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Artist Entry Form:

Please fill out this form in entirety and submit only once when you have completed

Mailing address where you want payment sent:

Artwork 1:

  • The artist receives 50% of the sale of any paintings, Jackson Art receives 40% and 10% will go to charity)
  • What inspired this artwork and how does it relate to theme of the show? (women’s rights, racial equality, education, empowerment,environment, etc ) 
  • Please write a few sentences about your work. Your comments will be included in the caption next to your work at the show.
  • See examples at bottom of this form

Artwork 2:

  • The artist receives 50% of the sale of any paintings, Jackson Art receives 40% and 10% will go to charity)
  • What inspired this artwork and how does it relate to theme of the show? (women’s rights, racial equality, education, empowerment,environment, etc ) 
  • Please write a few sentences about your work. Your comments will be included in the caption next to your work at the show.
  • See examples at bottom of this form

Artwork 3:

  • The artist receives 50% of the sale of any paintings, Jackson Art receives 40% and 10% will go to charity)
  • What inspired this artwork and how does it relate to theme of the show? (women’s rights, racial equality, education, empowerment,environment, etc ) 
  • Please write a few sentences about your work. Your comments will be included in the caption next to your work at the show.
  • See examples at bottom of this form

EXAMPLES OF ARTWORK DESCRIPTIONS: (One description per/each piece submitted. Please keep it short to a few sentences.)

  • "The Anvil is a symbol of the virtue, bravery and strength. A symbol of the earth and of matter. It corresponds to the passive and feminine principle, as opposed to the hammer, which denotes fecundation. The anvil is a symbol of universe being forged and can also represent martyrdom. I have also included a hammer although it is not in the foreground and the whole painting showcases hard work, strength fortitude and perhaps speaks to lineages and generations that have come before and will continue to come."
  • "This monoprint was created to voice my concerns about the environment and plastics in the ocean. I used a two plate printing process with watercolors and various tools to create texture inside the whale. I scraped, stamped, dragged, sponged and layered paint creating interesting textures."
  • "Standing firmly against the battering winds, united across the world, women everywhere can support each other to meet their goals and be treated equally among all mankind. Together we can reverse climate change, help girls go to school in less fortunate countries and heal the unbalance between men and women’s roles in the world."

Acknowledgement  

Artists will be responsible for their own insurance while work is at the Pace Gallery, and they "Hold Harmless" and indemnify Jackson Art & Pace Gallery from theft, loss, destruction or for damage of artwork.

Event location: Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center

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