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Entry Deadline:  January 6, 2019 (9:00 pm)

Exhibition Dates: January 10 - 31, 2019

Artwork Hand Delivery Only:  Tuesday, January 8th (9:00 am - 12:00 pm)
Reception and Artists' Gallery Talk:  Friday, January 25th (5:30 pm – 8:00 p.m)

Artwork Pick-up:  Thursday, January 31 (9:00 am – 12:00 p.m)

Venue:  Pepco Edison Place Gallery, 702 8th Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20068
Curator:  Carolyn Goodridge

Title Theme:  Facets 

You are invited to exhibit this month at Pepco Edison Place Gallery in Washington, DC.  "FACETS" is the name of the show.  Now, Facets is the plural of facet which means one side of something that is many-sided, especially of a cut gem.  Speaking of which, garnet is the birthstone of January.  So that leads us to some ideas about this January 2019 show at Pepco Edison Place Gallery.  


Garnet, the birthstone of January is considered a great gift to symbolize friendship and trust.

Facet also means a particular aspect or feature of something.  So this exhibition will feature paintings which convey one or more aspects of life, of an object, of a view of anything you'd like.  Even better if it has to do with trust or friendship...but not mandatory.  Again think "FACET" or "FACETS" - one side or many sides of one thing.  Yeah, this is short notice, but Pepco Edison Place Gallery management knows they can always depend on Art Impact International to put on a spectacular exhibition.  And with your help I know we won't let them down.  So complete the form and show me what you have available to install on Tuesday, January 8th.  Thanks so much for taking the time to consider this opportunity.

All visual artists 18 years of age or older. 


Accepted Media:
Original artwork only - no gicleé s or copies.  All 2D media including photography and 3D bas-relief artwork created to be hung on a wall is eligible.  Sculpture
is accepted only if the artist supplies their own own stand.  2D work must be ready to hang with the correct strength wire in place (no saw tooth or other types of hangers).  No holes are permitted to be punched in the Pepco Edison Place Gallery walls.  Click here to view the Gallery's Arakawa hanging system hooks.  Works on paper must be framed.  All entries must include digital images of the artwork to be considered.  

Size/weight restrictions:
72 inches (6 ft) is the maximum height or width for work.  Large format work is encouraged.  No work may be suspended from the ceiling or placed on stands.  Each piece must weigh less than 50 lbs (22.7 kg).  

Entry Fee:  $0 for up to five images of art.
Note:  Selected artists will be requested to make
a small exhibition contribution of food or funds* in order to produce the show and deliver personalized art marketing services which may include:


  • 30-Second individualized artist video (The individual artist video file will be both sent to you directly and uploaded onto the Art Impact YouTube channel with the link sent to them so they can immediately promote and share on social media.  The production of this video includes working one-on-one with a video media marketing communications specialist.)  

  • a video with the entire group of FACETS exhibiting artists  (YouTube link may be shared on social media to promote the exhibition in general.)

  • artwork installation in the Pepco Edison Place Gallery

  • closing reception with refreshments


*Art Impact™ International, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides exhibition opportunities for artists to show work in high-quality spaces.  We promote the artists and the exhibition which includes spectacular receptions with live entertainment, refreshments and catalog publications.  We extend our best efforts to promote our exhibiting artists in order to attract prospective collectors. We provide artists with tools to boost and showcase their popularity and talent, which will only strengthen their creative careers.  We want to help artists shine, not add to their financial stress.  Art Impact™ International, Inc. runs primarily on charitable contributions, so additional gifts would be appreciated. 

Artist Notification: Artists will be immediately notified, if humanly possible, by email of selected works upon their submission.  At the time of the hanging of the exhibition, the curators reserve the right to decline work that differs significantly from the submitted imagery.  Artwork without secure hanging apparatus may also be subject to being declined at the time of drop-off.

All work must be framed and ready to hang.  If the work is not frame-able it must at least have the hanging apparatus in the back, sturdy and intact.  Please do not deliver work that looks shabby on the canvas sides.  We want all work to be presented as beautifully as possible.  Excellence is one of Art Impact™ International's values.  All glass must be plexiglass whenever possible. The curator will install the work at a pre-designated time with a supervised installation team. 

70% of the selling price will go to the artist. 30% of the selling price benefits Art Impact™ International, Inc.   All art sales are conducted directly between Art Impact™ International, Inc. and the collector.

Hand Delivery Only:
All accepted work must be hand delivered to Pepco Edison Place Gallery:

  • Tuesday, January 8th, 2019, between 9:00 AM and 12 PM


Insurance: While artwork will be handled with the utmost care during the exhibition, neither Pepco Edison Place Gallery nor Art Impact™ International, Inc. is responsible for lost or damaged artwork while it is en route to and from the gallery.  Artists are advised to carry their own insurance during shipping and during the exhibition.

Artwork Pick Up:
Thursday, January 31st (9:00 am – 12:00 p.m)

Entry into this exhibition constitutes agreement with all terms enumerated in this prospectus, and registration agreement including a commitment to show accepted work for the duration of the exhibition. All of the conditions must be met or work will not be accepted.

About the Curator
Carolyn S. Goodridge, Founder and Executive Director of Art Impact™ International, Inc.  A native of The Republic of Trinidad & Tobago, West Indies. An artist who received her Master of Fine Arts from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.  Exhibited widely, including the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, Hampton University Museum, Hampton, VA, Ackland Art Museum, Chapel Hill, NC, Museum of African American Art, Tampa, FL, and many others. 
Questions?  Contact the curator, Carolyn Goodridge:, 877-772-6045

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