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Entries to be accepted for upcoming Fitzpatrick Gallery show

Published 3:08pm Wednesday, March 27, 2013

The entry process for the upcoming “What a Wonderful World” exhibition at the Kelly Fitzpatrick Memorial Gallery in Wetumpka will begin next week. Deadline for submission of images on CD’s for consideration in the juried show is April 2.
The number of pieces accepted to the show will be determined according to available space. All work must be submitted on a CD as a digital image. A short paragraph about each submitted image should also be included, explaining why the artist feels the depicted subject fits the show theme.
Notifications concerning art acceptance will be emailed about April 8. Accepted art must be delivered to the Wetumpka Administrative Building, where the gallery is lo­cated, by April 12.
The exhibit will begin April 15 and hang through June 27. The focus of the display will be artistic interpretations of the theme, “What a Wonderful World.” Work may range from the real to the abstract.
Artists in all visual arts disciplines are encouraged to submit works for consideration. Each artist may enter up to five pieces. Accepted art will be in the exhibition and also be included in an online catalog of the show.
Only original artwork by the submitting artist will be accepted. Artists must be at least 18 years old. Acceptable works include, but aren’t limited to, three-dimensional, two-dimensional, fiber arts and quilts, wood, ceramics and photography.
There is a $10 entry fee per submission. Fees will be used to compensate the juror and any related exhibition expenses.
Exhibited works may be for sale, and artist contact information can be provided to interested buyers. No commission will be charged by the gallery.
For additional information, email or call 334-567-5147.

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