WOCP MUSEUM PROMO
- EXHIBIT AT CARPENTER SQUARE THEATER
FOR OKLAHOMA PORCELAIN ARTISTS
ART SHOW at Carpenter Square Theatre
OK WOCP members, participate in the
lobby art exhibit for the play Me & Jezebel showing at Carpenter Square
Theatre (CST) this Nov - Dec 2017.
free. Porcelain tile paintings should be
no larger than 8 by 10 inch (before framing).
Each member may submit up to 3 pieces; at least one piece from each
artist will be displayed.
All work should be original or copied
by permission of the original artist and ready for display with frame, wire,
and title card(show title, artist name, and price). Artists may provide a 4x6 inch artist
statement for display. In addition,
please put your name, title, and price on the back of each piece. One piece may be marked NFS (not for
sale). Sold art will include a 15%
commission to CST.
Deliver up to 3 pieces per member to WOCP
HQ, 2700 N. Portland, Oklahoma City, Ok, October 30 thru November 10, between
9am and 4pm Mondays thru Fridays. Pieces will be displayed at CST from November 17 to December 22 with
viewing Tues thru Fridays from 1 pm to 6 pm.
Call ticket office at 405-232-6500 to make sure the lobby will be open and
ring doorbell at 806 W. Main office for entry.
Exhibit may also be viewed during performances of the play which runs Nov
24 thru Dec 16.
PORCELAIN ART SHOW
1. Creativity – originality, ingenuity
3. Presentation – visual perception or attractiveness
5. Sale Price – available for purchase as part of CST fundraising effort. A 15% commission will be assessed all sales.
All work should be original work or copied by permission of the original artist and ready for display with frame, wire, and title card (show title, artist name, and price. Artists may provide a 4x6 inch artist statement for display. In addition, please put your name, title, and price on the back of each piece. One of the three pieces submitted may be marked NFS (not for sale). If you aren’t sure you want to sell it, put a higher price. In addition to showcasing porcelain art and Oklahoma artists, this is a fundraiser for CST so the expectation is that most pieces will be available for purchase.
Be on the lookout for frames at estate sales, garage sales, and thrift stores to avoid the cost of custom made frames. Desktop 8x10 inch frames are half price at Hobby Lobby. Since porcelain tiles are often not a perfect fit, I may remove and clean the glass, spray paint the edge that is exposed so it appears to be a mat, and use silicone to adhere the tile to the unpainted glass.
Although precautions are taken, CST, WOCP, or their staff or volunteers are not responsible for loss or damage to artwork. The right to reject entries is reserved.
ENTRY PROCEDURE: Individual WOCP members who reside in Oklahoma and/or OK WOCP clubs should deliver up to 3 pieces per member to the WOCP Porcelain Art Museum, located at 2700 N. Portland, Oklahoma City, Ok, between October 30 and November 10, between 9am and 4pm Mondays thru Fridays. Volunteers will transport pieces to CST and display them by November 17 and will return pieces to the museum by January 5, 2018, for pickup by the individuals or clubs. Pieces must be picked up by January 15thunless other arrangements are made with Mary Early or Michelle Richardson at 405-521-1234. Pieces displayed from November 17 to December 22 can be seen Tues thru Fri from 1 pm to 6 pm (ring doorbell at 806 W. Main office for entry and call 405-232-6500 to make sure the lobby will be open) and during performances of the play. Tickets for performances between November 24 and December 16, 2017, may be purchased at the CST box office at 405-232-6500. Season tickets for the 8 plays are also available. There is generally a cast party (with food) after the performance on opening night, November 24th.
FURTHER INFORMATION: For any questions regarding the exhibit contact Susan Schmidt, Museum Promotions Chair, at home phone 405-947-2061 (please leave a message with your name and phone number) or send a text message at 405-206-5095.
This is a great opportunity to introduce the community to porcelain art, promote the museum, and experience what it is like to display in a community fine art exhibit. Go wild with your artist statement and maybe sell a piece of your work like the big boys. Heck, you can even paint pieces for the State Fair with double duty at CST.