A gallery as part of a garden centre is a great way to bring art, and individually crafted products to a wide range of people who would not normally visit an art gallery, as well as giving local artists an outlet for their products. We are looking for proposals for new, interesting and varied exhibitions for 2021.
2020 has been an uncertain year for us all. However, we still want to put together a program of interesting and unusual works in a range of media and styles for 2021 – with the proviso that we may need more flexibility with timing than usual.
We are also looking for artists to be a part of our mixed Christmas/summer exhibition in the Bolin Bolin Gallery and for sales throughout BAAG in the Garden Gallery, shop.
We do not charge rent, but take a commission on sales.
We will need to know:
1. Your name and contact details
2. Who is exhibiting?
A solo exhibition, or with colleagues -a group or another artist?
3. What you are planning to exhibit?
- Theme Description of the work Media, range of items. Scale Is it something new?
- Images/sketches/descriptions of the proposed new work or similar. ( But PLEASE no large images) Approximate price range
We may need to be flexible with dates, with the possibility of closures or changes to trading if the pandemic continues.
However, let us know times when you would not be able to exhibit, as well as your preferred exhibition dates. Please be as flexible as possible, as this means we are more likely to be able to offer you a space .
5. New Artists
IF you have not previously sold work with us and we don’t know you & your work, please include
- either a link to a web site or page, or a short CV & image(s) of your work, if/where you have exhibited or sold work previously .
The Bolin Bolin Gallery – is in the centre of the Bulleen Art & Garden shop and obvious to everyone when they enter BAAG.
It is designated by the sculpted sign by Nicola Hoyle
The area is 6.8m X 4.3m
- Gallery hanging system
- we have quite a lot of plinths
- several wall shelves
- Feature ceiling panels by Nicola Hoyle