Art Displays

Non-competitive art displays include Artist Towers or Tables, Artist Trading Cards, Booths and Photography Slideshow

ARTIST TOWERS & TABLES Artists who may not want their work judged but wish to exhibit and offer their original work for sale may enter it here for display or critique in this non-competitive venue. Work is not restricted by subject matter or media, however, the Reflections of Nature committee reserves the right to reject work that is too large to be properly displayed, or is deemed inappropriate to our audience.

Pre-booking of entire panels or tables is necessary to allow coordination and accommodation of display requirements. Artists have the freedom to arrange any number of their own original pieces in their own display. To pre-book contact  Beth Campbell at campbell.beth@gmail.com - 306-260-3408  by September 30.  


Cost for a display only space for the duration of the show is:

- $55 / tower or table for members (GST included) 
- $65 / tower or table for non-members (GST included) 

This is a "display" option - it is not for a manned booth to sell items. Leave your contact information on the display; if someone is interested in purchasing an item they can contact you to meet them and you can make a sale. 

Some important guidelines:
-  Entries must be original, not a reproduction (reproductions can be sold by renting booth space instead of a panel or table).
-  Entries will not be judged, but are eligible for Peoples Choice Award. 
-  Entries may be 2 dimensional or 3 dimensional 
-  Entries may be composed of any media 
-  Artist, or artist groups have an opportunity to display their work by renting an entire table, or panels (must pre-book by September 30
-  Artists who are renting tables, or panels are responsible for setting up their display on Friday (between 8:00 am and 3:00 pm) and taking down their work when the show closes, Sunday at 4:00 pm. 
-  Artists renting tables/panels may provide biographies and promotional material within their display area. 
-  Artists displaying their work have the opportunity to have their work critiqued by their peers. 
-  Artists wishing to sell their work may do so, and are responsible for all sale transactions. These displays MUST retain the look of being complete for the entire show. If a piece is sold, it must be replaced with another piece, or the display must be shifted to maintain a complete appearance. We recommend that artists rent booth space if making sales is their main objective.

Display towers and tables:
-  Art tower (3 sided tower of grids each approximate size 42x84" single grid) 
-  Table—(8 ft long, skirted and covered) 

The tower or table can be shared by more than one artist.

Payment: Cash, Cheque, Visa, Mastercard, eTransfer
Or - CLICK HERE to pay online

Space may be limited, and will be allocated on a first-come, first serve basis - so be sure to book promptly.

Note that artists wishing to sell reproductions, make on-the-spot sales or be in attendance for the duration of the show can do so by renting a booth space.  Booth space can be shared by 2 or more artists.  Click here for more information about renting a booth.



Artist Trading Cards
We brought them in for the 2018 show and they will be here for 2019 

Artist trading cards are unique works signed and dated on the reverse by the artist.  They are 2 12 by 3 12 inches (64 mm × 89 mm) and are meant to be exchanged and collected - the same as baseball cards. Artists can submit their card(s); they will be displayed during the show; at the end of the show the cards will randomly be given out to the artists. If any artist wants to collect more than one card - they can submit more than one card. 

Find out more about Artist Trading Cards on Wikipedia at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artist_trading_cards

If a Canadian artist is not going to be there they can mail in their card with a self addressed stamped envelope to: Saskatchewan Wildlife Art Association, Box 910, Martensville, SK. S0K 2T0. 

NOTE that a card will be mailed back in that envelope - so if the artist wants it to be a padded envelope, or an envelope with an extra cardboard for protection - that envelope must be what they send. If the artist feels confident that the card will arrive safely without extra reinforcement a simple envelope will be fine. 


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