercolor Society will receive 35% of the sale.
Submit 1-3 images, $15 each for non-members, $10 each for members (members use provided coupon code)
Please select "Watercolor" or "Other 2D Media". This is to help our juror determine our "Watercolor Award" more easily.
Open to all artists in the United States
Open to all 2D media (EXCLUDING photography and digital, see more details in full prospectus)