2017-2018 Calls for Entries
"Drips and Splatters" due July 2017 - 42”x; 30-36” portrait orientation
"Naturally Occurring: due November 2017 - Non Juried. 36” x 24” landscape orientation
Houston Entry “HEAT” due January 2018 - 36 x 48 Portrait orientation
Expanded "Wings" entries due July 2017 - 18 x 24”, Portrait orientation
2016 Member Challenge - Crossings - DUE JULY 9
Why did the chicken cross the road? ...members have the chance to answer that question with the July 2016 Challenge.
The theme is "crossings". You have flexibility with the size: 36 to 40 inches on any side.
This is a juried challenge and with lots of new members, the challenge will be excitiing.
2016 Member Non-Juried Challenge
- WINGS -
DUE NOVEMBER 12
A flight of fancy, the iridescence of a hummingbird's wing, an angel or fairy....a song...
Size is 18 x 24 inches, portrait orientation
2015 Member Challenges
The juried challenge - Due in July 2015.
Theme: Urban Graffiti
A juror will pick from all submissions and develop a cohesive show to travel to various venues across the US for at least a year
All members are encourage to submit.
Size: 36 wide x 24 inches high, Landscape format.
Non-Juried Challenge - Due November 2015.
All members submissions will be put on display.
The exhibits may travel with quilt shows or be displayed locally.
Size: 18" wide x 48" high, portrait format.
Let your imagination run wild.
2014 Challenges: Shadows and Appearances
INSTRUCTIONS FOR MEMBER ENTRIES
Please use Artist Entry Form located under Info Center of the Home Page.
PayPal available to pay entry fee. Go to "home page", Support Us, Donate, and use the drop down menu to select Catetory
In the Memo Box: type in Entry Fee and amount paid via Paypal, or bring check to meeting..
Be sure to attach hanging sleeve and label with "title", your name and address, telephone and/or email address
Sign and date the FRONT of your art work. Optional.
Artist's statements should reflect how the THEME inspired your creation.
Techniques and Materials should reflect unique ideas, materials, processes that gives your artwork its character.