Mornington Art Show 2020
Time is running out to be part of the 2020 Mornington Art Show.
Last day for submissions is December 16.
Tickets for the Gala Opening night (Thursday January 16) are available online (scroll below to the events section), at Farrell's Bookshop or at the door for $30.
Entries can be made via Gallery 247.
Terms and Conditions for entry can be found on the website under the Artist tab.
As stated in the Terms and Conditions artists need to aware that a maximum of four entries per artist is recommended. Artists who elect to submit more than four cannot expect to have additional entries accepted.
Artists will be able to nominate to enter artworks into Best Mornington Peninsula Scene when entering their submissions on Gallery 247.
If you have already submitted artwork but were not able to nominate Best Mornington Peninsula Scene at that time please contact the Art Show Committee.
This year's show promises to be even bigger and better than previous shows.
Key dates can be found below.
Sponsorship for the 2020 Art Show has been very positive. Many of our previous sponsors have already pledged their support and several new sponsors have joined us. We are delighted to have Mercedes-Benz, Mornington as a major sponsor together with Dr Rick Wolfe's Peninsula Eye Care, Beleura House & Garden and Watson's of Mornington.
If you or your business is interested in becoming a sponsor please contact John P 0412 110 804 or John R 0438 741771 for information.
Artisans Join our Show
In 2020 we will again feature a couple of local artisans to the show and sell their works. Superb glass artist Roberta Easton, from Red Hill, will again feature her colourful work. We featured Roberta three years ago to the high acclaim of those in attendance.
Roberta Easton Glass Artist
We will also display some fascinating Wind Sculpture pieces from local Mt Martha artist Rudi Jass. His work has been widely acquired by various groups such as councils, galleries and nurseries. His sculptures are also popular in local household gardens.
Key Dates for 2020
Submissions open Friday November 1 , 2019
Submissions close Monday December 16, 2019
Notification to successful artists Friday January 3, 2020
Delivery of Artworks Monday January 13, 2020 between 9:00am - 2:30pm
Pick up of unsold Artwork Monday January 27, 2020 between 9:00am - 2:30pm
Artist will need to refer to the Terms and Conditions on the website for all details regarding entry and fees.
Art Show Dates
Gala Opening Night Thursday 16, 2020 from 7:00pm
Art Show open to Public Friday January 17, 2020 between 10:00am - 5:00pm daily
Art Show closes Sunday January 26, 2020
Peninsula Community Theatre
Cnr. Wilsons Road & Nepean Highway, Mornington
Mobile: 0418 175 307
'Pack & Send' via Gallery 247
Gallery 247 are pleased to announce a service for artists and art shows that will make it even easier for you to enter art shows that might otherwise have been too inconvenient or too far away.
Thanks to an alliance with Pack & Send, we are able to provide convenient drop-off, delivery and return services for any work that's been accepted into the Mornington Art Show.
Purchasers of Art works can also use Pack and Send for delivery of your new artwork to your home.
Announcing Feature Artists for 2020...
Each Artist will have their works featured on two dedicated display boards.
Gary Laird 'Desert Colour'
Heinz Fickler 'Steady as She Flows'
Mornington Art Show Judge Regina Hona
An example of Regina's artwork
'The Red Tram' pastel on paper
Over the 47 years of the Mornington Art Show it has raised in excess of $1 000 000.
This money is spent supporting local community, national and international projects. Over $600 000 has been allocated to local community projects.
Example: Purchased craft for the 'Sailing for the Disable Program' run by Mornington Yacht Club
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