Windycon 41 Art Show
Art Show Hours
- 1:00 PM—4:00 PM (artist setup)
4:00 PM—9:00 PM (open to membership)
- 10:00 AM—6:30 PM (open to membership)
5:00PM—6:30 PM (Wine and cheese Reception, Docent Tour)
8:00 PM Art Auction (there will be limited pickup after the auction)
- 10:00 AM—2:00 PM (open for pickup, Print Shop, and After Auction sales)
Welcome again to the Windycon Art Show! As you have already figured out, our theme this year is Grimm Tales, so we look forward to lots of art inspired by Fables and Folklore!
If you have not displayed art at Windycon before, please take a moment to read through our detailed page on how to sell art
at Windycon 41. If you will be unable to make it yourself, you can still mail in your art.
Our staff will be happy to hang your art for you!
If you will be attending, think about demonstrating your art! We have tables at the front
of the Art Show specifically set aside for demonstrations. We enjoy learning how you make those wonderful pieces!
We have 2 Art Show Events this year. As always, we have our Art Auction on Saturday night. Make sure you set aside the time so you can defend your bid!
In addition, we have the Saturday Soiree. Wear your finest Garden Party Attire, socialize and rub elbows with the artists, while nibbling on wine and cheese.
Ice tea and cookies will be available for the younger art enthusiasts.
We look forward to seeing you and your art in the Windycon 41 Art show!
Art Show General Rules
- Cameras are not allowed in the Art Show.
- Food and beverage are not allowed in the Art Show.
- Only Windycon members will be allowed in the Art Show unless special
arrangements have been made with the Art Show director.
- Bags and packages WILL be checked at the door. NO
If there’s something that’s not covered in the above rules, we’ll talk it over and try to come up with a reasonable rule to cover the situation. And, yes, we really
will try to be reasonable.
Please remember that Windycon is a volunteer organization. Everyone here
is doing their level best to act in a courteous and professional manner—while
making you some money—because that’s the way we ought to do it. If
somebody’s doing a good job for you, thank them. It goes a long way. And if
they’re not doing a good job, let the Art Show director know—or, if she’s
the one you think has created the problem, let the Windycon Chairperson know.
Either or both can be contacted on the Contact Us
page on the web site. We want to know what the problems are and we want to