Breaking the Grid is an adaptation of our annual 10×10 community art show. This year we are “breaking the grid” by lifting the 10″x10″ size requirement! Since this show will be presented in an online format, without the limits of our gallery walls, we don’t need all of the artwork to be the same size! This show is open to everyone! Whether you are just starting to get your artwork out into the world or whether you have been showing your work for years, everyone is invited to submit work, with no jury process!
Don’t forget! It is not too late to submit your artwork! Artwork submissions will be added to this exhibit on a rolling basis throughout the summer until August 29th! CLICK HERE to submit your work today!
Purchasing Artwork from Breaking the Grid:
Step 1: Fill out the form at the bottom of the page.
Step 2: Saratoga Arts’ staff will contact you. We can take payment for the artwork over the phone via credit card. If you wish to pay with cash or check, we can take payment in person when you pick up the artwork. Please be aware that 7% sales tax will be added onto the cost of the artwork.
Step 3: Once you have inquired about a piece of artwork/ made the artwork purchase, we will contact the artist to schedule a time for them to deliver the artwork to Saratoga Arts (320 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY).
Step 4: After we have received, looked over the artwork and wrapped it up, from there we will contact you (the purchaser) to schedule a pick up time. Artwork pick up is preferable but if you would like the artwork to be shipped to you that is an option as well.
For any questions about this exhibition or shipping information, please contact Becky Zeh, Exhibitions Coordinator at email@example.com or call 518-289-0312.
Jill Burks, Distortions 1 (diptych), photo polymer print, plate size 4"x4", ed. 4 variable, matted, not framed, $100
Jill Burks, Distortions 2 (diptych), photo polymer print, plate size 4"x4", ed. 4 variable, matted, not framed, $100
Jill Burks, Vertigo, photo polymer print, print size 3.75"x3", ed. 4 variable, matted, not framed, $65
Judy Scarlata, Flowers in a Compote: Blooming Time, photos, foamcore, adhesives, cardstock, 10"x10", framed, $100
Judy Scarlata, Morphing Covids, varied papers, foamcore, adhesives, jewelry findings, 11.25"14.25", framed, $100
Maria Lasher, Red Tulip from Dehn's at 79 Beekman St.; From the Places Series, mixed media photomontage, 16"x22"(image), framed, $500
Maria Lasher, Racing Stables at the Oklahoma Track; From the Places Series, photomontage, 12"x16"(image), framed, $300
Maria Lasher, Thoroughbred Breeders + Trainers; From the Places Series, photomontage, 11"x14" (image) framed, $200
Jacquiline Touba, Trinidad & Tobago Folk Dance, watercolor batik on Japanese Genwashi Paper, 12"x16", framed $225
Jacquiline Touba, Native American Fancy Dance Regalia, watercolor batik on Japanese Genwashi paper, 12"x16", framed $330
Joaquim Stevenson-Rodriguez, Pour Some Out (4 Your Ancestors), mixed media on cardboard, 22"x11.25", not framed, $100
Black in Huelitic Code by Michelle Bowen, giclée print (limited edition of 25), 15"x12", not framed, $95
Lodiza Lepore, Melancholy Realized, fine art photography/archival paper, 11"x14", Framed, $125 framed, $100 unframed
Lodiza Lepore, Modern Circus, fine art photography/archival paper, 11"x14", framed, $125 framed, $100 unframed
Lodiza Lepore, The Sentinel, fine art photography/archival paper, 12"x12", framed, $125 framed, $100 unframed
Dan McCormack, Nadine_L_02-20-2020--01AC, pinhole camera archival pigment print, 20"x16", framed, $750
Dan McCormack, Nadine_L_02-20-2020--11AB, pinhole camera archival pigment print, 20"x16", framed, $750
Cheryl Jenks, Spring Wild Flowers, watercolor pencils and watercolor on paper, 8"x10", not framed, $100
Jacqueline Gutierrez, The Best is Yet to Come, watercolor and watercolor pencils, 10"x10", framed, $100