Marblehead Arts Association Summer Member Exhibit

Featuring solo exhibit of Mark Shasha, "On the Road."




Mark Shasha's "The Forgotten Coast"

Courtesy of the MMA

 

The Marblehead Arts Association will feature the work of its artist members to kick off the season as well as On the Road, a solo exhibit by Mark Shasha, for the height of the summer. 

This is an open exhibit, all mediums are welcome. MAA Artists may submit 1-2 pieces. The MAA may need to select only one piece due to space restrictions. Submission fee – $10 ea. This exhibit is not juried but will be judged for prizes in Fine Arts and Photography categories. There will be ballots available for visitors to cast votes for their favorite piece with a People’s Choice Award to be announced at the end of the exhibit.

All work must be framed and wired. No wet paintings will be accepted. Metal frames over 40 inches must have plexiglas rather than glass. The MAA has a limited number of pedestals available; sculptors should provide their own pedestals or check with staff about availability.

A signed exhibit form must be completed and submitted by the artist when the artwork is brought into the MAA. The list should include title, media, and sale price on those items for sale. Click here for a downloadable PDF of Exhibit form.

All 2 dimensional work MUST have screw eyes (or the like) and wire across the back of the work.
MAA has the right to reject work that does not comply with this. Click here for further Exhibitor Information

Take down will be Tuesday, August 8,  10:00 am – 5 pm & 7-8 pm,  unless other arrangements have been made with the MAA staff, please call 781-631-2608.

The MAA also hosts the Marblehead Festival of Arts Painting the Town exhibit which displays fresh work from plein air artists, on view from July 1 – August 6.

marbleheadarts.org

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