CLOSED. Call for Fine Craft & Art: One-of-a-Kind

CLOSED. Call for Fine Craft & Art: One-of-a-Kind

Harlow Gallery invites Maine’s fine artists and craftsmen to participate in “One-of-a-Kind”, a fundraiser exhibition of high quality, locally made fine art and craft, on view December 7-17, 2016. Non-member artists and artisans may each submit one work of art of their choice, while current members of the Harlow Gallery may submit two works of art. All sales will be split 50/50 with the Gallery; proceeds from this fundraiser will support programming at the gallery in 2017. All Maine creatives welcome. You do not need to be a member to participate, and the show is not juried.

Eligibility and Criteria:
Each piece in this show must be completely one of a kind, original, and hand-made. All fine craft media are eligible, including but not limited to sculpture, ceramics, textiles, fiberart, woodworking, metal, and glass. Acceptable fine art media includes but is not limited to painting, encaustic, monotype and drawing. All work must be 100% original; no giclees, reproductions or mass produced elements. Wall-hung pieces may not exceed 11×14 (or 154 square inches [including frame]), 3-dimensional pieces just need to fit through the door (already assembled).

CLICK HERE FOR SUBMISSION FORM. (please fill out online before delivering art.)

Saturday, December 3, 12-6pm: Art Delivery. Volunteers needed to help – please contact Cassie Bouton.
December 7-17, 2016: One-of-a-Kind on view

Saturday, December 17, 5-7pm: Art pickup / CLOSING RECEPTION – (potluck) please bring a beverage or dish to share.

Are you an artist member planning to participate? We need images of your work to promote the show. Please send your jpeg file(s) no smaller than 1MB to 


Ceramic Bowl by Whitney Gill. (Summer Members' Show 2016)


  • I’m curious what is meant by “no mass-produced elements” – it seems like the organizers have something specific in mind but it’s not clear what. I would assume that paintings (made with pre-mixed paint on commercially stretched canvas) or drawings (on mass-produced paper) would not be excluded – but in terms of assemblage and mixed-media work, what would the organizers consider “mass produced elements” unsuitable for this exhibition? I’m trying to figure out which thing to bring.

    • Hi Carole, We are just trying to avoid people decorating pre-made items etc. Perhaps we should rephrase that! If you still have questions please call the gallery at 622-3813 during open hours – Wed-Sat 12-6pm. –Deb Fahy

  • […] Please visit the following link for an entry form and important dates: […]

  • […] Please visit the following link for an entry form and important dates: […]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.