Call For Artists
Attention all artists! We are seeking your creativity to enhance and inspire our community through art in our art galleries! Throughout the year, we offer over 20 artful exhibits in 3 gallery spaces, many of which display the works of local artists. Please stop in the galleries to see these outstanding exhibits and check our website to see how you can showcase your work. Every season will offer opportunities for artists to bring their work into the light and share their vision with the community.
Become a registered artist with us!
SENIOR ART SHOW!
Any Burlington County resident, age 60 or over, may submit ONE ENTRY completed within the last 3 years. Artwork must be the original work of the applicant. First place winners automatically advance to the state competition in the fall. One professional and one non-professional first-place winner is accepted in the state show in each of the categories listed below. To be judged a category must have at least two (2) entries.
Categories*: Acrylic Painting, Drawing (charcoal, pen & ink, graphite, markers, etc.), Mixed Media (art that combines two or more media, no one of which clearly predominates, includes collage and assemblage), Oils, Pastel (chalk and pastel), Print (etching, silkscreen, monoprint, etc.), Photography (color, black and white or tinted photographs taken with a film-based or digital camera), Sculpture, Craft, Watercolor (including gouache)
Artists may submit up to three works of art in the form of collages, paintings, drawings, mixed media, and/or sculptures.
No photography, computer art, crafts or painting copies. Work previously hung in a juried art show at Smithville Mansion will not be accepted.
Artists may submit up to three works of art with a winter or holiday theme. 2D works including photography, painting, drawing, and mixed media will be accepted. Not all work entered will be hung. Art is available for purchase during the Smithville Mansion Tours and Victorian Holiday events. Proceeds benefit the Friends of the Mansion, a non-profit organization.
Monochromatic and monotone is so much more than black & white or grayscale. Monochrome simply means ‘of one color’ ‘what color’ is, is entirely up to you. Color can change the mood and flow of an image to evoke a unique mood. Color can be bright and vibrant, even if it is only one scale.
The following requirements must be adhered to: accepted work must consist of one color with varying shades of the same color; all work must be framed and wire hung. 2D works including photography, painting, drawing, and mixed media will be accepted.