Call for entries!
Open studio print stall
Mount Art Services is celebrating three successful years since launching at the Silk Mill in Frome. We’re opening our workshop on Sunday 1st April during Frome Independent Market from 10am – 3pm: we’ll have cake, nibbles and a print stall.
We’re inviting artists to submit work to be considered for the print stall. We’re after small prints, no larger than A3 – they can be any form of print but there is certain criteria, please see the link below for more information. There’s no entry fee, so have a punt and submit your best prints!
Click here or the button below to download an entry form and read further information.
Or if you prefer, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an entry form.
Since launching in 2015 Mount has worked with an array of artists, galleries and art lovers, including Hauser & Wirth and Black Swan Arts. Framemaker Simon Keyte is known for his daring approach to picture framing; “Seems to be that we’ll tackle things that other framers don’t want to touch.” Simon worked on eight 5”x7” frames for Anita Taylor (Bath Spa University, Jerwood Drawing Prize, Drawing Projects UK). “A total of 176m of wood, 133 square meters of sheet material (acrylic, foam board, backing etc), 72m of 25mm spacer. Counting each prep, paint and wax coat I’ve covered the equivalent of 576m of wood. All in 8 frames,” says Simon. The framed work is showing at the Young Gallery in Salisbury until March 30th.
In the past three years Mount has supported a number of local art projects, including Frome’s Mayor’s Chain exhibition, Ciara Nolan’s Humans of Frome show, and the Faces of Routes exhibition in support of Routes in Frome. Mount continues to support local art projects that have a community benefit, email on email@example.com if you’re planning a community art project.
Click here to read more about what Mount has been up to recently.
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