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CALL for ENTRIES: Junk Metal Sculpture

2010 December 1

Learn more about the Junk Metal Sculpture exhibit at the Shaviq Gallery!

THE FIRST CUT

There is nothing like the beginning.  My first class at Johnson & Wales was knife skills.  I will never dice a vegetable again…only brunoise.  I will never again cut matchstick size vegetables –only allumette.   This next call is from a burgeoning gallery and may give a few of you your first shot at metal sculpture.  For others, you might discover the beginning of a career in junk art.  Seize your beginning…

Check out this Call for Entries from the Shaviq Gallery (Rapid City, SD) for Junk Metal Sculpture.  The entry fee is cheap, the commission is unusually low, and the show length is long.  You can’t ask for better circumstances for art sales.  Take a look…

Learn more from the Shaviq Gallery!CALL for ENTRIES:
Junk Metal Sculpture
from Shaviq Gallery

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all U.S. artists

MEDIA: Junk metal sculpture 

DEADLINE:  December 22, 2010

NOTIFICATION:  December 29, 2010

ENTRY FEE:   $25 for up to 6 ($6 ea. add’l)

JURORS:  John Lopez, Metal Sculpture Artist.  Sculptor John Lopez was born and raised in Western SD.  His western & rodeo theme bronzes have been well received & have sold all over the country from CA to NY.  For the past 10 years, John has been working on The City of Presidents project in Rapid City SD, creating bronze sculptures of the presidents. In the midst of a successful career in bronze sculpting, Lopez discovered scrap iron sculpting. See Blonde pictured above right.

James Van Nuys, a realist painter & sculptor, is one of the finest interpreters of the SD landscape.  Van Nuys was born in Whittier, CA and has lived intermittently in Rapid City,SD most of his life. He attended Wilmington College, graduating with a double major in art & music. Shawn Wilson, owner of the new Shaviq Gallery, designs beautifully unique jewelry consisting of natural stone, repurposed wire, bright colors of glass, broken jewelry, old buttons, dead watches, even tea bag tags.

SALES: The gallery will retain 35% commission

For all the details, visit the full Call for Entries!

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2 Responses
  1. April 5, 2011

    Please put me on your mailing list if you do another junk sculpting show. Am getting into it hot and heavy. Thanks, Leslie! Zjhunk Metal Art.com (coming soon)

  2. April 5, 2011

    Leslie, we do every kind of show imaginable. You should subscribe by email or to the rss feed! –R.L. Gibson, Editor

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