CALL for ENTRIES: Oklahoma Centerfold
I have been trying to get in shape. It isn’t about losing weight; it is about building some strength in hopes of rebounding energy levels. I have a food bucket list, and I am out to tackle it. But in the meantime, I’m laying off the bread because it tends to make me sluggish. This next mid-western call is in the “nation’s breadbasket.” Sounds delicious…
Check out this Call for Entries for the 14th Biennial Oklahoma: Centerfold 2012 National Juried Art Show from the Leslie Powell Gallery (Lawton, OK). Don’t be fooled by the name; it doesn’t have to be about Oklahoma. Investigate…
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CALL for ENTRIES:
2012 National Juried Art Show
ELIGIBILITY: Artists, age 18+ residing in continental US
MEDIA: All original 2-D and 3-D media accepted. Photographs and artist prints must be numbered (editioned) to be considered for an award. No mechanical reproduction of originals (including giclee prints) accepted. All entries must be of original design and personal execution, and completed within the last two years. Installations will be considered only if the artist agrees to install the work on site.
THEME: The title of the show reflects the geographical fact that Oklahoma is located in the middle of the United States. (Open a road atlas of the United States & Oklahoma is on the Centerfold). The theme is open to the artist’s interpretation and is in no way restricted to portraying Oklahoma.
DEADLINE: August 29, 2012
NOTIFICATION: September 21, 2012
ENTRY FEE: 1 for $30, 2 for $35, or 3 for $40
JUROR: Kristy Deetz, professor in the Art Discipline at the University of Wisconsin—Green Bay, received her MFA in painting and drawing from Ohio State University.
Deetz has taught painting and drawing at a number of universities and art schools over the past 25 years and frequently gives encaustic painting workshops at art centers such as Anderson Ranch, OxBow, Haystack, and Penland. Her extensive exhibition record includes competitive, invitational and solo exhibitions throughout the United States.
AWARDS: Total of $6000 USD: 1st place $3000, 2nd place $1500, 3rd place $800, and 3 honorable mentions of $250 each.
SALES: All sales are between the artist and the buyer. The Leslie Powell Gallery does not take a commission on any sale. Works do not need to be for sale.