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Summer Community Art Show

Art & Frame of Sarasota announces a call to artists for our third Community Art Show juried art exhibitionat Art & Frame of Sarasota,"Hall Gallery" 

 People, Places or Things

Over $500 in awards & prizes
Awards for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, & awards of merit
Opening Reception:Friday, June 13th  - 7:00pm

Artwork will be received on: Monday, June 9th, between 11:00am - 7:30pm at  Art & Frame of Sarasota.
Please enter from the back parking lot off Bahia Vista Street

This Palette is open to all artists including amateurs, professionals, and students. 
We are seeking original art works, created in the last 12 months that reflects our theme of: 
People, Places or Things
Any work on paper, canvas, collages, drawings, paintings, photography, prints, watercolors, and 3-dimensional art work.

 No work can exceed 48"x 60" or weigh more than 20 pounds. Your art must be ready to hang on standard picture hooks.  Please make sure that your hanging system is secure. No string, tape or flimsy frames. 
Please contact our framing department with any questions.
 Maximum two pieces of artwork per person. Entry fee: $20 per artwork.
 Art Pickup Date:  Friday, Aug 1st 9am-5pm & Saturday, August 2nd 9am-3pm  (No early pickups)
Juror: Bix Mannion *Bix is a contemporary impressionist painter who focuses on the portrait, the figure and its relationship to its environment. His work can be found in many personal and corporate collections throughout the United States.  He was awarded 1st Place in Art Uptown Gallery’s Dog Days of Summer" juried art show in Sarasota, Florida.

Questions?  Please contact Caryn at: or call 941-366-2301


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