OPEN NOW UNTIL EASTER MONDAY 28th March
the sentinel S E L E C T
Open Exhibition for Essex & Suffolk artists
Saturday 5th March – Monday 28th March 2016
To celebrate the sentinel gallery’s first birthday we welcome local artists to submit to our first Open Exhibition – The Sentinel Select, which will be the first of many. All artists over 18 and all mediums are welcome as we hope to find new talent. Our only request is that you think small…
Maximum size for 2D works, including frame, is 40x40cm.
3D work is to fit in a 30cm cube space.
£10 for up to three pieces of work
This fee is non-refundable and there is no guarantee of having your work selected.
Due to restricted space video and installation art will not be acceptable.
Painting, printmaking, drawing, collage, mixed media, photography and 3D in any media all acceptable.
All work must be for sale. The gallery will take commission on all sales.
How to submit
We request payment first via bank transfer, cheque or cash. All cheques must be made out to Pru Green.
If you are posting a cheque or cash, please supply us with your name, address, telephone number and email address. However if you are paying via bank transfer please phone or email us with your name, address, telephone number and email address so we are able to send you your submission form. Please also reference your payment as Open Exhibition.
Account holder name: Ms Pru Green
Account number: 79310854
Sort Code: 09 01 28
After payment you will receive a form and your unique artist entry number. Return the completed form with images of your artwork attached to this email address: email@example.com*. Please make the subject of the email is as follows:
Your name and individual artist entry number
e.g. Janet Smith, 038
Our panel will first select from your online submissions. If you have been successful you will be asked to deliver your work to the gallery which will then go through the next selection stage and you will then be informed of the outcome.
Selected submissions delivery week: Wednesday 27th – Sunday 31st January 2016
The unsuccessful submitted artwork must be collected between: Wednesday 10th – Sunday 14th February 2016
*Please note: this email address is separate from our daily emails; do not submit work to firstname.lastname@example.org as it will get lost in the system.
Submission opens on 1st November 2015 and closes on 17th January 2016
The selection panel
After training at St. Martin's, Elly worked as a freelance illustrator for 12 years. Moving to Sudbury, she joined Gainsborough's House Print Workshop and discovered she enjoyed organising their exhibitions. It seemed inevitable that this would lead her to run her own gallery, Printworks, specialising in original prints, which she did for ten years in Colchester. Since then she has organised many exhibitions in Colchester, Wivenhoe and Sudbury and now spends her time writing.
Jane has an honours degree in Fine Arts from UCW Aberystwyth and after working for some years in publishing she now paints full time from her home in Suffolk. Jane's paintings are loosely based on Suffolk landscape and East Anglian coast, they are layered and gestural to form a emotional response to a place. She has exhibited abroad and widely throughout the UK. For further information see www.janelewisart.co.uk
Maxine studied at Colchester School of Art and further at Kingston College of Art during the late sixties. Throughout her career she has worked in diverse areas of art and design, from bashing out fashion jewellery to archaeological illustration to continuing her own practice in 2D and 3D art which has been exhibited throughout the gallery world. Maxine has taught all ages and in all sorts of places. She currently teaches small groups from the intimacy of her own studio.