Fleck Fine Art Catalogue & Exhibition Submissions
NEW COMPETITION FOR INDEPENDENT / EMERGING ARTISTS
Fleck Fine Art Catalogue & Exhibition, March 2019
All submissions will be reviewed by Elaine Fleck. Twenty artists will be selected to participate in a two-week group exhibition titled "Best of New Submissions". The Exhibition will be held at the Elaine Fleck Gallery during the last two weeks of March 2019.
All 20 artists selected will be published in the Fleck Fine Art Catalogue along with artists represented by the Elaine Fleck Gallery. The catalogue also features interviews with and articles by leaders in the Canadian Art World. This catalogue will feature an interview with the iconic Canadian artist Charles Pachter.
Each artist published receives a full colour 5.5 x 8.5 inch catalogue page displaying their artwork, curated by Elaine Fleck. Each artist in the catalogue exhibition receives a copy.
The printed version is distributed to art buyers visiting the gallery.
The catalogues are distributed digitally via email to our extensive list of patrons and collectors, some of whom hold very significant art collections.
The Fleck Fine Art catalogue is also shared online through our website and through numerous social media outlets and viewed by thousands of art enthusiasts.
The Elaine Fleck Gallery represents some of Canada’s highest selling contemporary artists. Many of these artists started with a submission to the Fleck Fine Art Catalogue.
Lloyd Arbour applied and was accepted to the catalogue in 2013, Lloyd received the mentorship and support of Elaine Fleck. Lloyd is now represented and featured regularly at the gallery. Through the Elaine Fleck Gallery, Lloyd’s art has been featured on the TV show Suits and The Strain III and has been the featured artwork on trailers for both shows! His cutting-edge, photography-based, digital composites, have been placed in incredible collections.
Artist Harrison Taylor after participating in the catalogue has had several of his series exhibited at the Elaine Fleck Gallery. Elaine Fleck sold three of his large pieces to the permanent collection of NBC in New York!
Brandon Steen took seriously Elaine Fleck’s advice and mentorship. Brandon submitted to the catalogue and has gone on to be one of the Elaine Fleck Gallery’s top-selling artists with sell-out shows, highly sought after commissions and an impressive list of clients.
Mary Ann Slater was a curator's choice winner in the fall 2017 edition of Fleck Fine Art. The gallery received a lot of interest in her work, sales were strong and Mary Ann Slater is now added to the Elaine Fleck Gallery roster of artists.
Bill Hornbostel submitted to the winter 2016 catalogue, and became a member artist at the Elaine Fleck Gallery in 2017. Bill's production and sales are strong and since September 2017 has been represented by the Elaine Fleck Gallery.
We are always looking for wonderful talent to expose to art buyers.
Submit today! Here’s how:
Submission Guidelines: Your submission can be on a disc, memory stick or emailed. Contact The Director to request the submission's email address.
It must include:
- Artist statement
- Art media
- Up to ten images (If you have several styles or bodies of work, up to ten images from each) at 300 ppi 10 inches longest side.
- Title of each artwork
- Dimensions of each artwork in inches
- Education, training or experience
- Exhibition history
- Contact information
The EXTENDED SUBMISSION DEADLINE is Saturday, January 12th, 2019
You must also include a $25.00 administration fee, cash or cheque made out to The Elaine Fleck Gallery or your submission will not be viewed.
If submitting by email, pay through our website here Pay Administration Fee. Online submissions pay a $30.00 administration fee.
Mailing and drop-off address:
Elaine Fleck Gallery
1351 Queen Street West Toronto,
ON Canada M6K 1M1
If selected Elaine Fleck will personally contact you.
The total publishing, distribution & exhibition cost to each artist selected is $500.00 plus 13% HST. Payable by Visa, Master Card or cheque.
We look forward to receiving your submission.
Gary Ray Rush,
Elaine Fleck Gallery