Frequently Asked Questions
How do I submit work for the Gallery?
From noon on 1st April, work may be submitted using the form on the Submit Work page.
How much does it cost?
There is no charge for this. We want you all to share your work and keep in touch.
How many pieces of work can I submit?
You may submit as many pieces as you wish. However, do bear in mind that we may not be able to show them all. Remember that we will open a new gallery at the start of each month anyway, so there is plenty of opportunity to submit new work.
When should I submit my work?
Send us your work whenever it is ready - there is no time limit or deadline.
Can children/teens submit work?
By all means! If we have enough, we will have a separate gallery.
Does it involve working outdoors?
You do not need to go outdoors. In fact, in line with current Government Guidelines, you should not go outdoors to paint unless you have your own garden. Paint from wherever you are able.
Can I work from a photograph?
Yes - in these difficult circumstances we are happy for you to work from photographs.
Is there are specific subject/brief?
In short - no! Feel free to go with whatever inspires you. However, we request that the work you submit has been created during lockdown.
What medium can I choose?
Just like the normal competition and exhibition, any 2D medium is accepted apart from photography. This includes textiles and printmaking.
What size should my work be?
Your work can be whatever size you choose.
How do I contact you for more information?
Please click here for the Contact Page
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