Art IN Hand Gallery Seeks 3D Artist
Art IN Hand Gallery, an artist-owned and operated cooperative, is located along the picturesque brick Main Street in Zionsville Indiana. Nestled among unique local specialty shops, the gallery is a vital part of this historic downtown shopping destination and community.
Art IN Hand was founded in 2000 by a group of artists who desired a truly supportive and independent gallery experience, and continues to count some of these artists among its members. The gallery displays both 2D and 3D artwork including oil, acrylic and watercolor as well as ceramics, jewelry, fused and stained glass, furniture and other handcrafted wood items.
The gallery is currently seeking a 3D artist. Possible mediums include: blown glass, metal, fiber, 3D mixed media, gourds, or clay sculpture. (Please note the gallery is not accepting jewelry or functional pottery at this time). Member benefits include:
Are you an artist who’s interested in promoting your work and developing business/career skills within the Art IN Hand family? Prospective members can download an application at www.artinhandgallery.com and drop off artwork samples at the gallery for the membership to review. The next deadline for jurying is September 4. For more information, call 317-733-8426, or contact New Member Coordinator Meredith Hammons at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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