Gallery Underground in Arlington, VA just outside Washington DC announces “Small Works/Big Impact” May 1-26, 2017, a national juried art competition, cash prizes awarded. Voted “Best Art Gallery” in 2015 by the readers of Arlington Magazine.
All media artists, sculptors and photographers are invited to create visual works on any subject or theme, not exceeding 12″ in size on the longest side, excluding frame. Total framing (frame plus mat) or sculpture base may not exceed 4”.
All media accepted, national juried show (US only). Entries must be original, entirely the work of the entrant and not based on any copyrighted work – no giclees or reproductions except for photography. Note: photography must be matted, under glass – photos printed on canvas will not be accepted.
Size may not exceed 12” on longest size, excluding frame. Total framing (frame plus mat) may not exceed 4” width
Artist Narissa (Nar) Steel is President of the Miniature Painters, Sculptors & Gravers Society of Washington, DC (MPSGS). For many years, she has served as the Society’s chairperson for its International Exhibition, and for nine years was the owner of Cobblestone Art Gallery in Old Town, Alexandria, VA. She was the Facilitator for the World Exhibition of Miniature Artists held at the Smithsonian Institute in the summer of 2005.
$500 in prizes awarded.
APPLY ONLINE – Entry fee $35 for up to 2 works.
Notification of accepted or non-accepted work will be via email as early as possible after deadline, but no later than March 31, 2017.
Sales will be promoted. All work must be for sale. Gallery Underground will retain a 30% commission on all sales.