Kingennie Winter Exhibition
The exhibition will run from Sunday 3rd of November daily until Saturday 30th November 2019 and will be open from 11am until 3pm. There will not be a private opening however it is hoped that because of the time of year it is seen very much as a selling exhibition for the Christmas market.
Date place and time of handing in
Friday 1st November strictly between 11am and 1pm at Kingennie. The exhibition venue. The Braw Berry Box is on the left hand side of the restaurant. Parking is opposite. If for any reason you are unable to take your work to Kingennie you may take it to Bob Piggot at the afternoon class on Thursday 31st October, who will arrange with you to have it taken to the exhibition and returned.
From Broughty Ferry take the A 92 toward Arbroath and turn off at the sign for Dobbies. At the mini circle before Dobbies take the left turn and follow the road up to the junction with Drumsturdy Road where you take a right shortly followed by a left turn. Follow the road for about a mile and Forbes of Kingennie is signposted on the right.
Up to 4 framed pieces maximum size of 12 inches by 12 inches (30 cms) will be accepted. Unframed box canvas accepted to same 12 x 12 inches size and must have sides painted. Only one piece may be hung at any one time because of space restrictions, however the committee will endeavour to hang as much of your work as possible. The work does not have to be new for this exhibition.
Each piece of work must have the artists name, title, medium and price on a sticky label attached to the back of each painting. Failure to do this may result in your work not being hung. Minimum price for work will be £25. We are not charging a hanging fee for this exhibition but are asking exhibiting members to please give a donation to help with administration costs-thanks.
There will be a board at the handing in for you to add your name at least a couple of times or more if possible.
It is very important that all exhibiting members are fully involved in taking part with invigilation for the exhibition to be a success. Without two invigilators at every opening the exhibition will have to close for that time. It really is important that we get as many offers as possible for this venture.