CALL for ENTRIES: 57th Juried
Growth requires change. My growth as a cook has required additional pantry space. The staple items upon which I rely to create meals have simply increased in number, and I had to adapt. This next Call is the perfect example of a show that adapted as it grew. Take a look…
Check out this Call for Entries from the Stockton Art League and The Haggin Museum (Stockton, CA) for their 57th Juried Exhibition. The entry fee is reasonable, and I am happy to see a show that has grown from regional to national. Maybe international is around the corner. Investigate…
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CALL for ENTRIES:
57th Juried Exhibition
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists residing in the United States
MEDIA: Acrylic, Ceramics, Crafts, Drawing, Fiber, Glass, Metalsmithing, Mixed Media, Oil, Painting, Pastel, Printmaking, Sculpture, Watercolor and other media. No Photography or Computer Art.
DEADLINE: May 9, 2012
NOTIFICATION: May 29, 2012
ENTRY FEE: $30 for 1-2 entries, $60 for 3-5 entries.
JUROR: For over 30 years, Craig Nelson has been depicting figures landscapes and various environments in rich vibrant oils. His passion for the subjects relates directly to his brush work, weaving mood and emotion into each work of art.
After graduating from Art Center College of Design with distinction, Craig began his career working in Los Angeles for recording companies and motion picture studios, creating portraits and other subjects with strict deadlines. Craig’s countless movie posters include “The Cowboys”, “Slapshot”, and “Homeward Bound” among many others. His album cover credits include, “Sammy Davis Jr. Live”, “Rick Nelson, Country” and “Natalie Cole, Thankful” along with many more.
In 1974 Craig began teaching at Art Center College of Design and for the past 13 years has been sharing his knowledge at the Academy of Art College in San Francisco where he is Director of Fine Art, Drawing and Painting.
Craig teaches two to three workshops a year which have gained in popularity attracting students from all over the United States. His annual January workshop held at Asilomar in Pacific Grove, California is in its 24th year.
AWARDS: Over $5,000 in total cash awards
SALES: The Stockton Art league will take a commission of 30%
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