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Artists’ Prospectus online for 93rd Juried Art Show at Phillips’ Mill


Planning of the 93rd Juried Art Show at Phillips’ Mill is well underway and the 2022 Prospectus is now available.

This year’s show will be held Sept. 24 to Oct. 30, live at the Mill in Solebury and online. “There is nothing like experiencing the show in our beloved landmark Mill,” said Mary Flamer, chair of this year’s art show. “Making it available online, too, offers unrivaled accessibility and welcomes art lovers near and far.”

The Art Show Committee announced that jurying this year will take place in person at the Mill. This has been a long-time tradition at Phillips’ Mill, which was interrupted the past two years by the COVID pandemic.

“Having the jurors on-site to see the submitted works in person, to view the artwork in real light from every angle, to experience texture, brushwork, color, is something special in this day of online jurying,” said Flamer. “We are thrilled to be able to offer this to our submitting artists once again.”

Artists are invited to submit up to four pieces of artwork: one framed piece, one piece of sculpture, and up to two unframed pieces for the portfolio displays. Accepted media includes painting (watercolor, oil, pastel, acrylic, gouache, etc.), drawing (ink, pencil, charcoal, etc.), printmaking, mixed media and collage. Photography, digital work, giclee prints of original artwork and crafts are not eligible.

The Prospectus can be found on the Phillips’ Mill website at

All registration will be done online at between Aug. 1 and 31. High-resolution images are required of all work when registering to facilitate the creation of the online show. Work must then be dropped off at Phillips’ Mill during receiving days, Sept. 9 and 10, for in-person jurying and must have been registered online prior to drop-off.

All artists who submit work to the show, whether accepted or not, will be invited to the Opening Night Reception for Patrons and Artists. Celebrated beneath a lighted tent on the grounds of the Mill, it offers attendees a first look at the show and the opportunity to buy before the show opens to the public. Awards are presented at the opening reception as well.

For information, or to support the show with a donation, visit