December 14th- Call for Submissions for Daniel Cooney On-line Emerging Artist Auction

Call for Submissions for Daniel Cooney On-line Emerging Artist Auction

This is a  rolling submissions process, but to be considered for  the first Auction of 2010, the work must be in by December 14th.

From the announcement:
Daniel Cooney has teamed up with iGavel once again to present a new
round of artist auctions.
Details for submission:
The new auctions include a curated selection of works of art by
promising emerging talent. The auction is a showcase before an
audience of collectors, dealers, museum professionals and gallery
owners. To ensure equal and fair representation all works are
presented with reserves set at $200.

Submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis. To submit you must
meet the following requirements:

– Undergraduate student works will not be accepted
– All mediums are welcome besides installation works
– Artists cannot have gallery or commercial representation
– Some prior exhibition or publication experience is required

To submit, please fill out this form. Submit one image per work.
Images must be at least 800 pixels on the longest side, jpeg saved for
web, below 200kb in size, and SRGB color space. Each artist will be
required to sign a contract with iGavel. Artists receive a 50%
commission on all sold works. Shipping of accepted works to iGavel or
the iGavel Associate is the responsibility of the artist, and the
return shipment if not sold. After your submission is received, you
will be contacted by email.

About iGavel:
iGavel is an international network of fine art and antiques
professionals with Consignment Centers conveniently located in many
major metropolitan areas. Our regional network enables consignors to

minimize handling and shipping expenses while reaching an international marketplace of buyers.

Alana Celii:
Daniel Cooney:

To Submit:


1 Comment »

  1. wesleybrown said

    I don’t think I’ve ever said it but I’ve benefited heaps from your listings of things like this in the past, so thank you, Mary!

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