Art Shows

Mellwood Spring Art Show

CONTACT: mellwoodoffice@gmail.com or 502.895.3650 for additional information.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: January 25th.
SET-UP: February 23rd.
EVENT DATE: February 24th and 25th.
BOOTH FEE: $175 dollars.

MAEC is now accepting applications for our 2nd Annual Spring Art Show. The booth fee is $175 dollars for both days. We encourage emerging artists and crafters to apply, however, not all applicants will be accepted. This juried show will occur indoors in the Monet and Picasso Rooms. The event space will be secured and monitored overnight on February the 23rd and 24th.  Vendors will have access to electricity and restrooms. We will have a drop-off area for the elderly and handicapped.

This year our March Mellwood Mural project will begin during the Spring Art Show.

Please email mellwoodoffice@gmail.com to receive an application or additional information.

LAST YEAR:

2017 MARCH ART SHOW PRESS:

Insider Louisville
Voice-Tribune
Courier Journal

 

2018 SEPTEMBER ART FAIR:

Applications will be available January 20th.

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SPRING & SEPTEMBER MELLWOOD ART SHOW MEDIUM CATEGORIES:

Drawing: Original compositions drawn by the artist’s hand in charcoal, pastel, pencil, ink, etc.
Painting: Original oil, acrylics, watercolor, Gouache etc. are in this category. Reproductions of all kinds will be prohibited. Painters wishing to sell any prints must submit a separate application in the Graphics/Printmaking
category.
Photography: Original photographs by the artist. May include digital alteration or hand painting.

Mixed Media: Original work where the primary intent is the union of two or more media. (2D Mixed Media is wall mounted mixed media work – 3D Mixed Media is freestanding mixed media work).

Digital Art: This category includes any original work for which the original image, or the manipulation of other source material, was executed by the artist using a computer. Work in this category must be in limited editions, signed and numbered on archival quality materials.

Fiber: Works created from fibers, including basketry, weaving, papermaking, leather, and fabric.

Handmade Clothing/Accessories: Work where the primary intention is to be worn and where the primary material is fiber.

Jewelry: All jewelry must be original designs made by the artist. Commercial findings are acceptable

Ceramics: Created from the imagination and by the hand of the artist from clay, porcelain, stoneware, and/or earthenware. Bisque from commercial molds is prohibited.

Sculpture: Three-dimensional works incorporating any material that are carved, modeled, constructed or cast

Wood: Functional and sculptural work where the primary material is wood. Original works must be hand-tooled, machine-worked, turned or carved.

 

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