Jeffrey Leder Gallery (NY), International Call for Artists: Works on Paper NYC IV

WOP4_graphicJeffrey Leder Gallery (NY), International Call for Artists: Works on Paper NYC IV

Deadline: February 1st, 2016

Working on paper has expanded from preparatory sketches for painting or sculpture to now being respected artwork unto itself. From drawing, painting, printmaking to photography, works on paper is a varied, exciting and versatile medium. This exhibit will take place in New York City, join us for an amazing show.

The Jeffrey Leder Gallery continues our exhibit season with an expansive exhibit: “Works On Paper NYC IV”. The exhibit will occupy 2 floors of the gallery.

Eligibility: Open to all artists, American and International, who have created artworks on paper. This exhibition celebrates the range of media that paper can facilitate. Each work will be considered based on the merit of each single piece.

Submission Format: Photographic images of artwork in JPEG format only on CD: 300 dpi, no larger than 3000 X 3000 pixels. Name each image file with your name and the corresponding image number from the entry form image list. Include the entry form image list, a CD of your entry and a check payable to Jeffrey Leder Gallery for your entry fee. CD will be kept on file for future opportunities at Jeffrey Leder Gallery. JPEG image files only; please do not send Adobe Photoshop files.

Size: All artwork submitted must be no larger than 3 feet in any direction, exclusive of frame.

Entry fee. There is a 50% gallery commission for work sold.

For more details and submission guidelines:

About Jeffrey Leder Gallery: The gallery’s mission is to create a space for artists, collectors, collaborators and the general art community to interact in an accessible and welcoming environment. Our focus is contemporary art, created by talented emerging and mid-career artists.

Jeffrey Leder Gallery, 2137 45th Road, LIC, New York City, NY 11101


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