Summer Exhibition 2020 Entry Fee

£15.00

THE GALLERY AT GREEN & STONE SUMMER EXHIBITION 2020

‘NEW BEGINNINGS’

The Gallery at Green & Stone is pleased to announce that it is now accepting entries for its annual Summer Exhibition.

This year’s theme, New Beginnings, will feature work by established and emerging artists. The gallery at Green & Stone seeks to showcase the diverse range of techniques and approaches employed by contemporary artists. We welcome the submission of new artworks exploring the themes of change, upheaval and new growth within the context of lockdown, isolation and the easing of restrictions.

The ethos of the Gallery at Green & Stone is to curate shows that draw on the past, look to the future and foster creativity.

Key dates:

Deadline for applications – now extended
July 1st 

Notice of pre-selection given to artists 
16th July

Hand in of pre-selected work
25th– 27th July to The Gallery at Green and Stone of Chelsea
9.30am to 5.30pm
251 Fulham Road, London, SW3 6HY.

Collection of work not selected for show
31stJuly – 2nd August 9.30am – 5.30pm

Exhibition Opening 5th August 10am

Private View 6th August
6.30pm -8.30pm 

Exhibition closing party
Wednesday 26th August
6.30pm -8.30pm

Collection of unsold work 27th – 28th August

Photo: Johannes Vermeer
Girl with the Red Hat . C.1665/1666
Oil on panel . 22.8 x 18cm
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC

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THE GALLERY AT GREEN & STONE SUMMER EXHIBITION TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Please read carefully before entering

1.THE ARTIST
1.1 The Competition is open to all artists aged over 18 years. A third party (e.g. gallery, agent or other representative) may submit work on behalf of the artist, but the third party must confirm that they have the full permission of the artist to enter their work.

2.THE WORK
2.1 The competition is open to 2-d or 3-dimensional works. For 2-dimensional work the maximum size limit is 80cm in any dimension. For 3 dimensional work the maximum size is 40cm in any dimension.
2.2 No photography, film or prints (limited edition or otherwise) are accepted.
2.3 The artwork must be for sale. Sale prices should be inclusive of 20% commission.
2.4 The work selected for exhibition must be available from July to September 2020.
2.5 The artwork must have been made in the last three years.

3. THE ENTRY PROCESS
3.1 In order to enter the competition, all entrants should email a digital image, no larger than 2MB, to summerexhibition@greenandstone.com by no later than Midnight 1st July 2020.
3.2 Images should be saved as a jpeg, dimensions given in centimeters, and be labelled as follows:
“lastname firstname_artworktitle_media_dimension” (eg.davincileonardo_themonalisa_ oilonboard_70x80cm.jpeg).
3.3 All images uploaded for the purposes of completing the entry process must not be manipulated or otherwise artificially or digitally enhanced by the artist.

4. ENTRY FEES
4.1 You may enter up to four works, with each entry costing £15.
4.2 The cost of entry is final when entries are made, and cannot be changed or refunded.
4.3 Entry fee is waived for winners of the  Green & Stone #isolationartist competition

5. THE SELECTION PANEL
5.1 We will have a guest judge this year.
5.2 All judges shall be appointed by The Gallery at Green & Stone in such number and of such qualifications as it sees fit at its sole discretion. The judges’ decision shall be final and no correspondence will be entered into. All works will be judged anonymously, and there will be no segregation by country, genre or style etc.
5.3 We will award one prize called ‘The Green & Stone Prize’.
5.4 The prize is a Green & Stone voucher which is valid for one year with a value of £750. This may be redeemed for anything in the Green & Stone shop, excluding any artwork in the Gallery.

6. PRE-SELECTED ARTISTS’ NOTIFICATION
6.1 Artists that are chosen from the first round of digital submission, will be notified by email on or near 16 July.

7. LABELS
7.1 All works selected for exhibition must be labelled upon arrival. Once your photo entry has been registered, we will send the label template which will need to be attached to the reverse of the artwork.

8. DELIVERY AND FRAMING OF WORK
8.1.The delivery cost of the work to and from the exhibition is the responsibility of the artist, and the artist shall be responsible for any import custom charges and duties.
8.2 All work should be delivered unwrapped, when delivering in person. Please drop off at The Gallery at Green & Stone, 251 Fulham Road, London, SW3 6HY. Receiving days are during business hours, 25–27 July 2020.
8.3 Framing or mounting of works, if required for exhibition, is also the responsibility of the artist and must be carried out prior to delivery.
8.4 All works must be exhibition-ready. Suitable hanging fixings should be supplied, sufficient to carry the weight of the work.
8.5 Metal frames and clip frames are inadmissible. Glazed works with unprotected glass edges are inadmissible. Diffused picture glass is unacceptable. Frames and mounts of an unusual colour, size or design may prejudice the chance of selection.
8.6 Exhibiting artists are reminded that it is highly recommended they insure their works of art with a reputable insurance company for the market value of said work.

9. SALE OF WORKS
9.1 Works selected for exhibition may be offered for sale.
9.2 Green & Stone will take commission of 20% on all works sold during the exhibition. Artists must make sure that their sale price includes this commission. Works sold would also be subject to VAT and this has to be taken into account when pricing. The desired price that the artist would like to receive needs to be multiplied by 1.44 to get to the total gallery asking price.

Example:
Artist’s price £500
Green & Stone commission 20% £100
Subtotal £600
V.A.T. on sub-total £120
Total Selling Asking price £720

10. NOTIFICATION
10.1 Green & Stone will publish a list of successful artists of all accepted works on the Green & Stone website by 29th July 2020.

11. COLLECTION OF UNSELECTED WORKS
11.1 Works not selected for final inclusion in the Green & Stone Summer Exhibition must be collected between the 31 July and 2 August 2020.
11.2 Works uncollected by 2 August will be collected by Art Moves of Chelsea and stored by them at the cost of £20 a week, with £5 increase weekly thereafter (example: £20 removal to store at SW10 and first week’s storage, £25 second week, £30 third week etc.). Prices are per art work,
Regardless of size, collections will be from Art Moves of Chelsea, Chelsea Self Storage, Blantyre Street, Chelsea, London, SW10 0EQ. Deliveries by them will be at an additional cost.
11.3 Green & Stone reserves the right to dispose of any works that have not been collected by November 2020 (i.e. 3 months after the collection date), without further reference to artist.
11.4 The collection of work after the exhibition is expressly the responsibility of the artists, including any custom charges and duties, and is subject to conditions outlined below.

12. COLLECTION OF UNSOLD WORKS
12.1 Works not sold in the Summer Exhibition need to be collected on the 27–28 August 2020. 12.2 Works uncollected by 28 August will be collected by Art Moves of Chelsea and stored by them at the cost of £20 a week, with £5 increase weekly thereafter (example: £20 removal to store at SW10 and rst week’s storage, £25 second week, £30 third week etc.). Prices are per art work, regardless of size. Collections will be directly from Art Moves of Chelsea (contact telephone number 020 7352 7492), with works collected from them by appointment, from Art Moves of Chelsea, Chelsea Self Storage, Blantyre Street, Chelsea, London, SW10 0EQ. Deliveries by them will be at an additional cost.
12.3 Green & Stone reserves the right to dispose of any works that have not been collected by the artists by 29 November 2020 (i.e. 3 months after the collection date), without further reference to artist.
12.4 The collection of work after the exhibition is expressly the responsibility of the artists, including any custom charges and duties.

13. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
13.1 Whilst The Gallery at Green & Stone shall use reasonable care in all circumstances in handling artists’ works, occasional damage to works may occur. The Gallery at Green & Stone shall have no liability whatsoever for any loss, damage or destruction (including loss of profits or any other consequential loss, indirect or incidental losses) to, or relating to, a work of art submitted for exhibition.
13.2 Therefore it is highly recommended that the exhibiting artists insure with a reputable insurance company their works of art for their market value.

14. PHOTOGRAPHY AND COPYRIGHT
14.1 Each artist, by entering The Gallery at Green & Stone Summer Exhibition, confirms that they hold all intellectual property rights in the work and that they have obtained prior written approval for the use of any third-party copyrighted material contained in the submitted work. 14.2 Artists will allow the work to be photographed and reproduced by The Gallery at Green & Stone, for the purposes of promoting the exhibition, including catalogue, press and publicity, and websites in all territories. Copyright of all works remains the property of the artist. Any enquiries for copyright will be referred to the artist.

15. REFUNDS
15.1 We are unable to offer refunds of the entry fee. Please make sure that you are able to complete your entry by the deadline, prior to registering and making your payment.

16. AGREEMENT TO THE CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
16.1 By entering the Green & Stone Summer Exhibition, artists are agreeing to all of the within conditions of entry. Green &Stone’s decision on all matters pertaining to the above is final. Green & Stone reserves the right, at any time, and from time to time to amend, modify, vary, or discontinue the terms of this competition.

17. DISQUALIFICATION
17.1 Green & Stone reserves the right to disqualify any work if the artist has failed to adhere to these Terms and Conditions and the relevant rules and by-laws of Green & Stone stated here.
17.2 Entering The Gallery at Green & Stone Summer Exhibition confirms unreserved acceptance of the entire contents of these terms and conditions.

18. THE PRIZE
18.1 The Gallery at Green & Stone will award one prize to an artist who they believe to have demonstrated the best contribution to the New Beginnings theme.
18.2 The prize is a voucher to the value of £750 from Green & Stone. This may be redeemed for anything in the Green & Stone shop, excluding any artwork in the Gallery.
18.3 The prize cannot be transferred or substituted, and is valid for one year.

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