GUIDELINES FOR ARTISTS
GreenHill's mission is to exhibit the work of North Carolina artists living and working in the state. Exceptions are made for artists who have worked extensively in the state and maintain significant ties. Curator, Edie Carpenter develops exhibitions two to three years in advance. Artists selections are made to fit the scope of the exhibition plans. Large group and small group shows alternate with solo exhibitions. Attention is also given to representing a variety of artistic mediums.
We accept submissions from artists to exhibit on an ongoing basis and scout for artists to feature in our exhibitions continuously. Generally, GreenhHill is looking for adept technical ability, accomplishment, innovation, visual appeal, and thoughtful content. The artists featured at GreenHill tend to be - but not always are - professional artists. We often place new artists in our annual Winter Show group exhibition or in The Shop that features more reasonably priced items and artworks.
SUBMITTING ARTWORKS + INSTRUCTIONS
To be considered for exhibiting in The Gallery, InFocus Gallery or The Shop, we request artists complete this FORM with the following items:
- Contact Information
- Three Digital Images (files cannot exceed 5MB) and must be 300 dpi, or a minimum of 1200 x 1800 pixels.
- Image Information, including: Size, Medium, and Year Completed (or any other pertinent information)
- Current Resume
- Artist Statement or Proposal