9 days to submit to our December Small Works Show! Deadline Nov 16

5th Annual Catalyst Small Works Show, December 9, 2017 – January 7, 2018.

Painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture, mixed media of many kinds will be considered. No video. Submit up to four quality jpegs (labeled w/your last name and/or title) to info@catalystgallery.com. Include in the email your name, email, address, phone number, website, and title,  specific media, hxw dimensions (including frame if any, and depth if applicable) and price of each work.

Entry Fee

$30 for up to four images. Fee is payable by credit card through this link to Square: https://squareup.com/store/catalyst-gallery or by check (payable to Catalyst Gallery and mailed to Catalyst Gallery, 137 Main St, Beacon NY 12508).

Guidelines for Submissions

Size must be no larger than 16″ in any direction for 2D including frame, and 20″ for 3D.The work must arrive clean, professional and ready to hang. This may mean wired or with hardware attached. 3-D pieces must be self-supporting (we have pedestals but you may provide your own) or wall-mounted.

Works on paper must be framed or mounted. It is helpful if images include frame (if any) or description of proposed framing.

Price limit is $500. When selecting & pricing your work, please consider that affordability will increase the likelihood of sales during the holiday season. This is a fun and popular show and we sell work every year!

Gallery retains a 25% commission on sold work. Artists will receive payment after the show closes.

Deadline to submit images via email is 11:59pm on Thur Nov 16.

Accepted artists will be notified which works have been selected. Notifications to all entrants will be emailed by Tue Nov 21.

If high-quality prints are available of similar works by accepted artists, we may offer them for sale (unframed and in clear bag w/backing) in our ‘gift shop’; the same 25% commission applies. Indicate interest.

Delivery of Work

If accepted, artists must deliver work in person, or ship. Drop-off dates will be Nov 29 (6-8pm), Dec 2 and 3 (10am-12pm), Dec 4 (6-8pm). Shipped work must arrive by Dec 4.

Accepted artists must notify us beforehand if you plan to ship your work and we will provide the address. Do not ship to gallery. Artists must cover all shipping expenses. A computer-generated return label for return of work must be enclosed. Pre-paid shipping arrangements must be made through UPS, FedEx, or USPS. Gallery is not responsible for work arriving damaged or late. Great care will be taken with all work, but artists are responsible for insuring their own work if they wish.

**The gallery proprietors retain the final word on what will be in the exhibition and how the art will be installed.**

Opening Reception

The opening reception/party is Sat Dec 9, 6-9pm. It is Beacon’s 2nd Saturday (www.beaconarts.org). Gallery hours will be Fri-Sun 12-6 pm with many additional weekday hours tba. There will be a closing reception Sun Jan 7, 2-6pm.

Return of Work

Pick-up dates will be Jan 7 (5-7pm), Jan 8 (10-11am and 5-7pm) and Jan 13 (10am-12pm). Other arrangements can be made if necessary. Unsold work must be picked up unless return shipping has been arranged. If work is not picked up by Jan 31 it will become property of the gallery.

Catalyst Small Works Show 2017- Submissions Open

5th Annual Catalyst Small Works Show, December 9, 2017 – January 7, 2018.

Painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture, mixed media of many kinds will be considered. No video. Submit up to four quality jpegs (labeled w/your last name and/or title) to info@catalystgallery.com. Include in the email your name, email, address, phone number, website, and title/media/dimensions/price of each work.

Entry Fee

$30 for up to four images. Fee is payable by credit card through this link to Square: https://squareup.com/store/catalyst-gallery or by check (payable to Catalyst Gallery and mailed to Catalyst Gallery, 137 Main St, Beacon NY 12508).

Guidelines for Submissions

Size must be no larger than 16″ in any direction for 2D including frame, and 20″ for 3D.The work must arrive clean, professional and ready to hang. This may mean wired or with hardware attached. 3-D pieces must be self-supporting (we have pedestals but you may provide your own) or wall-mounted.

Works on paper must be framed or mounted. It is helpful if images include frame (if any) or description of proposed framing.

Price limit is $500. When selecting & pricing your work, please consider that affordability will increase the likelihood of sales during the holiday season. This is a fun and popular show!

Gallery retains a 25% commission on sold work. Artists will receive payment after the show closes.

We encourage early entries. Deadline to submit images via email is Thur Nov 16.

Notifications will be emailed by Tue Nov 21.

If high-quality prints are available of similar works by accepted artists, we may offer them for sale (unframed and in clear bag w/backing) in our ‘gift shop’; the same 25% commission applies. Indicate interest.

Delivery of Work

If accepted, artists must deliver work in person, or ship. Drop-off dates will be Nov 29 (6-8pm), Dec 2 and 3 (10am-12pm), Dec 4 (6-8pm). Shipped work must arrive by Dec 4.

Accepted artists must notify us beforehand if you plan to ship your work and we will provide the address. Do not ship to gallery. Artists must cover all shipping expenses. A computer-generated return label for return of work must be enclosed. Pre-paid shipping arrangements must be made through UPS, FedEx, or USPS. Gallery is not responsible for work arriving damaged or late. Great care will be taken with all work, but artists are responsible for insuring their own work if they wish. **The gallery proprietors retain the final word on what will be in the exhibition and how the art will be installed.**

Opening Reception

The opening reception/party is Sat Dec 9, 6-9pm. It is also Beacon’s 2nd Saturday (www.beaconarts.org). Gallery hours will be Fri-Sun 12-6 pm with many additional weekday hours tba. There will be a closing reception Sun Jan 7, 2-6pm.

Return of Work

Pick-up dates will be Jan 7 (5-7pm), Jan 8 (10-11am and 5-7pm) and Jan 13 (10am-12pm). Other arrangements can be made if necessary. Unsold work must be picked up unless return shipping has been arranged. If work is not picked up by Jan 31 it will become property of the gallery.

Thank you!

“Cross Pollination” opens Sat Sept 9, reception 6-8pm

“Cross Pollination”
Catalyst Gallery, 137 Main Street, Beacon NY
Sept 8 – Oct 1, 2017, Friday – Sunday 12-6 PM or by appt.
Beacon Second Saturday Sept 9, 2017, 6-8 PM

It happens every spring: the wind, the birds, the bees carry new life to receptive ground. Through the summer they sow, they grow. And so it is with artists: inspirations and ideas germinate among us and between us. The 4 widely-shown artists at the Catalyst Gallery in Beacon in September met years ago and have since offered each other new seeds of stimulation and insight. That is cross-pollination: inspirations and ideas germinate among us and between us.

Jane Soodalter is a macro photographer who seeks the hidden beauty in everyday objects. “For this series I safaried through woods, fields, gardens, arboretums, roadsides and city streets to capture the grace and allure concealed in the foliage of plants and trees.”

Cali Gorevic is exhibiting black and white photographs of leaves. “For 25 years trees have been my primary focus; only recently did I feel the impetus to narrow my focus and explore the singular, sensual beauty of each leaf, as different from each other as snowflakes”.

Anita Jacobson uses collage to “to explore the delicate balance between humans and their surroundings.  The collages are a commentary on humans as the ‘invasive species’ and the necessity to preserve the myriad forms of life on earth.”

Cindy Booth utilizes a plethora of materials from clay and copper to epoxies and found objects to create three-dimensional sculptures. “Generating and creating art is for me about letting go of control and allowing the materials to take me in unexpected directions.”

‘Hamlet CU3ED’ performances Aug 25-27, free

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AUGUST 25 – 27TH – Hamlet CU3ED, performance by Lloyd Mulvey

Hamlet CU3ED is a one-man adaptation of Hamlet. For three nights, Lloyd Mulvey will perform at the Catalyst Gallery, in preparation for a filming of the project. Each will begin at 7:30pm and are free and open to the public.This is the fourth event in the Summer Salon Series presented by Carin Jean White, whose abstract paintings are on view at the gallery through Sept 4.

Press from ‘The Highlands Current’ for Carin Jean White’s show

The Highlands Current, Aug 12, 2017:

Art Director

By Alison Rooney

The last time Carin Jean White showed her paintings at Catalyst Gallery in Beacon, a number of friends came from the city to the opening. Knowing that she is a theater director as well as a visual artist, they told her of the connection they saw in her work between both pursuits. She saw it, too, she says, but not before it was pointed out.

Growing up in a Bay Area household where art supplies were always lying around (courtesy of her father, a graduate of the Art Institute of San Francisco), White was often found crafting dioramas. At the same time, she began acting in plays at age 4 and directed her first play in high school. Plus, she was interested in science.

Carin Jean White (Photo by A. Rooney)

All of these elements come together in the Cold Spring resident’s current work, much of which is interdisciplinary, drawing upon site-specific questions, applications of design extending to sound, consideration of spatial qualities and other strands of exploration.

Her latest Catalyst show, which opens with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 12, is her third in the space. While it focuses on her painting, most of her work rests at the intersection of theater and visual installation…

For the continuation of this story, please click this link to The Highlands Current.

A painting by Carin Jean White

 

White’s paintings will be on view at Catalyst, at 137 Main St., through Sept. 4. See carinjeanwhite.com.