Submit to Salisbury Affordable Art Fair

Submit to Salisbury Affordable Art Fair

This Deadline Expired: Wednesday, May 1, 2019

SU Art Galleries is pleased to invite artists to apply as exhibitors to the inaugural Affordable Art Fair. This one-day event brings together art appreciators in the community wishing to start or add to their art collection. It also supports local and regional artists who make work across diverse disciplines and are looking for a place to professionally present their work. The event will be free to the public and refreshments will be served.

The fair will take place on Friday, May 17th from 5 to 8 pm at Salisbury University Art Galleries | Downtown. Selected artists will be provided with a standard 6-ft table or pedestals and 6-8 ft of wall space for hanging work. The Gallery will not charge a booth fee or take a commission on sales, but artists are encouraged to set up a Square, Venmo or Paypal account beforehand to process their own sales on site. The recommended price range is under $75 for small works and under $200 for larger pieces. The fair will be part of the larger Third Friday event in Downtown Salisbury.

There are no residency requirements for artists but priority will be given to those living within 100 miles of Salisbury, MD. Artists must be present before, during and after the event to install, and de-install their work with support from SU Galleries staff. Please submit clear and high-resolution images of 10 pieces, a short bio and a one-paragraph artist statement to salisburyuartgalleries@gmail.com

My art is a psychological diary of my personal translation of the individual’s journey through life. It is a kind of fairytale; a story that teaches, both symbolic and narrative.
Rochelle Dinkin
Rochelle Dinkin

My art is a psychological diary of my personal translation of the individual’s journey through life. It is a kind of fairytale;…

My art is a psychological diary of my personal translation of the individual’s journey through life. It is a kind of fairytale; a story that teaches, both symbolic and narrative. …

My art is a psychological diary of my personal translation of the individual’s journey through life. It is a kind of fairytale; a story that teaches, both symbolic and narrative. …

Andrea Caldarise is a painter and collaborator inspired by exploring memories and happenstance conversations. Public spaces are visceral, storied environments—her art practice explores the psychological connection between landscapes and people. Each painting invokes a singular place, inspired by referencing the emotions, sights, and textures of an experience. Caldarise’s art focuses on connecting audiences with cityscapes and common, shared spaces within by capturing the experience of discovery, recreating a place through memories and imagination. Her work borders on magical realism, borrowing from observations, historical research, and surreal themes, Caldarise's artwork reveals the commonplace and extraordinary narratives in our environment.
Andrea Caldarise
Andrea Caldarise

Andrea Caldarise is a painter and collaborator inspired by exploring memories and happenstance conversations. Public spaces…

Andrea Caldarise is a painter and collaborator inspired by exploring memories and happenstance conversations. Public spaces are visceral, storied environments—her art practice explores the psychological…

Andrea Caldarise is a painter and collaborator inspired by exploring memories and happenstance conversations. Public spaces are visceral, storied environments—her art practice explores the psychological connection between…

Rachel Blythe Udell works with fibrous materials to create biomorphic sculptures and embroidered collages. She has had a solo show at Grounds For Sculpture and exhibited in a three-person show at the Perkins Center for the Arts, both in New Jersey. In Philadelphia, she has shown her work at venues such as the Painted Bride, International House, and the Crane Arts Center. Additionally, the Philadelphia Department of Parks and Recreation invited her to create a fiber art installation at Lemon Hill Mansion in Fairmount Park. Udell graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a bachelor’s degree in Art History, and has studied art and art therapy at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She lives and works in Collingswood, New Jersey
Rachel Blythe Udell
Rachel Blythe Udell

Rachel Blythe Udell works with fibrous materials to create biomorphic sculptures and embroidered collages. She has had a…

Rachel Blythe Udell works with fibrous materials to create biomorphic sculptures and embroidered collages. She has had a solo show at Grounds For Sculpture and exhibited in a three-person show at the Perkins…

Rachel Blythe Udell works with fibrous materials to create biomorphic sculptures and embroidered collages. She has had a solo show at Grounds For Sculpture and exhibited in a three-person show at the Perkins Center for the…

Alice Gonglewski's work explores the symbolism of home both through her stick figure constructions, and meditative still life paintings.
Alice Gonglewski
Alice Gonglewski

Alice Gonglewski's work explores the symbolism of home both through her stick figure constructions, and meditative still…

Alice Gonglewski's work explores the symbolism of home both through her stick figure constructions, and meditative still life paintings.…

Alice Gonglewski's work explores the symbolism of home both through her stick figure constructions, and meditative still life paintings.…

Tilda Rose
Tilda Rose
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