CALL FOR ENTRIES: Trees I Have Known

CALL FOR ENTRIES
Trees I Have Known

March 14 – May 3, 2009

Exhibition at the Lawrence Percolator www.lcava.org

Trees I Have Known will feature artwork and ephemera made by and collected by a diverse group of artists, thinkers, and neighbors whose work, narratives, and meditations reflect upon the tree as subject, metaphor or inspiration.

Inquiries and directions considered for the exhibition may include
Family Tree, Rope Swing, Tree Stump, Climbing Tree, Tree House, Tunnel Tree, Carved Seeds, Pits or Pods, Chainsaw Art, Unknown Specimens, Cataloged Specimens, Invented Specimens, Research, Lumberyard, Wooden Nickel Collection, Arboretum, Sap, Espalier, Germination, Totem Pole, Landmark, Hermits

Acceptable Media/Work
2-D and 3-D works will be considered for the exhibition. If selected, work must be delivered ready to hang or install. Please note that the Percolator is a 600 square foot space with eight foot ceilings.

The idea for this Percolator exhibition was borne from a discussion with the curator of Trees & Other Ramifications: Branches in Nature & Culture. The Spencer Museum of Art at the University of Kansas will be showing Trees & Other Ramifications: Branches in Nature & Culture concurrently.

Trees I Have Known Calendar

Saturday February 7, 2009 submit work via email (deadline) treesihaveknown@gmail.com

Monday February 16, 2009 notification of selection

Friday March 6, 2009 work must arrive ready to hang

Saturday March 14, 2009 exhibition opens

Submissions will be accepted via email

Submit digital images (jpg or png) of up to three different works to treesihaveknown@gmail.com with brief description (including size, date, medium) and price of work (if for sale) with contact information, including name, mailing address, gallery representation (if applicable), email, website url, and telephone.

Please limit each image sizes to 1mb; with file name: lastname_firstname_001.jpg

See attached PDF for complete details and visit www.lcava.org for updates

John Reeves & the Percolator
treesihaveknown@gmail.com for exhibit related correspondence

distribute freely