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CALL for ENTRIES: Edges & Curves

2012 April 2

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My taste buds are aging well.  I can still tell the difference between Parmesan, Romano and Asiago cheeses–even in bad grocery-store-powdered form.  And, I have fallen newly in love with beets.  My art is getting better too.  Who knew?  Well, the Haggus Society knew; that’s who.  This next Call want to prove that we all get better with age.  This is a great opportunity!

Check out this Call for Entries from The Haggus Society for the 2nd Annual Edges & Curves, Nothing In Between exhibit which will be held Upstairs at The Market Gallery (Los Angeles, CA)To ensure full disclosure, I want to make sure you know I am a Hag member, in good standing.  Take a look…

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Edges & Curves,
Nothing in Between


Last year, 2011, the Haggus Society presented the 1st annual Edges & Curves, Nothing In Between exhibition which successfully challenged the myth that older artists have little to no edge.

This year’s theme “Close Your Eyes” will explore wedge issues presented in the public discourse via all channels of media consumption.

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to any artist 40 years and older

Read the Full Call from The Haggus Society!MEDIA:  2D (no larger than 32″ x 44 inches), small 3D (no larger than 14″ x 10″ x 8″inches).  They are considering opening up the exhibition to performance, music, spoken word/poetry. So, feel free to send those media as submissions, too.

DEADLINE:  July 4, 2012

ENTRY FEE:  $12.50 for up to 6 images for non-members.  Submission fees are waived for Haggus Society members in good standing.

JUROR:  Natalie Abrams’ work examines suspending moments in time; the physical and textural experience of those moments, the delicate beauty of our surroundings and the difficulty of preserving the present.  An environmentalist, Abrams’ abstract landscapes were first exhibited at the R&F Gallery in the three person show “Not Seeing the Forest”.

Learn more about Fractured Atlas!Using a technique as fluid and unpredictable as nature itself, led to the development of her highly sculptural ribbon paintings; pieces which blur the line between painting and sculpture. The ribbon works have been exhibited in national exhibitions including the Third Annual Encaustic Invitational, as a highlighted artist at Ball State University with Encaustic Works 07, as well as the 2010 book “Encaustic & Beyond”.

Abrams’ latest work further explores humanity’s relationship to our surroundings in the form of sculptural landscapes and topography, and the mirrored societal relationships therein. Development of this work into freestanding installation works will be the focus of her upcoming Affiliate Artist Residency with the McColl Center.

SALES:  The Haggus Society receives a 40% commission from all art sold. Please include this in your pricing. If a work is not for sale please indicate with NFS.

*The Haggus Society is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization.  Contributions for the purposes of The Haggus Society must be made payable to Fractured Atlas and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

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