hold the FISH
Although I prefer living in the mountains, I truly love coastal food –fresh fish, citrus squeezes & sticky sweet frozen treats. But you know what really makes me think of the beach? Muffulettas. They are the perfect “sea-food”, like an antipasto sandwich with olives and peppers, meats and cheeses all marinated and compressed in a hollowed out crusty loaf or round. An entire meal in a handful that doesn’t get stale or mushy. This next Call wants to know about your sea experience. Take a look…
Check out this Call from the 1650 Gallery (Los Angeles, CA) for The Sea, a juried photography exhibit. $35 entry & free matting and framing (pre-set sizes). There’s even a way to avoid shipping. Don’t miss this…
CALL for ENTRIES:
from 1650 Gallery
“Whether you prefer to shoot sandy beaches at sunset or coral reefs below the surface, moonlit seascapes with crashing waves on rocks or schools of angelfish hurrying through the salty waters below; [we’ve] got you covered . . . with the sea of possibility as we go ABOVE AND BELOW: THE SEA! ” — from 1650 Gallery
ELIGIBILITY: All artists age 18+
DEADLINE: August 14, 2016
NOTIFICATION: By August 21, 2016
ENTRY FEE: $35 for up to 5, $5 ea. add’l
JUROR: Andrew Overtoom is an award-winning filmmaker & photographer living in L.A. He publishes THE UNDEAD NEG, is launching a quarterly photography journal & owns the 1650 Gallery.
AWARDS: Best In Show, 2nd Place & 3rd Place will be awarded and posted online after the show opening. Award winning photos will be featured on the show page & Best In Show winners will have a small portfolio of their work featured in the 1650 Spotlight gallery of photographic excellence.
SALES: Selected artists may choose to offer their work for sale. The gallery retains 50% commission. The 1650 Gallery offers free matting and framing for accepted photographs that fit their pre-cut mat sizes for the duration of the exhibition. Photo sizes are 8″ x 10″, 11″ x 14″ 16″ x 20″, or 20″ x 24″.
For complete details, Read the Full Call!
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