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CALL for ENTRIES: The Colors of the Night

2017 June 7

Learn more about The Colors of the Night exhibit at Mills Pond Gallery from Smithtown Township Arts Council!

FEED ME at midnight

I cannot kick the late-night food fix.  The question, “want a bowl of cereal?” is uttered every evening in my household by someone.  We’ve tried to make the choices low sugar, high fiber & dairy free, but it is still a habit I wish I could kick.  This next Call calls for a night-themed habit that I’d love to adopt.  Do you have  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries from Smithtown Township Arts Council (St. James, NY) for The Colors of the Night.  This is a gorgeous venue and the juror is a collector with a clear perspective.  Check out this opp…

Learn more about The Colors of the Night exhibit at Mills Pond Gallery from Smithtown Township Arts Council!CALL for ENTRIES:
The Colors of the Night
from Smithtown

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to U.S. artists 18+

THEME:  This exhibition/competition will encompass ALL varieties of nocturnal art:  twilight/dusk, dawn, urban, interiors, landscapes, figures, etc.

MEDIA: All media considered except photography & computer generated art.

DEADLINE:  June 30, 2017

NOTIFICATION:  July 21, 2017

ENTRY FEE: $45 up to 3 entries.  $35 for STAC artist level members.

JUROR:  An art collector for over 25 years, Tim Newton has amassed a collection of some 300 works in an array of genres—still lifes, figures, landscapes, wildlife works and bronze sculptures. His collection shows great diversity which includes pieces by many prominent living master artists.  He is currently in his third term as Chairman of the Board of the Salmagundi Club, and he also serves on the Board of the Artists’ Fellowship, the Board of Trustees for the Stobart Foundation & the Board of Advisors for the Clark Hulings Foundation.

AWARDS:  $1,000 Best in Show, $500 2nd Place & $250 3rd Place

SALES:  STAC will receive a 30% commission on all work sold.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

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