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CALL for ENTRIES: Chroma

2014 October 24

Learn more from Gallery 263!better & brighter
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I spent the majority of my life hating beets, but I was so very wrong.  They are my favorite color on the planet; that should have been my first hint.  The beautiful shade of purplish-red found in sugar beets was the first clue that they held an earthly luscious quality not to be missed.  Roasted or pickled, warmed or chilled, I can’t get enough of them now.  This next Call wants to know all you love about hue and saturation.  Let them see your best…

Check out this Call for Entries from Gallery 263 (Cambridge, MA) for the Chroma Exhibit.  The entry fee is only $25, and the space is beautiful.  Take a look…

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Learn more from Gallery 263!CALL for ENTRIES:
Chroma

 

A national juried exhibition of work on hue, saturation and value. Apply to Chroma at Gallery 263 with your most glowing, blushing, luscious artwork in any medium.

ELIGIBILITY:
Open to all artists in the US

MEDIA: 
All media will be considered

DEADLINE:  December 7, 2014

NOTIFICATION:  December 15, 2014

ENTRY FEE:  $25 for up to 3, $40 for 4-6.

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JUROR:  Lynda Schlosberg is a Boston-based abstract artist who creates intricate and process-oriented paintings that are constructed using a series of interwoven layers of meticulous repeating patterns of dots, dashes, and grids using highly saturated, vibrant and illusory colors. It is through her skillful utilization of color theory and pattern that she constructs spatial illusions that expand and recede simultaneously, when viewed, fully exercise the mind and the eye.

Schlosberg received her MFA from the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University, and her BFA from Ohio University College of Art. She is represented by Susan Maasch Fine Art in Portland, ME and by Kingston Gallery in Boston. She has recently partnered with the non-profit Art in Giving. She maintains a studio in Waltham, MA.

SALES:   All proceeds from art sales go to the artist. Gallery 263 acts as the liaison between the artist and any parties interested in purchasing artwork.  However, they do suggest a 30% donation to the gallery from any sales made.

For complete details, Download the Prospectus!

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