Tish Fine Art Plus

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Tish Silver and Gold Show

An Unjuried Event for All Mediums

Tish invites you to submit your silver and gold (and red and green and so on) art work that evokes a festive spirit as we approach the end of this all too interesting year.   All styles of art - abstract; surreal; representational; 2D; 3D; creations are welcome.  If you are not sure whether your type of art is acceptable, the answer is "Yes!".

The Details

  • Artists are invited to submit up to three pieces of artwork, all media, 2D or 3D accepted including photography.  
  • Closing date for registration is November 15th
  • Art to be delivered on 22nd and 23rd November (2D ready to hang).  All artwork must be for sale.
  • Show opens on November 26th and closes on January 3rd. Unsold artwork to be collected on the  3rd or on the 4th of January.  Alternative arrangements can be made for people away for the holidays but please note the gallery will be closed from January 4th to 21st.
  • Entry fee $15 
  • Gallery commission on sales 25%
  • Prizes for Best Decorative Craft Item; Best Painting; and Best Photo. 

**  Should non-essential businesses have to close again the show will move on line and there will still be awards

Payment can be via paypal.me/tishfaplus or by check to the gallery​. Call or email if you have any queries.


Previous Events at Tish

Fall Into Kent

An Unjuried Plein Air Art Event 

October / November 2020

Artists were invited to submit their creations to the first annual "Fall into Kent".  Plein air events are traditionally held in the spring and early summer in the region and many had to be cancelled this year.  However, it occurred to us at Tish that the timing of such events meant we rarely capture the beauty of Kent County in the fall and were delighted at the variety and quality of work that our artists produced show how amazing it can be.  The show was a resounding success.  Congratulations to Vladimir Duchev (Baltimore) 1st Prize; Jane Ferguson (Chestertown) 2nd Prize and Christine Cooke (Chestertown) 3rd Prize.  Also we must not forget out honorable mentions which went to Denise Dersch (Jersey); Carol Managano (Elkton) and B K Slocum (Chestertown). Thank you to all who participated.  

Lookout for next year's event which will encompass more of the eastern shore.