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42nd International Exhibition

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The San Diego Watercolor Society announces its Call for Entries for the 42nd International Exhibition to be held in San Diego during October, 2022.  The exhibition is open to all water-based media artists. On-line entries only. Juror is award-winning artist Linda Daly Baker, AWS, TWSA.  The deadline for entries is May 8, 2022.  $19,000 in cash and merchandise awards anticipated.  For more information and to view the prospectus visit https://www.sdws.org.  For questions contact ishowinformation@sdws.org. All accepted paintings must be shipped or hand delivered to the SDWS Gallery and will be for sale, both in the Gallery and online, increasing your exposure!

Prize summary: 
$19,000 in cash and merchandise anticipated
Deadline: 
08/May/2022

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Members:$35 for one, $10 for each additional. Non-members:$45 for one, $10 for each additional
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5th PROUD+ [LGBTQ+ Artists]

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PROUD+ is the fifth national exhibition of LGBTQIA+ visual arts running from June 4 - July 30, 2022 at The Studio Door(San Diego, CA).  Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual and other related community artists (LGBTQIA+) are encouraged to present contemporary works that celebrate the unique sense of pride that this diverse community has.  The Studio Door is seeking artwork that expresses authentic, diverse viewpoints from the LGBTQIA+ experience.  Show us what your Pride looks like. 

For the first time, the exhibit will be held for two months concurrent with nationally recognized Pride (June) and San Diego Pride (July).

Exhibition Dates: June 4 - July 30, 2022

Juror: Alyssa Nitchun, Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art Executive Director

Prize summary: 
$300.00
Prizes Details: 

A Juror's Award certificate and a check for $100 will be presented to three works that express the most imaginative interpretation of the theme.

Deadline: 
01/May/2022

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Payment of $35 per initial entry and $5 for per additional media. Three works maximum.
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8th Annuuyal The Crow Show

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THE CROW SHOW 2022 is the eight annual, national exhibition of visual arts running from March 3 - 31, 2022 produced by The Studio Door. 

This exhibition continues to be our most popular visual arts exhibit bringing artists from across the nation to celebrate the Crow.  Having taken on mythological importance, Crows appear in all parts of the world.  In folklore, they may foreshadow tragedy or usher in good news.  The reality is a highly intelligent bird capable of social interactions.  In recent years, the crow has become a muse to many artists.  This annual exhibition seeks to represent the many faces of the Crow in reality and fantasy.  Show us what the Crow means to you  [Creative interpretations of all black birds, ravens and other Corvus species are acceptable].

Exhibition Dates: March 3 - 31, 2022

Juror: Wes Siegrist, Executive Director of Society of Animal Artists

Prize summary: 
$300.00
Prizes Details: 

A Juror's Award certificate and a check for $100 will be presented to three artists for artworks that express the most imaginative interpretation of the theme. 

Deadline: 
01/February/2022

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Payment of $35 per initial entry and $5 for per additional media. Three works max.
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Abstract Intuitions: Indoor/Outdoor Exhibition

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Abstract Intuitions: Works of Monique Santander and Madeline Sherry indoor/outdoor Art Exhibition 

 

Where: Art Scene West Gallery, 312 S. Cedros Ave., Solana Beach

 

When: Sept. 18 - 19 and Sept. 25 – 26 

 

Join us for an in-person Meet and Greet with the Artists:

Madeline Sherry, Sat., 9/18, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Monique Santander, Sat., 9/25, 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

 

Deadline: 
18/September/2021
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PROUD+ 2021

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PROUD+ is the fourth national edition of visual arts exhibition running from July 3 - 30, 2021 at The Studio Door (San Diego, CA).

LGBTQIA+ artists are encouraged to present contemporary works that celebrate the unique sense of pride that this diverse community has.  The Studio Door is seeking artwork that expresses authentic, diverse viewpoints from the LGBTQIA+ experience.  Show us what your Pride looks like.

Juror: Alexis Bard Johnson, PhD • Curator, ONE Archives at the USC Libraries

There are two opportunities to participate with this exhibit. The juror will select works that will be exhibited at The Studio Door gallery in San Diego. Additionally, the juror will select works that will be shown in the on-line gallery only. This allows for more works to be seen beyond the limitations of the main gallery.  You have the option to declare “in gallery”, “on-line gallery” or both during the application process.  All accepted works regardless of “in gallery” or “online gallery” are eligible for Best in Show.

Prize summary: 
3 Top Works: Juror's Certificate & $100 USD
Prizes Details: 

A Juror's Award certificate and a check for $100 will be presented to three works that express the most imaginative interpretation of the theme.

Deadline: 
31/May/2021

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Fee Detail: 
$35 USD per initial entry and $5 for per additional media
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The Crow Show 2021

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THE CROW SHOW 2021 is the seventh national annual exhibition of visual arts running from April 3 - 24, 2021 produced by The Studio Door. 

Lucky number seven.  This exhibition is our most popular visual arts exhibit bringing artists from across the nation to celebrate the Crow.  Having taken on mythological importance, Crows appear in all parts of the world.  In folklore, they may foreshadow tragedy or usher in good news.  The reality is a highly intelligent bird capable of social interactions.  In recent years, the crow has become a muse to many artists.  This annual exhibition seeks to represent the many faces of the Crow in reality and fantasy.  Show us what the Crow means to you  [Creative interpretations of all black birds, ravens and other Corvus species are acceptable].

JUROR - Andrew Utt, Executive Director of Lux Art Institute - Encinitas, California

Artwork Detail: Raven of Misty Mountain by Christina Schulz

Prize summary: 
Top Three: Juror's Award certificate / check for $100 USD
Prizes Details: 

A Juror's Award certificate and a check for $100 will be presented to three works that express the most imaginative interpretation of the theme.

Deadline: 
06/March/2021

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Fee Detail: 
$35 USD per initial entry and $5 USD for per additional media
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