Call for Art “Her Voice” 2020

SAVE THE DATE “Her Voice” 4th Annual Art Exhibition August 26 – October 17, 2020

“Her Voice” is an exhibition of women printmakers and
guest artists. The event brings women from different art
backgrounds together to interact in a shared studio space.

Who is Eligible: All artists who identify as female.
Work must be 2-dimensional. (i.e. painting, drawing,
collage, printing, fibers that can hang on a wall, etc)
Juried Show: Fees are only collected from those
selected to exhibit.
Jurors: Gabriella Boros
Opening Reception: Friday, June 19th, 6:30-9:30 pm
Prizes will be awarded.
Closing reception and discussion: Saturday, July, 25th, 2-5 pm

See “Her Voice” 2019

“Her Voice” 2019 Gallery


Work must be submitted via email by May 15th!

  • Images must be JPEG or PDF format ONLY
  • Include brief description about your piece(s) and include, title, size, media
  • 2D work ONLY, maximum size 22” x 30”
  • Unframed work (ONLY exception is the art is dropped off and picked up by the
  • Email your images by May 15th to:

Hanging Fee if selected: $35 Non-members / $30 E.G. members (covers 1-2 pieces)
Hanging Date: May 29
Sales: Non-members retain 50% of sales / E.G. members retain 60% of sale.

About Gabriella Boros 847.858.4456

Gabriella Boros has shown her prints, paintings and multimedia works nationally and internationally. Currently focusing on woodblock prints, Gabriella also paints, draws and sculpts. Born in Israel, Gabriella immigrated to the US as a child. She has a BFA from the University of Michigan School of Art.

In 2020, Gabriella was commissioned to do an artist residency at the Bernheim Arboretum in Kentucky, since cancelled due to the Covid Pandemic. She showed her Judaic work at the Rissman Gallery of North Suburban Temple Beth El, and hopefully will take part in the Print Biennale at Douro,Portugal. In 2019, she had solo shows at Galleri Allergi in Stockholm and at Northwestern University’s Dittmar Gallery. In 2018, Gabriella was chosen for a residency at Grand Marais Artist Colony in Minnesota and received an Illinois Arts Council Grant. Her work can be found at