SunSpots17: Ode To Summer Exhibition - Call For Artists

SunSpots17 – Call For Artists

SunSpots17 – Call For Artists

Western Bureau Arts Silicon Valley is now accepting entries for its upcoming group exhibition, Sunspots17: Ode to Summer.

Call for artists application / registration

Deadline: 11 Jun 2017

Sunspots17 will be held July 10th through July 31st, 2017 at the Western Bureau’s Main Gallery in the historic Bank of Italy Building in downtown San Jose, California. The theme of the exhibition is summertime and the various memories, emotions, sights, and scenery that our warmest season evokes. All styles and mediums will be considered. Selected artists will be notified on June 19, 2017. Thematically aligned selections from the Western Bureau’s Permanent Collection including paintings by such noted mid-century artists as Erle Loran, Chris Ritter, James McCray, Edward Hagedorn, Victor di Gesu, and Harold C. Davies will also be included in the exhibition.

Selected artists will have the opportunity to exhibit and sell their work in the heart of Silicon Valley with a diverse group of artists from around the world.  If an artist’s piece sells during the exhibition, then they will receive 80% of the sale price. Unsold works will either be returned to the artist upon completion of the exhibition or purchased by Western Bureau Arts for our Permanent Collection.

About Western Bureau Arts Silicon Valley

Western Bureau Arts Silicon Valley is a leading collection of contemporary and modern art spanning from the mid-twentieth century to the present. Founded in 2008 in San Jose, California. Their mission is to preserve and promote works that have been unjustly overlooked or otherwise under-represented in today’s art market. The gallery is located in the landmark 1925 Bank of Italy building in downtown San Jose. They host monthly exhibitions of contemporary art alongside rotating selections from their Permanent Collection.

Whether it’s reviving the reputation of forgotten masters, celebrating regional art movements, or fostering the current generation of working artists, they strive to maintain this vital resource for educators, historians, curators, collectors, students, and members of the general public interested in exploring the many contours of creative expression.

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