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Stories, Fables, Fact and Fiction Exhibition | Linus Gallery

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Stories, Fables, Fact and Fiction Exhibition | Linus Gallery

Time: July 1, 2013 at 1pm to July 25, 2013 at 7pm
Location: International
Website or Map: http://linusgallery.com/call-…
Event Type: competition, submission, open call
Organized By: Linus Gallery
Latest Activity: Jul 1, 2013

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Event Description

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: Extended to July 25, 2013.

This exhibition is on of the themes part of the live show “Figments of the Imagination”.

Paintings are much like literature: they are meant to captivate the imagination, delight the senses, and to transport to a far away place.  For this call for entries, we’re looking for artwork that tells a story- as if it were a snippet of some larger narrative.  This does not mean artwork derived from common fables or popular books, but rather your own fact or fiction, your own unique fable or story.

All international artists, professional and amateur and all art mediums will be considered in this call for entries from photography to wall sculpture, fabric, mixed media, all paintings and drawings including, oil, acrylic, pastels, ink, graphite, etc. Work must be able to be hung on a wall to be considered. Sizes up to 12 feet are acceptable.

Accepted entries for this online exhibition will be judged again for a collective live exhibition at our Pasadena Gallery. The artists will be asked if they wish to submit their artwork for the collective exhibition, which is not a requirement to being a part of the online exhibition.

Cost: $35 for 3 entries, $5 for additional entries.

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For more information or to submit, please visit our prospectus link.

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