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Gorgon Isle Gallery is going to be hosting a "Gallery of Horror" Juried Artshow for the month on Octorber.
We need artists to get creative and paint, draw, design, pieces of art that are based on or out of your favorite horror movies. Frankstein, Dracula, The Mummy, etc....you get the point.
Artwork will be up for the entire month on Octorber and open to the public as part of
"Haunted Fresno". The Gallery will also have a cash prize for the scariest piece of artwork.
For any questions regarding the show please contact RIC: email@example.com
I would love to do this show! when and where do we bring the artwork to be juried?
sounds like fun!
Hey Stephanie! I emailed Ric about the info and here's what he said:
"Thanks for showing interest in the artshow, this is the first year we
have this compitition so we are not charging a hanging fee or any
commission, anything you sell is 100% yours. We will accept all pieces
entered. We want this show to be a big success, so please help us
spread the word.
The deadline is September 25th
Artwork should be dropped off at Gorgon Isle between 12-3pm on Sept. 25th
Artwork will be on display from October 1-31 and featured as an
attraction as part of haunted Fresno.
Reception for the artshow will be October 7th 5-8pm food and drinks
will be provide along with entertaiment/ music
There will also be a cash prize for the scariest piece of art.
Artist can submit up too 3 pieces of work.
Let me know if you have any questions...thanks
The call says it's a juried show but he told me that this is the first year they're doing a horror-themed show so they're accepting all works that are submitted. Hope this helps! :)
stephanie allison said:I would love to do this show! when and where do we bring the artwork to be juried?
sounds like fun!
What about photography? I would love to get in on this! Halloween is my favorite holiday!
Are there any flyers for this event? I think it might be a good idea to post them around places like Fresno City and Fresno State so art students who don't have access to this website or Facebook would know about this show.