The Doddiscombsleigh Art Show 2019

Image Credit: Jan Traylen

Teign Valley Community Hall, Lower Town, Christow, EX6 7NA

01647 252430
[email protected]
http://www.doddiscombsleighartshow.co.uk

Friday 25 October 2019 – Sunday 27 October 2019
Opening Hours: Fri 25 Oct 10 - 5pm | Sat 26 Oct 10 - 5pm | Sun 27 Oct 10am - 1pm
No need to book

Doddiscombsleigh Art Show 2019

ANNOUNCEMENT:
As a new committee managing the 2019 Doddiscombsleigh Art Show, we have been gathering information about other charity art exhibitions in Devon. To bring us in line with our key competitors we have decided to drop our commission rate from 40% to 35%.

DUE TO THIS CHANGE, THE DEADLINE FOR SIGNING UP HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 15TH JANUARY 2019!

To express an interest to partake, please click on this link, remember it's FREE to sign up and only takes 2 minutes: https://form.jotformeu.com/DoddiArtShow/EOI

More details can be found on our website at: http://www.doddiscombsleighartshow.co.uk/Artists.html

CALLING ALL ARTISTS:
The Doddiscombsleigh Art Show brings together a selection of the finest Artists in the South West for an Exhibition and sale of their works.

The range of art on show is astonishing, from oil paintings to watercolours, pencil drawings, lino prints, ceramics, jewellery, etchings, photography, collage, embroidery, remaker art and sculptures, both indoor and outdoor. The 2017 show averaged profit sales of £1,000 an hour!

The Expression of Interest (EOI) is to be completed by artists who would like to be considered for the 2019 Doddiscombsleigh Art Show. The EOI will open on 30/10/2018 and run through to 15/01/19. Get the form at: http://www.doddiscombsleighartshow.co.uk/

 

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