ArtWords: Foyles Gallery, Monday 9th- Sunday 22nd February 2009

ArtWords: FPS artists present work inspired by books

Foyles Gallery, 113-119 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0EB
Nearest tube: Leicester Square
Monday 9th- Sunday 22nd February 2009

Private View: Monday 9th February 6.30pm-8.30pm (including prize draw for a voucher to spend £200 on art)

Open: Monday-Saturday 9.30am-5.30pm; Sunday 11am -6pm

Submitting Artwork
Cost of submission: £10 per artwork. This is to cover the cost of hiring Foyles..
Please send images of work you would like to submit, to this email address, by Sunday 1st February.
If you prefer, you can send images by post to: Grace Kimble, 1 Mead Villas, Roxeth Hill, Harrow HA2 0JY
Include the following details:
1. Your name
2. The title of your work (s)
3. Medium
4. Dimensions
5. Price
6. Book which inspired the work (if possible)

This is so that we can make the list in good time. In addition, we may be short on space so we may need to limit the number of works hung by each person
Art will be issued with security tags by Foyles
Delivering and Collecting Artwork
Frames need to be professional and have D rings attached.
Art needs to be brought to Foyles Gallery on Sunday 8th February, preferably between 11am and 1pm. We will be there until 6pm so if you need to bring it later this is also acceptable. The earlier it arrives, the sooner it will be hung!
You can also bring prints and postcards etc; we will bring the print browsers.
Art will need to be collected on Sunday 22nd February between 11am and 3pm. It is exceptionally important that you collect your work, as we do not have central storage space.
If your work is sold we will contact you by phone.
Publicity
Cliff Rhodes has kindly offered to assist us with publicity. We also need you to distribute PV cards if you can. Please let us know if you wish to have additional cards to pass on, and we will send 10 by post.
We look forward to seeing your work,

Best wishes

All at FPS

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