Acceptable Art Works


Acceptable Works

Paintings and photographs will be accepted subject to the normal selection process.
Other types of art work are encouraged but acceptance is entirely at the discretion of the Organisers and subject to the available space and the quality of the art. Please contact the Organisers if you have any questions.

No. of Works

The Artist may submit any number of works for consideration for acceptance into the Show, each submission attracting a registration/ entry fee as shown under the Fees and Commissions Section.  The Organisers, whose decision is final, can accept any number of works from any one artist.

Pairs of paintings and multiple panelled paintings will be accepted. Entry fees will be calculated using the combined dimensions of the work. Individual paintings from a pair will not be sold separately.

Size of Paintings and Photographs

There are four (4) sizing groups for entry, all measurements include the frame:

  • Exactly 30cm x 30cm including the frame,
  • Combined length of two adjacent sides is less than 170 cm,
  • Combined length of two adjacent sides is between 170 and 210 cm
  • Combined length of two adjacent sides is between 210 and 250 cm

Acceptance Fee

Acceptance of a work will attract an acceptance fee (hanging fee) depending on frame dimensions.  The acceptance fee is in addition to the registration/entry fee.

All accepted works will be displayed.

Artists will be notified by both email and text message when their work has been accepted for hanging or display. Please ensure that your correct details are registered with Gallery 247.


Exhibits must be on durable material, framed and fitted with with FLUSH "D" HANGERS. Flush Hangers are those which do not protrude when paintings are stored. Eye hooks are not acceptable as these can cause damage to other works. Exhibits must be ready to hang with appropriate hanging wire between the flush hangers. Oil/acrylic paintings on canvas unframed but ready for hanging will be accepted.


Identifying labels, supplied by the Art Show organisers, must be affixed securely to the rear of the work.

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