A Maine art gallery has released a call for submissions to its first show later this year focusing exclusively on 3-D printed sculptures.
The Landing Gallery of Rockland, Maine, is asking artists working in the 3-D printing medium to submit their entries for the Bits to Its: 3-D Printed Sculpture exhibition to be held this spring. Entries must be at least 75 percent 3-D printed, but may involve other processes. MainFabLab will host a week of educational sessions devoted to teaching 3-D printing techniques and technology to the public.
Entries for the May 3 show must be received by March 15 so they may be evaluated by the following three show judges:
Joshua Harker is an artist who works with 3-D printers to create a wide variety of complex geometry sculptures and other designs.
Artists interested in the show and who lack access to a 3-D printer are invited to Potomac Photonics, in Lanham, Md., which has agreed to print works with the artist paying for the cost of materials. Interested artists may request a submission form by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.