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44 Gypsy Ln
Bennington, Vermont, 05201
United States


The Bennington, Fine art sales galleries, Wind Sculptures, Covered Bridge Museum, and a permanent collection of wildlife and Native American art and artifacts

Wildscapes Submission Form

Show dates

June 10th - July 22nd, 2017

David Rankin, Juror



David Rankin, a very respected artist and world traveler, has been tasked with selecting a show that focuses on the the wilder parts of this world in which we live. After the 20th year of our Art of the Animal Kingdom exhibition we decided to allow a wider variety of work focusing on nature as a whole. Landscapes, seascapes, wildlife and scenes that portray the artist's love for his or
her natural surroundings will be considered. 

Submission:   Work must be completed in a fine art medium such as oil, pastel, bronze, graphite and watercolor.  The jpeg image file submitted for consideration should be approximately 8 x 10, 300 dpi. There are no size limitations but please keep in mind that artists are asked to pay for shipping. Submissions are due by May 7th

Jury Fee: There is a jury fee of $35 for the first two works, $50 for three, and $60 for four. (Past participants in any past Art of the Animal Kingdom exhibition will not need to pay a jury fee.)

Shipping: All accepted artwork will need to arrive at the Center between the dates of June 2nd.  All artwork will be insured from the time of its arrival until it is returned or sent to the buyer at the conclusion of the show. As in previous years, we need all two-dimensional work to be shipped in AirFloat containers. Should the artist choose not to use Airfloat containers a check for $35 to cover a handling fee will need to be included with the artwork. If the artist would like to hand deliver the piece and pick it up at the conclusion of the show, that will be fine but please call in advance to ensure that staff is available to meet you. If the piece sells, we will still need an Airfloat container in which to ship your work to the buyer.  We can ask that the buyer return the Airfloat to you, COD.

Sales: The sales price of the artwork will be set by you. The Center will retain 40% of the price of two-dimensional work and 30% of the price of three-dimensional work. Please note that from the date the piece has been juried into the show and through the show's conclusion, any sale of that piece must be made through the Center, with the Center retaining commission. Artwork in this gallery must remain with the exhibition until its conclusion before it can be sent to the buyer.


Submit Work

Below is a Submission Checklist. Complete all items in order for a successful submission.

  1. Fill Out Submission Forms
  2. Label, Upload, and Send All Images
  3. Pay the Submission Fee

The same checklist will appear after you click to pay the submission fee. If you have completed every item on the list your submission should go through without any problems. There will also be an option to express any concerns, opinions, or suggestions about the submission process. Please let us know what we can do to make this process easier for you. For more instructions along the way, click on audio bars like the one below... 


Step 1 - Fill Out Forms

If you have more work to submit, fill out the appropriate forms below, then scroll down to upload your images.


Step 2 - Send Photos

Click Labeling or Image Size for More Information

E-mail Images to the following address:


Step 3 - Pay the Submission Fee

Click the correct number of pieces to pay the submission fee. Please pay only after you have filled out all forms and uploaded all images.