June 1 – 30, 2018
Deadline to apply: March 31, 2018
Call for Artist
LeMoyne Arts is calling all photographers to submit their work for a juried exhibition showcasing the Florida environment. All entries must have been photographed in Florida and represent native flora and fauna. Approximately 100 works will be selected from five categories; Landscape, Waterscape, Wildlife, Birds and Black & White.
Judge David Moynahan
Judges Criteria will include; Originality, Composition, Artistic Merit, Technical Excellence and Overall Impact.
Each entry shall be accompanied by notes of location, dimensions of the print and backstory (optional). Photos of captive animals are acceptable but must be noted as such.
All entries must be digitally submitted, whether created by digital or film camera. No mailed or printed images will be accepted.
Entry fee is $25.00, which may be submitted using the following link.
Submit up to three images
Entries shall be submitted as JPG files that are between 0.5 and 5 MB
Include: last name, first name, and title of the print, on the file.
Each photograph should accurately depict the subject matter and the scene as it appeared. Digitally altered photos beyond standard optimization will be disqualified.
Adjustments to color, contrast, brightness and sharpness; removal of dust and scratches; cropping; black and white conversions; and use of HDR (High Dynamic Range) are acceptable.
Adding or removing objects, compositing two or more photos not of the same scene, processing through art filters that alter the natural look are unacceptable
All selected works must be ready to hang with wire, NO saw tooth hangers please
Artists will be notified by April 28 of selected works. Work should be received at LeMoyne Arts by May 21, 2018.
Will be given for Best of Show and Best in Category with honorable mentions as the Judge deems warranted.
Accepted photographs must be shipped in a reusable box via UPS, USPS or FedEx including PREPAID return shipping labels.
SHIPPING ADDRESS:LeMoyne ArtsFlorida Environs ExhibitATTN: Ann Kozeliski, Art Director125 N. Gadsden St, Tallahassee, FL 32301
LeMoyne Arts (LA) will retain a 40% commission deducted from the sales price quoted by the artist. The venue will collect and remit sales tax and other applicable taxes on sales. LA will pay 60% of the selling price to the artist by July 14, 2018. All participating artists will be required to provide a signed W9 form to the venue. Works sold will remain in the gallery until the completion of the show. LA will make arrangements for delivery of the artwork to the purchaser at the purchaser’s expense.
ARTIST’S AGREEMENT: (IMPORTANT)
Submission of the entry shall serve as an agreement by the artist that all conditions in this prospectus have been met. LeMoyne Arts and its representatives and employees are released and discharged of any and all claims made by damage or loss of the photography while in the possession of LeMoyne Arts. Each artist must carry their own insurance for shipping damage and/or damage during the exhibit. Images of selected art may be used in publicity, social media, for educational purposes and on the organizations’ websites at the discretion of the LeMoyne Arts Board. No work accepted for the Florida Environs Exhibition may be withdrawn prior to close of the exhibit.
Send to Apply@LeMoyne.org
Subject line: Florida Environs
Deadline: March 31, 2018
Include your name, address, telephone number, and short artist statement in the email
Any questions please contact Ann Kozeliski, Art Director at
The mission of LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts is to promote and advance education, interest, and participation in the contemporary visual arts.
Created in 1963, LeMoyne Center for the Visual Arts (LeMoyne) has sought to enhance Tallahassee’s quality of life by showcasing outstanding local, regional, national and international artists year-round. Our distinctive visual arts exhibits and permanent collection of artworks both educate our visitors and inspire them to purchase art to enrich their lives. We foster the careers of professional and aspiring artists through the sale of their artworks, with the artists and LeMoyne sharing proceeds on a 60/40 consignment, 60% going to the artist and 40% to the gallery,