On-line Show and Sale Dates: April 1 – May 31, 2021
Entry Fee: $25 for up to 5 submissions and is non-refundable.
METHOD OF PAYMENT: Visa and Mastercard. Deadline: March 25, 2021.
SUBMISSIONS: Registration information and digital images are to be submitted between March 4 and March 25th using the submission form found BELOW. Deadline: March 25, 2021
Up to 5 works of paintings or sculptures. Submitted work does not have to have been juried in the past. This is not a juried show and sale.
ADDITIONAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION:
The Art Guild of Scarborough will NOT be taking any commission on paintings sold during the Show and will assume the charge of 2.65% for processing credit card transactions through the Square.
Artists will assume responsibility for the expenses incurred for the safe delivery of a piece of artwork including but not limited to: packaging, hand-delivery, delivery by mail or courier. The price of the artwork includes the cost of shipping within Ontario. Artists may be requested to provide an estimate of shipping costs outside of the province.
PAYMENT TO THE ARTIST:
After the close of the sale on May 31st, and confirmation that the artwork has been delivered and the confirmation that the financial transaction has been processed, the treasurer of The Art Guild of Scarborough will mail cheques to the members who have sold a painting.
ART SHOW RULES
Framed paintings must be properly framed, with frames and matting in excellent condition.
Artwork to be submitted must be original artwork.
Artwork must not be a copy, derivative or based on the work of others or in any way an infringement of copyright.
When you submit an image, you are agreeing that the Art Guild of Scarborough may use the image of your artwork on its agsartsale.com website and/or social media.
NOTE: This is an on-line art show and sale. Do consider that our show will reach a wide audience. Works must be appropriate for public display for all ages. Works must not be offensive or condescending towards any race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation, and must not be used to promote or oppose political views. The Art Guild of Scarborough reserves the right to refuse to accept a piece of artwork.
Work created from a work by another artist, an image found in a book, newspaper or magazine and/or a photographic image captured by another photographer, can be considered original only if the artist has changed the image to such a degree that it is not recognizable and thus has become original.
SALES OF WORK:
Upon the sale of a piece, the artist will be notified by email of the sale and provided with mailing address and email address of the buyer.
SUGGESTIONS: Include a business card with your artwork and purchase shipping insurance on your mailed artwork.
The Art Guild of Scarborough executive will not be responsible for arrangements for delivery between the buyer and seller nor be responsible for the resolution of any disputes between the buyer and the artist.
Complete Artist Submission Form