Art by Simone Reddingius
Art by Matt Moore
January 11 - March 7th
Annual exhibit in honor of all things Rincon.
For assitance, questions, concerns, and Bio please email email@example.com
Virtual Submission Deadline: Thursday, January 4th
In-Person Art Drop-Off For Jurying: Monday, January 8, 10am -2pm.
IMPORTANT: This show will be a "Buy It & Take It" show. Customers can purchase artwork and take it home immediately, instead of it remaining in the gallery for the duration of the exhibit. This means, if your artwork is purchased, we will be contacting you for a replacement piece, preferably of similar size and theme.
Note: If you do not have a replacement piece, we will ask a neighboring artist for a replacement piece.
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Please scroll below to view all rules regarding art accepted into the gallery, as ingathering criteria may have changed.
The jurors for this exhibit will be Simone Reddingius and Ryan Moore.
Simone Reddingius has a passion for surfing, she often took her camera to Rincon and was known as one of the local photographers who photographed the local
talent. She started off with doing photography and now she works mostly with pastels.
Ryan Moore is the owner of Lucky Llama and Sunburst and his works are on display at those locations.
Original artwork will only be accepted. Giclee and/or any reproduction will not be accepted as original art.
Submission information cannot be changed after the deadline has passed (title, price, etc.). If submission assistance is needed for the online form, arrange a time before the day of the deadline for assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you cannot make the time window of the physical ingathering, please arrange for an earlier drop off time with email@example.com.
Pieces that have not been submitted online will not be accepted during art drop off. Additonally, your piece(s) will not be accepted if not wired correctly.
You will recieve notification via email if you have selected AND unselected artwork to pick up. You will be able to pick up unselected artwork during the open hours of the Charles Lo Bue Gallery.
After you submit your entries, we will need images for our virtual exhibit and for promotion on social media!
Take photographs of your submitted artwork to create image file, and save image file as your last name and the name of artwork (example: "Rhodes-RinconMountain"). Image files must be a jpeg with a file size maximum of 3000 pixels in height or width. An upload link will be sent to you via email upon submission completion.
If you are a member of the Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center, to take advantage of your Membership discount, sign in or register for an account on our website here. If you have created a new account, please allow one hour for your membership to sync with your website account. Once signed in, your membership discount will apply automatically during checkout. If you have any questions or issues, please send an inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a high school student, email email@example.com with with "Ingathering Discount" in the subject of the email and a picture of your student ID. A special discount code will be emailed to you on business days between the hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
● 3 piece submission limit per artist, includes collaborative submissions: 1 piece $25, 2 pieces $30, or up to 3 pieces $35
● Online ingathering fees are non-refundable. Please review and prepare your art for installation prior to the art drop off day.
● LFCAC members and high school students receive $5 discount. If you are a high school student, email firstname.lastname@example.org with "Ingathering Discount" in the subject of the email and a picture of your student ID. A special discount code will be emailed to you between the hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
● All work must be for sale, and 40% commission goes to the Charles Lo Bue Gallery on all sales. Our non-profit gallery will appreciate a 40% commission on your pieces from this exhibition that sell outside the gallery within 30 days of the show closing as a result of being in the show.
● Our non-profit gallery will appreciate a 40% commission on your pieces from this exhibition that sell outside the gallery within 30 days of the show closing as a result of being in the show.
We encourage submission of works that have not graced the walls of the Charles Lo Bue Gallery within the last 12 months.
For the benefit of all artists represented, artwork that is accepted must remain at the Charles Lo Bue Gallery until the last day of the show, 4 p.m., unless the buyer is leaving town or the work is to be shipped. For a "Buy it and Take it" exhibit, customers purchasing artwork will be able to take the artwork once purchased, instead of artwork remaining in the gallery. This means, once artwork is purchased and removed, our Gallery Coordinator will be contacting the artist for a replacement piece to put in the gallery exhibit. Preferences will be for same size and theme of the exhibit.
Artists who remove artwork before the last day of the show without prior approval from the Lynda Fairly Carpinteria Arts Center will be expected to pay the commission based on the price of submission and will be disqualified from all exhibits for 365 days. If artists do not honor this 40% commission, they will be disqualified from all future exhibits at the Charles Lo Bue Gallery
For more information, go to our Call to Jewelers Page HERE.