Submit your art for Christmas card selection process

Your work of art could be chosen as District of Lake Country’s 2014 Christmas card.

The Lake Country Pubic Art Commission is inviting Lake Country artists to submit works of art to be in a selection process for the 2014 district Christmas card.

Each year, Christmas cards are sent by the Lake Country mayor and staff to various other municipalities and correspondents. An artwork will be selected to be printed onto these Christmas cards.

Any type of painting can be used. The image can be of a subject of your choice, but if a landscape is used, it should be a Lake Country scene.

This project is open to Lake Country artists. An artist may submit more than one image.

Submit a digital version of your painting to the Public Art Commission by sending it to Sharon McCoubrey, Chairperson at You can also deliver photographs of the artwork to the Municipal Hall.

The chosen image will be purchased by the municipality to become part of its permanent collection. A maximum amount is designated for this acquisition.

Submit by  by 4 p.m. on Dec. 1.


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