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2014 July 11

Learn more from the Arc Gallery!the
the better

I usually like to get food as close to the source or source process as possible.  But, I cannot bring myself to love Mexican chocolate.  Most of the world uses a conche for varying lengths of time to incorporate cocoa butter within chocolate.  The longer the processing, the smoother the chocolate.  But Mexican chocolate is still often stone-ground which produces a gritty texture.  I am addicted to dark chocolate, but I want it smoooooth.  This next Call offers the opportunity for you to be dark and either smooth or gritty.  To each their own…

Check out of this Call for Entries from the Arc Studios & Gallery (San Francisco, CA) for Dark. Everyone needs to explore their dark side.  Here’s your chance…

*Editor’s Note: If you have read the personal portion of this post, CALL for ENTRIES: Dark, anywhere other than by email subscription or on, it has been published without permission and is considered theft.

Learn more from the Arc Gallery!CALL for ENTRIES:

What is dark, what was hidden,
what needs to be revealed?

ELIGIBILITY: Open to all US artists

MEDIA:  Sculpture, painting, drawing, photo, printmaking, ceramics, mixed media, assemblage, collage, fiber art & artist books.

DEADLINE:  September 4th, 2014

ENTRY FEE:  $35 for up to 3

JUROR:  Nancy Toomey graduated from NYU & did graduate work at UCLA.  She is the owner of Toomey Tourell Gallery. Though based in San Francisco, Toomey Tourell represents artists from around.  Through its exhibitions, the gallery encourages the development of artists, and fosters the myriad techniques and concepts that identify the contemporary art market.

AWARDS:   Juror’s ribbon & certificate goes to 3 works that most express the “Dark” theme.

SALES:  Arc Gallery receives 40% commission.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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One Response
  1. November 6, 2014

    Congratulations to one of our 2013 Featured Artists, Sima Schloss, for having her pieces included in this exhibit. Here’s a link to the show:

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