September 6 to November 1, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, September 13 | 5:30pm to 7:00pm
The Horizon: Contemporary Landscape exhibit is celebrating its 10th year of challenging the conventions of landscape art. The juror will be asked to select work (both two and three dimensional) that reflects and expresses the theme of Contemporary Landscape while demonstrating creativity, strength of execution, and overall artistic excellence with the goal of selecting a well-rounded exhibit that showcases a broad range of artistic styles and interpretation.
All artists using visual media are eligible to enter the Horizon exhibition. All media will be considered with the exception of live or performance art. All work must have been completed since January of 2015 and not previously shown in any other Community Arts Center exhibitions.
A non-refundable entry fee of $25 for 1 to 3 entries and $35 for 4 to 6 entries allows the artist to enter up to six art works. The fee must be submitted with the completed registration form. The entry fee does not cover the costs of shipping, which are the responsibility of the artist.
ALL WORK MUST BE FOR SALE. The Community Arts Center retains a 30% commission on the sale price of all works sold in the gallery. The sale price is the price listed on the registration form. Artists will be notified if/when art is sold and must complete and return a W9 form in order to be paid for the sale.
1st Place: $500
2nd Place: $250
3rd Place: $100
About the Juror:
Daniel Graham was raised in a military family and moved every two years for most of his life. He comes from a family of storytellers who love investigation and creativity. Introduced and encouraged into creative outlets at an early age Daniel has never forgotten the lessons of craft from his mother (a basket maker and calligrapher) and the lessons of engineering and risk from his father.
His training in the Arts comes from an Undergraduate Degree at the University of Florida in Printmaking and a Master’s Degree from the University of Georgia with the same emphasis. Between the two programs of formal education Daniel lived in downtown Washington DC and trained as a furniture maker under woodworker Dennis Sitka. Currently Daniel is a Professor of Art at Georgetown College in Georgetown Kentucky where he teaches a variety of courses including Sculpture, Printmaking, 3D Design, Metal Casting, Book Arts, and Furniture making. He lives in Georgetown with his wife Holly, his daughter Olive, his son Thatcher, and their dogs Clover and Cricket.
August 1: Online/postmark entry deadline
August 15: Notifications emailed
August 31: Delivery of accepted works, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
September 13: Opening reception 5:30-7:00 p.m.
November 2: Pick up hand-delivered works, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.