Park Lane Gallery 2013 Su...

All 2D work is permitted; watercolor, oil, pastel, ink, acrylic, prints & collages, traditional photography, digital photography/ digital art. Unfortunately, we can not accept 3D work at this time.  Entries must be original that is entirely the work of the entrant and without the supervision of an instructor. Work can not have been show at Parklane Gallery on any previous occassion.


  All work must be framed or be gallery wrapped canvas (this means that if it's a canvas without a frame, the art must wrap around the edges to the wall).  A single work of art may be any size as long as its area does not exceed 4 square feet, this area includes the frame.   All artwork must be ready to hang; NO SAWTOOTH HANGERS AND NO EXPOSED GLASS EDGES, NO CLEATS. Shipped work must use plexiglass.


All work must be for sale. Artists may not sustitute another work for an accepted work, alter a work or the sales price or withdraw a work after it has been accepted. The Parklane Gallery reserves the right to refuse any entry which does not match the images submitted.  The Gallery reserves the right to refuse work that is not appropriate for the space.


Woeks can be hand delivered or shipped.  Specific shipping instructions will be included in the acceptance notification e-mail letter.  Enterant will be responsible for all shipping charges in both directions.


Every precaution will be taken to handle artwork with the utmost care.  However, Park Lane Gallery or the exhibition will be responsible for any damage or loss from any cause.


Applications must be submitted through the CAFE on-line entry system in order to be considered.  Submissions not entered through CAFE will not be considered.


Our juror is Teresa Saia.  Teresa has a strong following in both private and corporate collections.  Recognized by numerous national awards, her paintings depict the passion she feels for all her subject matter - believing it is necessary to continually develop, explore and grow.




Pen and Ink
Color Pencil
Digital Photography
Digital Art
Printmaking (hand pulled)