An onging Exhibition of eco-friendly Art

Green Art Show Artists create art using earth-friendly material. They use soy-based inks, refrain form using harmful chemicals or simply reuse their materials in collage. All Green Art Show art is for sale and no price is higher than $250 USD.

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

On hold for now

Currently the next green art show is in limbo land,...

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Art-changing time...

It's almost time to change the existing exhibit and hang new art. Interested? Read below for the details.

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Do you have eco-friendly art?

Do you reuse materials in collage techniques?
Do you use soy based inks?
Do you paint in themes revolving around nature and our green earth?
Then you might qualify to exhibit in our next green art show. Read details below this post!
But hurry! Not much time!
We'd like to hang the next show in early August, 2010

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Call for Art-Green Art Show #2

The next (2nd) Green Art Show is coming very soon....

If you are an artist who makes art which can be considered eco-friendly, you have an opportunity to show your work at the new Save Some Green store at 2005 Chestnut St in Philly.
Due to some unforeseen events/changes, there is still time to apply for the June 6th hanging!

Quick Facts:
Original artwork must be for sale at no more than $250
Ideally work should be no larger than 24"
All mediums will be considered at this time except photographic prints.
Art does not have to be framed but must be ready to hang.
Three-dimensional art will be considered.
Artists will retain 70% of all sales. (A portion of sales will be donated to earth-friendly charities.)
There is no fee to enter, but you are being asked to send in 3 things.

1-A brief explanation of why your art is "green" (eco-friendly)
2-2 or 3 jpg images (can be low resolution 72dpi images)
3-an active email address and a phone number where you can be reached.

If you like you can also add an approximate size and quantity of the available artwork

If interested, Contact Jeanne Guerin-Daley by clicking here:

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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

New Update

Update to come very soon on the next Green Art Show...
Stay tuned...

Thursday, March 4, 2010

1st Green Art Show at Save Some Green, 2005 Chestnut St


The very first Green Art Show is hung! 

There will be a Grand Opening/Party at the Save some Green store on March 14th from noon till 5pm. All are invited!

Pictured here is some of the artwork which hangs on the East Wall of the store: art by Linda Dubin Garfield, Deena Ball, and Barbara Glickman. Not pictured, but included in the show is artwork by me, Ardyth Sobyak, and Annette Le Maire.

The art show will run until mid-May, 2010. Nothing over $250!
The store is located at 2005 Chestnut Street in Philadelphia, PA
Website for the store is

A percentage of art sales go toward earth-friendly charities.

ATTENTION ARTISTS: Future shows will feature fewer artists, probably two at a time. We have one lined up for May right now. I will send out another call for artists for future shows, in a month or so.

Saturday, February 6, 2010

Artists: Show Us Your Green!

Calling all area artists: 
Show your "GREEN" !!!
(No, it's not Saint Patrick's Day yet!)

Details are still being worked out, but here's the deal so far:

We are looking for artists who want to show and sell their work. Artwork must be connected in some way to being "green". (Using acid-free materials, renewable sources like using soy-based inks, reusing items,...)
Artwork (outside) dimensions must measure no more than 24" in any direction.
Art can be framed or unframed (preferably w/ gallery-wrapped canvas).
Works on paper may be unframed, but must be matted, preferably with a backing board, so it can be slipped into a plastic sheet protector to help facilitate the displaying of the art.

Three-dimensional work such as pottery, will be considered as long as it leans more toward the fine art, non-utilitarian type of art rather than useful craft items, such as a clay bowl or vase.

Exhibits will change every 2 months, starting with the 15th of the month and ending a few days before the next cycle. (We're running a little bit behind schedule for the first (February 15) show, which we'd like to get up ASAP!)

Each exhibit will feature 2-3 artists each cycle*. Depending on artwork size, each artist may show up to 8 pieces [this number may change].
*For the very first exhibit, (Feb to mid April) we'd like to have as many artists as possible to show, so the number of pieces allowed will be limited to 3.

Location: "Save Some Green" is the name of a new store at 2005 Chestnut in Philadelphia. A "soft" opening is planned for mid-February, with a grand opening in March 2010.

There is no cost to artists. Artists will be responsible for artwork delivery and pick up at specified date/times. There will be no labels so artists must also deliver a price list including their name, the works' title, medium, and price. Asking price of art must be no more than $250 USD. Artist will receive 70% of the sale price when a piece is sold. A portion of the sales will go toward an eco-friendly organization.

Are you interested?

CLICK HERE to send an email expressing your interest in this exhibition opportunity.  We are asking that you send us either 2-3 jpgs of your work, or a link to your website BY FEB 22, 2010, so that your art can be viewed prior to being chosen to exhibit. (ALSO, PLEASE INDICATE WHY YOUR ART QUALIFIES AS "GREEN ART")

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More details will be forthcoming as things develop.

Please note that the above deadline is only for the first of many exhibitions. to be considered for future exhibitions, there is no deadline. Artists will be added to the list on an ongoing basis!