The theme for this year is ‘Tiered’.
A tier is one of a series of rows or ranks rising one behind or above another, a layer, level or stratum. ‘Tiered’
refers to something that is arranged in tiers, rows or layers, often used in combination.
This exhibition will be open to the public from 23rd November -24th December2011
Please note: we will be leaving the exhibition on display (to be seen through the window) over our Christmas break until we reopen towards the end of January 2012.
Artists who are selected for the exhibition are required to provide up to three series, each of which should contain three to five individual works (between 3-15 works in total).
Depending on the amount of work submitted, some pieces may not be displayed immediately. However, all works sold at exhibition will be removed from display at the time of purchase, allowing for sold pieces will be replaced with new ones. If a customer is interested in the work of a particular artist, we may also be able to show them more examples that are held in reserve.
Artists who are selected will be required to pay an entry fee of $75, this will cover promotional costs, installation and opening night etc. Breathing Colours takes a 33% commission on all sales.
Paintings and 2D artworks must be within the dimensions 50cm x 50cm (frame included, if framed).
Sculptures, jewellery and object art should not exceed 40cm in any one direction.
Submissions are due by the 1st of October, 2011.
Your expressions of interest should include:
1.) Images of proposed or similar works (please include appropriate captioning for images, including size of piece and materials)
2.) Curriculum Vitae
3.) Artist’s statement relevant to proposed work
Expressions of interested will be accepted via post, email or in person to:
Post: Attention: Jessica Page
446 Darling Street,
Balmain NSW 2041
Submissions due 1st October 2011
Selected artists informed 8th October
Selected artists work required in the gallery 12th November
For enquiries please contact:
email@example.com or (02) 9555 8543