The FJKluth Art Gallery is currently looking for artwork for our upcoming exhibition, “Celebration of Light,” that will take place from December 3rd, 2022 – January 7th, 2023.
Bright, beautiful lights are prevalent throughout the holiday season to provide comfort, warmth, and artistry for all to behold. For this upcoming holiday season the FJKluth Art Gallery is looking for artworks portraying, utilizing, focusing on light. Be creative!
Interested artists can submit their artwork here: https://forms.gle/u8PSHnjzceW6TJzLA
Artists interested can submit up to three (3) artwork(s). Acceptable artwork may be original drawings, paintings, sketches, photography, sculpture, and other two- or three- dimensional mixed media work. Artwork that is to be hung on the walls must be no greater than 30” in height or width; and no heavier than 20 pounds. Artwork provided that will be displayed on tables must be no more than 20” in height, width, or length; and no heavier than 20 pounds.
Submissions are free. We will be accepting submissions now through Tuesday, November 1st, 11:59pm. Depending on submission quantity and spacing availability, we can only accept a limited amount of artworks. We will contact all artists on what pieces have and have not been accepted of theirs by Friday, November 4th, 2022. Accepted artwork can be delivered to the FJKluth Art Gallery the following week beginning Wednesday, November 16th, 2022. If the accepted artwork(s) are not delivered by Wednesday, November 30th, 2022, then we will have to rescind the acception.
FJKluth Art Gallery will receive a 30% commission on any artwork sold, with the artist receiving 70%. If an artwork sells the artist will receive their commission in the form of a check made out to their legal name at the end of the exhibition when their unsold artwork is returned back to them.
“Celebration of Light” will open Saturday, December 3rd, 2022 at 7pm. The exhibition will be on display through Saturday, January 3rd, 2023 at FJKluth Art Gallery located at 300 North Water Street, Suite I; Kent, OH 44240. The exhibition is free and open to the public.