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CALL for ENTRIES: Pure Abstraction 2

2016 February 26

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I believe the concept of “edible” is abstract, not just subjective.  Technically, anything that doesn’t kill you is edible.  Well, really, you can still eat things that WILL kill you.  So, I suppose if you are physically able to consume something, it is edible.  So, maybe the notion of “eatability” is the abstract one.  Why would someone pay a fortune to eat a fertilized duck egg?  Because they are yummy? Doubtful.  But, the precedent for eating eggs and eating ducks has been set, so I understand why it would occur to someone to try.  But coconut?  Green or furry, how did someone look at a coconut and say, “let’s eat one”?  Abstract.  This next Call is also purely abstract.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from for Pure Abstraction 2.  $20 Entry and great marketing awards.  Is this one right for you?

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Pure Abstraction 2


“What goes on in abstract art is the proclaiming of aesthetic principles… It is in our own time that we have become aware of pure aesthetic considerations.  Art never can be imitation.”  — Hans Hofmann

ELIGIBILITY: All artists age 18+

MEDIA: Open to any still medium: painting, collage, photography, drawing, digital art, sculpture, fiber art, etc.

THEME: The work should be purely abstract with little to no depiction of the real world. This work must rely on color, form and line to create an abstract work of art with little or no reference to the external world.

DEADLINE:  March 7, 2016

NOTIFICATION: March 16, 2016

ENTRY FEE: $20 for 1, $35 for 3 and $60 for 7

AWARDS: Up to 15 artists will be selected for a group exhibit, “Pure Abstraction 2” at G25N’s online gallery, the exhibit and artists will be extensively marketed.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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