Sales Gallery

Exhibits:

While no single institution can assume credit for the diverse and complex associations that attach to the simple phrase the “American West,” throughout its almost 130-year history, National Geographic has published photographs that support and defy romantic notions of the land and its peoples. National Geographic consistently reminds people of the importance of the region to human imagination.

“American West” will be up for viewing from December 1, 2017 through January 19, 2018 at the Baker Arts Center. Admission fee for this exhibit will be $2. Bring your family and friends to see this amazing exhibit from the National Geographic.

Artwork Submission Policy
Opportunities:
Baker Arts Center accepts submissions for consignment sale in the Artists Sales Gallery. 

Eligibility
Professional and emerging artists may submit artwork in any two or three dimensional media. All accepted work must follow sales gallery guidelines in order to be displayed at Baker Arts Center. No exceptions.

Digital Images
Up to 10 JPEG images may be submitted on CD representing the type of work to be displayed. Images must be labeled to correspond to a list, provided by the artist, which must include the artist’s name, contact information, title, size, media, and date of finished work. Image files must be less than 5MB. Do not submit original artwork. Submitted materials will not be returned.  Artists shall keep a copy for their records.

Resume
Artists must enclose a resume with exhibition history and an artist’s statement.

Selection Process
The exhibition selection committee will review submitted materials and the artist will be notified within 30 days. 

​For any questions, contact Toni Smith at tonismith@bakerartscenter.org

Featured Art in the Sales Gallery:

-Blown glass by ALBo Glass (www.alboglass.com)
-Pottery by Jeani Gustafson
-Woodwork by Mike Blackard, the Wood Butcher (woodbutcher.hypermart.net/woodbutcher.htm)
-Beaded Jewelry by Connie Friesen


New in the Sales Gallery:
-Featherwood Fine Handcrafted Multilayered Jewelry from Buzz Coren 

(http://featherwoodworks.com  or  http://buzzcoren.com)

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