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CALL for ENTRIES: an Alternative

2013 January 27

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My favorite place to eat dinner is, well, anywhere.  Anywhere where the cook is passionate and LOVES what they create.  Some of the best meals I’ve experienced have been in the most unlikely locations: tailgates, picnics, tiny studio apartments.  You get the idea.  This next Call comes from a Gallery Director who is passionately in love with what he does.  Read about the gallery, and it is obvious.  This is their first Call, and your ONLY opportunity be a part of their first.  Take a look…

Check out this FIRST Call for Entries from Brass & Bellows (Marine on St. Croix, MN) for an Alternative, an alternative process photography show.  The entry fee is standard, but the commission is only 20%.  Don’t miss this opportunity to be one of first to show at Brass & Bellows…

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Learn more about the an Alternative show from Brass and Bellows!CALL for ENTRIES: an Alternative


Open to all artists

Alternative process photography

February 24, 2013

10 days after deadline

ENTRY FEE:  $30 for up to 5, $10ea. add’l

JUROR:  Cy DeCosse graduated from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 1952.  In 1954 he won a Fulbright scholarship to Italy to study graphic arts. It was while studying with Renzo Maggini at the Instituto d‘Arte, Firenze, that DeCosse received his only formal photographic training.

Florentine Lady by Juror Cy DeCosse!Upon returning to Minnesota, DeCosse resumed his career in advertising, becoming an art director and later a Vice President of Campbell-Mithun Advertising.

DeCosse has shown his exquisite alternative process prints around the world for decades, and has been represented in galleries including The Weinstein Gallery, Verve Gallery, Iris, and the John Stevenson Gallery, among others.

Working closely with his printer Keith Taylor, Cy DeCosse uses alternative processes to his full advantage, gaining a subtlety and richness of image that simply would not be achievable through more modern methods.

AWARDS:  The juror will select up to 45 images to be included in the show.

SALES:  Brass & Bellows will retain 20% commission.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

Read the Full Call from Brass and Bellows!

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