Explore the use of the color red, from subtle to dominating, and the varied psychological and symbolic meanings associated with this exciting color.
Open to all 2-D and 3-D mediums. At this time, we are unable to accept electronic media.
ArtWorks Gallery, 69 Main St., Ware, MA 01082
- Each artist may submit up to five pieces for this show.
- Kits, reproductions, and work previously juried into an ArtWorks Gallery show are ineligible.
- Sculptural work must fit through a standard height, 36′ wide door, weigh no more than 70 lbs, and if over 30′ wide, must come provided with suitable display stands.
- Artwork will be blind-juried for acceptance based on the criteria for this show using the image submitted with registration.
- All accepted work must be framed, wired, and ready to hang if applicable.
- Accepted work may be hand delivered or mailed in with a return label included in the packaging. Mail to: Workshop13, 13 Church St., Ware, 01082. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm that the package was sent and we’ll reply with a received confirmation.
The one-time, non-refundable entry fee for submissions is $22 for one entry, $30 for up to 3 entries, $40 for 5 entries.
How to Enter
Use Entry Thingy below to submit your entries online.
- Only one image for 2-D work and up to 4 images for sculptural work are permitted.
- Please ensure that images of your artwork are of good quality, are representative of the original, and exclude the frame.
- All uploaded images must be in .jpg, .png or .gif format and at least 2 MB in size, and must have a minimum of 1000 pixels on the shortest side.
- Images must be named:FirstName_LastName_Title
- Outer Frame dimensions should be given in the dimension field.
- Dimensions for sculpture should be included in the description.
- Accepted entries may be walked in or mailed in with a return label included in the packaging. Mail to: Workshop13, 13 Church St., Ware, 01082. Email email@example.com to confirm that the package was sent and we’ll reply with a received confirmation.
Terms of Entry
WorkShop13 will receive a 30% commission on all work sold. Art need not be for sale, but it is encouraged.
Artists retain all copyrights to submitted images and represented artwork. By entering the competition, artists selected to exhibit grant Workshop13 the rights to use the selected image(s) on social media, the website, and printed materials for promotional purposes as well as the online show posted on the Workshop13 website.
Workshop13 will not be held responsible for the loss or damage of any artwork and recommends all artists carry insurance sufficient to cover the full replacement value of their artwork. By submitting to this exhibition, each artist will be deemed to have concurred with this agreement.
Dates to remember-
|Entry Deadline:||January 19th, 2023. By midnight|
|Notification of Results:||January 24th, 2023|
|Hand Deliver Entries:||Sunday, January 29 | 1 to 3 pm
Monday, January 30 | 1 to 3 pm
|Show Dates and Times:||February: 4 – 26, 2023
Saturdays & Sundays | 1 to 5 pm
|Opening Reception||Saturday, February 4th | 3 to 5 pm|
|Pick-up artwork:||Sunday, February 26 | 4 to 5 pm
Monday, February 27 | 1 to 3 pm
After leaving art school, Nayana LaFond went on to own and run a cafe and record label as well work as a curator for over 20 years in various galleries and museums, 8 of which as Chief Curator. Through her work as an art organizer, she is now honored to sit on the executive board for Artist Organized Art, as well as several other arts and cultural boards. Her paintings and sculptures can be found in galleries, museums and private collections around the world.
Nayana’s Art is primarily acrylic paint on canvas, sometimes integrating ink, cloth, thread and other materials into her work. She paints paintings & sculpts using epoxy, metal, glass and concrete as well as found objects and her old medical supplies.
Life has been Nayana’s inspiration. Through challenges and surviving seemingly insurmountable odds, art has been her outlet and the place she could express that which could not be said. The majority of her work carries themes of social justice and as such she has been labelled as an “Artivist” (art-activist). Her work reflects themes from her experiences as a woman of mixed race and a domestic abuse and cancer survivor.