All artists must read and acknowledge the Rules and Conditions of Entry before submitting work.


  1. The ING Discerning Eye Exhibition is open to artists born or resident in the UK only.
  2. All works must be for sale.
  3. All works must be within the maximum size limit of 20 inches (50cm) including frame.
  4. All works must be an original creation by the artist; prints (including prints from i-pad drawings), photographs, and sculptures are acceptable.
  5. All entries must be entered online in the form of digital images and must be accompanied by the following information: Title, Medium, Year, Dimensions and Price.


Please make sure that all images are a maximum of 1MB. JPEG, TIFF and PNG files are all acceptable.


The utmost care will be taken of all exhibited work, however the ING Discerning Eye shall have no liability for any loss or damage caused to work during the exhibition, whether such damage is caused by the organisers, their team of staff or otherwise.

The Discerning Eye makes no provision for individual insurance of works and all artists submitting work for exhibition are strongly advised to make their own arrangements in this regard.


All works on paper must be securely framed. Frames should be strong enough to accept a small screw or nail in the back for hanging purposes. Fixings are not required, if selected for exhibition mirror plates will be supplied and used by the organisers. There should be no projections of any kind whatsoever from the back of the frames to avoid damage to other works. Metal frames and glazed works with unprotected glass edges are all inadmissible. Frames and mounts of unusual colour, size or design may prejudice the selectors’ judgement.


All unsold works must be collected from the Federation of British Artists, 17 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5BD on either Wednesday 23 November or Thursday 24 November between 9am and 5pm. If you sent your work via a regional collection point and wish to have them collect your work for you, please contact the courier directly.

Works that remain uncollected will be removed from the Mall Galleries and taken into storage and will be liable for storage charges. Collection of these stored works will the be available by appointment and charges will be £12 per work. Following these dates, collection will then be by appointment only and charges of £20 per work/per week will apply. The storage and collection address is: Chelsea Self Storage, Blantyre Street, London, SW10 0EQ.

PLEASE NOTE: Works not collected by 1 January 2023 will be disposed of. For further details, please contact Art Moves of Chelsea directly, 020 7352 7492 or


The artist accepts and agrees that all works in the exhibition may be photographed and/or reproduced for: the catalogue, press, publicity, promotion and advertising of The Discerning Eye and/or its activities and/or its exhibitions (including its online version of the catalogue) in all territories in perpetuity.

Copyright of all works remains the property of the artist. Any enquiries for copyright will be referred to the artist.


The ING Discerning Eye and their project managers hold personal data provided by entrants for the exhibition each year. This information will be used solely in conjunction with your entry for the Discerning Eye. Data pertaining to those whose work is not selected will be held for up to 12 months after which this information will be destroyed. In registering, artists agree that if selected for the Discerning Eye they may be added to the mailing lists of Discerning Eye and Parker Harris, from which is it possible to unsubscribe at any time.


ALL WORKS MUST BE FOR SALE. A commission of 40% + VAT shall be charged by The Discerning Eye on the price paid for work or work commissioned at the exhibition or as a result of introductions arranged by The Discerning Eye.

The Discerning Eye is a non-profit making organisation and any monies received go towards the next exhibition. Any sales effected by The Discerning Eye will have priority over a sale effected by the artist. Artists should include this commission of 40% + VAT in the price of the work described in the Entry Schedule. If registered for VAT it is the artists responsibility to declare and include this sum at the standard rate at the same price.

The price entered on the Schedule will be the catalogue selling price so please enter the figures carefully and accurately.

Online Sales

All works in the ING Discerning Eye Exhibition will be included in The Discerning Eye’s online version of the catalogue. Work not sold at the exhibition will remain for sale on the website until 1 January 2023.


Artists will be notified of the results of their entry by email. The results will be emailed to you by Friday 30 September 2022. The selectors’ decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.




The Discerning Eye reserves the right to deny admission, or withdraw a work from the exhibition if work is likely to breach the Racial and Religious Hatred Act, 2006 or if the work contains offensive material. The decision of what constitutes offensive material is at the discretion of the Discerning Eye.

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