ART COMPETITION AND EXHIBITION
Artists in Bloom is a Call to amateur artists of all ages
Britain in Bloom is a nationwide gardening competition that keeps cities, towns and villages in bloom.
Every year Stony Stratford and Wolverton & Greenleys in Bloom along with many village in Bloom groups make the towns, villages and surrounding areas look beautiful.
SHOWCASE YOUR IMAGINATION AND ARTISTIC SKILLS
Support the amazing floral and community achievements that the teams bring by creating a piece of artwork that reflects their excellent work.
Your picture, sculpture or model should reflect our theme:
Saving our Planet
This theme is so important and it relates to the aims of Britain in Bloom. Think about how we can and do our part to save our planet. Keep a focus on the local community and the environment we live in.
We can’t wait to see work you enter into Artists in Bloom Competition
About the Volunteers
Stony Stratford in Bloom volunteers are passionate about making the area even more beautiful; greening the streets and estates with colourful flowers and herbs. It’s all about the community and for many years the national awards have reflected their efforts
Wolverton and Greenleys in Bloom volunteers and residents transform the parish area, making it look blooming marvellous. They too do everything they can to involve the local community. This year they’ve decided to carry on with making the town look beautiful but they are not applying for the national competition.
Around the villages, residents are equally as active in their efforts to green and bring floral colour to the spaces.
Can you Help to Celebrate In Bloom with your Art?
This competition is supported by Essentially Local Ltd, Wolverton & Greenleys Town Council, Stony in Bloom, Wolverton & Greenleys in Bloom and many others.
- be invited to take part in the In Bloom judging day.
- see your artwork exhibited to 100s of local people as well as being featured in Essentially Local magazine.
Choose the medium you like to work in:
- wooden or ceramic sculptures
- glass work
Complete the entry form below and attach to your artwork.
- Keep your work to a maximum 300mm x 300mm, excluding any framing and please ensure your frame is not too large!
- Fit your exhibit with D-rings and taut wire or cord, fixed approximately one third from the top of the frame or canvas so that it is ready to hang.
- We can’t accept them if they are not ready for hanging. Skills Art Materials offer a budget and commended framing service if you need some help. To find out more go to www.skillsartmaterials.co.uk
- Keep your work to 450h X 450w X 200d mm (in any direction).
- We will confirm the size of the work if there is any concern.
- Please call Essentially Local to confirm that your arrangements are suitable.
Artwork must be suitable for family viewing as all ages of the public will be visiting the exhibition. We will not accept works if we feel it is unsuitable.
Responsibility for respecting the copyright of any other person lies solely with the artist and participants indemnify the Organisers against claims of infringement. Work by artists must be their own; this includes art derived from photographs.
- Please take your artwork to Stony Stratford Library or to Wolverton and Greenleys Town Council by 5pm, 29 May, 2020.
- Unwrap your exhibit before presenting for check-in. Please retain your packaging as we will be unable to store it.
We’ll post full details of the exhibition on Facebook nearer the time.
Moving and Collecting Artwork
|If the organisers move the artwork between venues and they will do their utmost to ensure the artwork isn’t damaged in any way. Unfortunately, no guarantees can be offered. By signing the entry form you indemnify the organisers from any responsibility for damage. |
Work must be collected from Stony Stratford Library or Wolverton Town Council – we will notify you of details. Any works not collected by the specified time may be destroyed, as there is no place to store work. If you are unable to make the collection time/date due to ill health or holiday we will endeavour to be as flexible as possible. It is the responsibility of the artist to contact the organisers to arrange a different date or time. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Exhibitors are advised to insure their work for all risks. Although all reasonable care will be taken, no responsibility can be accepted by the Organisers or the venues of the exhibitions for the loss or damage to exhibits.|