Artists Call for Submissions:
How to Apply: Click on the link for the prospectus:
All artists worldwide are eligible to enter. All entries
must be original and have been executed within the
past five years. Works must not have been
previously shown in this gallery. Acceptable media
are: Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor and Drawings.
Framed pieces must be ready for hanging, with proper
screw eyes and wire to correspond with the weight of
the art work. No sawtooth hangers or string hangers.
Two-dimensional works may not exceed 60" in height
or width including the frame, and may not weigh more
than 100 pounds. Wall pieces, other than paintings,
must be suitably mounted for Gallery exhibition. Art
work may not be removed until the end of the
exhibition. Artists are responsible for shipping and
insuring costs to and from the City of Brea Art Gallery.
Juror Mr. Jean Stern
A recognized authority of California Impressionism,
Jean Stern has extensive experience in the field as
author, curator, lecturer, and teacher. He has been
the executive director of the Irvine Museum since its
inception in January, 1993. Mr. Stern has written
several books and articles and has also published
many essays for numerous books and museum
exhibition catalogues. His expertise and knowledge
on the subject should provide an excellent
perspective of jurying this exhibit.
FIRST: $500 SECOND:$350 THIRD: $200
POPULAR CHOICE:$100 Plus Purchase Awards
A $15 fee will be charged for each entry. Entrants
who live in Brea may submit one FREE entry. There is
no limit to the number of entries. Make check
payable to "City of Brea." Entry fees are
non-refundable. This form may be photocopied as
needed. Please note that initial acceptance of a CD
does not guarantee acceptance in the exhibition.
Works that do not match the JPEG image in content
or quality or do not adhere to the conditions of entry
may be declined when received.
Entry and Submission Rules
Only one JPEG image per work need be submitted.
All images must be
submitted on a CD
in JPEG format
with an image
size no greater
than 6" in any
one direction based
on proportions. A
maximum of 300 dpi file
resolution is an acceptable quality of image. If you
are submitting multiple entries, please submit them
on a single disc. The disc must be labeled with the
artists first and last name and the title of each image.
Unacceptable Entries Include:
a) Wet or ill-prepared works
b) Works or frames which are unstable
c) Works with unprotected surfaces that smear or
d) Damaged or cracked works