CALL FOR ART
Art Collections: February
508 Sacramento St, Vallejo
Friday February 8th, 5PM - 10PM
Show will end March 3rd
Call for Art: Deadline Feb 3rd
We would love your collections exposed on our walls. We are looking for collections that induce story and introduce you as an artist. We are looking for illustrative, comic, contemporary, pop, surreal, whimsical, dark, fluffy, sweet, grunge, lowbrow and Omg!!! art work. What do you have to show?
You can submit up to 5 pieces, we accept all styles and mediums (Sculptures vary, contact the gallery).
***There is no charge to show in this space.***
We are looking for pieces with similar theme or aesthetics with a small background description and story.
Original work and studies will be accepted by skill level and use of techniques.
Famous characters can be referenced in work but can not resemble direct likeness
Fan Art will be turned down
Painting / Frame standard maximum is 3'x3’/ depending on show intake, artist will be contacted if work can not be housed.
All paintings/ frames need to be hang ready. No exceptions.
All pieces must come with med to high resolution photos and piece name-size-price for website and social media.
Three in house artists will determine what goes into the showing. The artists look for use design, color, style, technique, narrative, and personal aesthetics of the pieces.
Art submissions: Present – February 3rd (7pm)
Artists chosen will be notified between Present – February 3rd
Drop off dates will be from to Present - February 6th. *make appointment*
Pick up March 2nd - 6th *make appointment*
*Pick up and drop off are done at the gallery*
TrojanMonk Art is an Artist owned business. We collaborate and show works of Vallejo and bay area artists. We are here for the artist, we offer private critiques and demos to enhance work and productivity. The showing artist holds all rights to the work, we do not produce or sell artist work without contract or permission. % of sold work is discussed and agreed upon by artist and gallery owners (Consignment forms are used).