Wellington Art Club Exhibition

Malvina Major Autumn Exhibition - 14th, 15th, 16th of June

Here's some photos from the exhibition:
  • Two paintings were raffled at the Malvina Major Exhibition: by Magda Van de Walt was won by Malcolm Laird and by John McDonnell, was won by Marilyn Porteous.
  • Judy stands by her painting. From top clockwise: Port Seaview, The Kaitoki River, Braving the Buller Sandbar, Port Ahuriri Napier. All by Judy Laird
  • Sheila Playford with her alcohol ink pictures and Rita Quirk’s horse’s on the right.
  • Diane Calvert, city councillor for the Western Ward with Judy Langham Wellington Art Club President and Sarah Free, Art Club Patron and Eastern Ward councillor; at the Art Club's Malvina Major Art Exhibition on the 14th, 15th and 16th of June 2019




Download Entry Form

Delivery from 9am, 14th of June
Exhibition from 14th-16th June
Pick-up from 4.30pm Sunday,16th June 2019

Conditions of entry for Malvina Major Art Exhibition

  • Maximum of 4 entries per member, with discretion for up to two additional entries if exhibits are very small
  • An entry fee of $5.00 per item will be payable to the Club. Entries should be accompanied by full payment of entry fees – by direct credit to the Club’s bank account (preferred), or cash in the receiving box in the club rooms
  • Entries will only be accepted where received by the cut-off date of Friday 31 May 2019, provided entry fees have also been paid by the cut-off date
  • Each entry must be clearly identified, ideally titled, but must include artist’s name, medium and price
  • Entries must be original, unaided works, or prints of a member’s work
  • Entries must not infringe copyright
  • Commission of 15% will be payable to the Club on sales, including sales of exhibited items made subsequent to the exhibition
  • Entries must include details of the exhibitor’s bank account to which sale proceeds can be remitted
  • Exhibits must not have been presented at the same exhibition venue within two years of a preceding exhibition
  • Exhibition standard hanging materials must be used, i.e. firmly secured D rings and cord/wire, plus an identifying swing tag (see below). The Club reserves the right to decline an exhibit which is not fit for hanging
  • Works must be presented with an identifying tag on a cord/string attached to the back and of sufficient length to hang over the top of the work. The tag must identify the artist, the name of the work (ideally), medium and price, matching the information provided on the previously submitted entry form
  • Exhibitors will be responsible for delivering their entries to the exhibition venue between 9.00 and 10.00 am on Friday 14 June (the exhibition opening date), and collection at the conclusion of the exhibition (4.00 pm Sunday 16 June)
  • All reasonable care will be taken by the Club in exhibiting members’ works, but members accept that the Club does not provide insurance cover for exhibited works



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