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CALL for ENTRIES: Big Bad Wax

2013 September 24

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I’ve been on a cheese kick lately.  But, I find myself specifically craving red-waxed cheddar. I know the artificially-colored wax coating isn’t supposed to influence flavor, but I love the texture of the cheddar found just under the surface of the wax.  AND, I like dipped cheeses better than brushed cheeses.  Something about those bright red rounds reminds me of the comfort of childhood before cholesterol and added pounds influenced my food choices.  This next Call wants your wax inspirations.  Check it out…

Check out this Call for Entries from Mount Dora Center for the Arts (Mount Dora, FL) for Big Bad Wax, a national juried encaustic exhibition.  These exhibits are harder to find, so be certain not to miss this opportunity…

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Traces of Motion by Juror Kim Bernard!CALL for ENTRIES:
Big Bad Wax

 

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists

MEDIA:  Two and three dimensional works will be accepted, as well as mixed media, provided that encaustic is one of the primary materials. There are no size restrictions for 2-D or 3-D work. Artists are invited and encouraged to consider the theme Big Bad Wax in the broadest sense, exploring size, bigness, boldness, badness and any interpretations that apply.

DEADLINE:  November 1, 2013

NOTIFICATION:  November 15, 2013

ENTRY FEES:  $25 for up to 3

http://mountdoracenterforthearts.org/big-bad-wax/JURORS:  Kim Bernard, nationally exhibited artist who has shown her work at the Art Complex Museum, Currier Museum and the Portland Museum of Art. She teaches encaustic intensives at the Maine College of Art, Plymouth State University and the Maine Coast Encaustic Workshop Retreat.

Susan Loden, award winning visual artist, curator and grant panelist. She is an art journalist and former director of the Lake Eustis Museum of Art.

AWARDS:  One artist, whose work is selected as Best in Show in the Big Bad Wax exhibit, will be offered a solo exhibit at The Mount Dora Center for the Arts in 2015, and an award of $500.  One runner up will receive an honorable mention and $200.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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