← View All Articles

Charlotte Fine Art Gallery seeking artists for fourth Annual Juried Exhibition

[caption id="attachment_22323" align="alignright" width="250"]Sandy Siepert Spanish Roots 2 Sandy Siepert, Spanish Roots 2[/caption] Charlotte Fine Art Gallery's fourth Annual Juried Exhibition is open to all artists 18 years of age and older living in the Southeastern United States: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, and Virginia. Each artist may enter up to three works. The 2015 theme is "Wildlife: The Beauty, the Beast." The exhibition runs Nov. 4 - 24 with an awards reception Nov. 7. This year's Juror is Jayne Johnson.  Johnson  is a Professor of Art at Queens University of Charlotte and has taught painting, drawing and printmaking for the past 26 years. Her work has been exhibited regionally and nationally. She earned her BFA in printmaking from Baylor University and her MFA in printmaking and drawing from James Madison University. The winner of the Juried Show will receive a month long featured exhibit in 2016 at Charlotte Fine Art Gallery. Full submission details are available on the Charlotte Fine Art Gallery's website. Standard registration ends September 19. Via: Charlotte Fine Art Gallery  

Charlotte Fine Art Gallery invites submissions for juried exhibition

Deadline is August 23. Charlotte Fine Art Gallery invites artists 18 years and older living in North and South Carolina to enter their best work into its Third Annual Juried Exhibition, "Mountain Views to Coastal Waters." Registration runs through August 23. The standard entry fee is $25 per piece, for up to three pieces. The exhibit will be on display October 1-31, 2014, with the opening awards reception on Friday, October 10. Best of Show will be awarded a featured exhibit in 2015 at the gallery. The judge for this year's show is South Carolina watercolor artist Anne Hightower-Patterson. Visit the Charlotte Fine Art Gallery website for complete guidelines. Image: Sally Donavan, Karen's View, 2013 Best of Show. Via: Charlotte Fine Art Gallery

Charlotte Fine Art Gallery seeking works for annual exhibition

The Charlotte Fine Art Gallery is looking for works with "energy" for its 2013 juried exhibition, Urban Rhythm/City Lights. Artists 18 years and older living in South Carolina or North Carolina are eligible to submit work for consideration. Artwork should reflect the artist’s interpretation of an urban scene -- city lights, weekend crowds, music, the energy within the city, etc. All two-and three-dimensional artwork must be original in content, design and execution. All mediums accepted. Students may not enter work if they were assisted in any way in arrangement or execution. Work previously shown in CFA exhibits is not eligible. Only work created within the last four years will be accepted. Work will be accepted at the discretion of the judge. Registration is September 11 - 21. The exhibition runs Nov. 1 - 29. Visit the Charlotte Fine Art Gallery website for complete guidelines. Via: Charlotte Fine Art Gallery