“Size matters” is a contrary response to the seemingly ubiquitous phrase, “Size doesn’t matter.”
In the upcoming exhibition at The World of Glass Museum, Arts and Visitor Centre they aim to explore the beauty and intricacy of the very small in works of art.
Miniature Art has a long history that dates back to the medieval scribes and an often-used definition would be that it should fit on the palm of your hand – usually less than 100 square centimetres.
For their exhibition, they are “generously” looking for artworks that are up to 20cms x 20cms square including the frame in the case of 2D, or 20cms cubed in the case of 3D works.
They will allow some discretion either way depending on the particular shape and character of the work.
They look forward to receiving your submissions …..and don’t forget – THINK SMALL!
All Entries should be sent to Hannah Billinge at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you have any queries you can call 01744 22766 ext 226. The deadline for submission is 5pm Monday 30th April 2018
Accepted works should be delivered by Monday 7th May ready for installation.
Call for Artists
‘An Exhibition of Small Artworks’
Saturday 12th May – Friday 29th June 2018
Gallery One @ The World of Glass
Chalon Way East