This exhibit at The Giustina Gallery speaks to the ecology of the farmer’s helpers (including moths, bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and other such pollinators) who help produce food that goes on our tables. This exhibit will feature the importance of these pollinators in our gardens, on our farms and in our lives. This exhibit is in conjunction with an art show titled “As The Bee Sees: A Polinator’s Perspective” by Susan Curington. Learn more about the gallery and find additional information about the exhibit on their website.
Gallery Address: The Giustina Gallery is located at 875 SW 26th St., Corvallis.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE IS AUGUST 15, 2019
- Accepting up to four pieces per artist.
- Artwork that will be accepted are any medium with limited 3D work (free standing 3D work will be accepted as space permits).
- Dimensions must be less than four feet (48 inches) in any direction including the frame.
- Artwork will be selected from digital images.
- Artwork must be ready for display, which includes gallery wrapped, framed or professionally finished and is wired and ready to install. No saw-tooth hangers.
- This is a “juried show” and the artwork will be selected by a committee.
- This exhibit is open to Pacific Northwest artists.
- There is a $20 fee per artist, payable online or when you drop off your artwork.
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