Shiela Guevin, Sunset on Dock Street, photography
Introducing Midsummer Madness:
The Maryland Federation of Art (MFA) invites all member artists to drop off 1 piece for this all-hang, all-media exhibition. Artworks must be no larger than 36″x36″x36″.
There will be a closing reception for all artists on August 15. The public is invited to vote for their favorite piece to win the “People’s Choice Award.” Votes may be cast anytime during the exhibition, and the award will be announced at the reception on August 15.
Information for Accepted Artists
July 17-21 Artwork must be dropped off at Circle Gallery, 18 State Circle, Annapolis MD 21401
July 24 First day of exhibition
Aug. 15 6-9 p.m. Closing reception. People’s Choice Award announced at closing reception. Artists may take their work after reception
Aug. 15 Last day of exhibition
Aug. 17-18 12-4 p.m. Pick up artwork (no early pick up for any reason) There is a $10 fee for any late pick up
Pickup and Storage
- When the exhibit ends, unless specified otherwise, you may pick up your work no earlier than 3:00 pm on the closing day of the exhibit.
- You must pick up your work within 48 hours of the closing day of the exhibit, or notify the gallery if you will be late.
- Unless previous arrangements have been made, work placed in storage after announced pickup dates will be subject to a fine of $10.00 per piece, per week. Work left in storage longer than two (2) weeks shall become MFA property and may be disposed of, or used for fundraising purposes. There are no exceptions.
All work will be handled with all possible care, but pieces submitted for exhibition are at the artist’s risk. In the event of damage or theft, the MFA will not be held liable. If insurance is desired, the artist must carry it.
- All work entered into any exhibition must be for sale unless prior agreements are made, and marked either with a price or POR for Price On Request.
- The MFA will retain 30% from all sales
- Sale of artwork is taxable and all sales tax processing will be handled by the MFA.
- Sold artwork requiring shipment will be handled by the MFA with costs collected from buyer. Buyers will be asked if the work may be retained until the exhibit ends. If the buyer disagrees, the Gallery will let the work go, and the artist will be informed.
- The MFA asks that artists donate 20% from any sale made through a direct referral from the MFA within three months. All donations are used to help defray operating costs of the Maryland Federation of Art and are tax-deductible by the artists to the full extent of the law.