Get your artwork in front of adoring eyes by hosting your own art exhibit and reception at The Grand.
We are actively seeking artists to exhibit their work for the coming year in both galleries. Along with the opportunity to show your work for a month, artists will take part in the City of Wilmington’s Art On the Town, also known as “Art Loop,” on first Fridays. All shows will be listed in Out & About Magazine, distributed to local businesses and galleries, and on the Art Loop and The Grand’s websites.
Not only will you be getting exposure and potential sales for your work, but you will be giving enrichment and enjoyment to patrons, performing artists, staff, and other visitors.
Click here for more information about the Art Loop.
For artists interested in exhibiting their work at The Grand, download an application here.
Download guidelines for exhibiting at The Grand Galleries.
“Salvage” features acrylic, watercolor, and mixed media paintings and digital artwork that reflect emotions (joy, sorrow, etc.) and the testimony of triumph. Double entendre: The work expresses the idea that past hurt is not garbage and our human experience is salvageable despite our mistakes and shortcomings. The digital artwork is composed with previous artworks and notes from sketchbooks.
Meet Hannibal Lee
An accomplished artist, a long career. Trained in the Brandywine tradition at the N.C. Wyeth Studio under Carolyn, sister of Andrew Wyeth. A stunning medium: textile bas relief. A symphony of colors and textures created with textiles and natural artifacts. This artist rarely exhibits. A truly “must see” show!