Growth has a variety of meanings. Plants see a cycle of growth, children grow up, and people change. What does growth mean to you?

Mark Rengers Gallery, a leading provider of fine art in the artistic village of Sewickley, invites visual artists to apply to a landmark exhibition at the First National Bank Art Access Center, a new annex of Mark Rengers Gallery that will make art more accessible to the public. We are looking for 3-5 artists to take part in the exhibition Growth. Our goal with this exhibition is to bring new faces, ideas, and energy to our locale. This exhibition is a great opportunity to put your art in front of art collectors, curators, and Interior Designers.

Roots: New Growth

September 2 - October 29, 2022

An artist's artistic, geographic, and cultural roots play significant roles in their artistic process and statement. New Growth hopes to follow years of turbulence with a focus on positive life changes, unexpected new opportunities, and the journey we all take as artists. The exhibit will highlight original fine art inspired by an artist's perspective of their "roots" and artistic journey. Interpretations of the theme may be broad and entries are not limited to representational works. This exhibit features awards.

In Spring Online Exhibition

We are now accepting submissions for our online exhibition In Spring: Celebrating Women in Art, which will take place in March.

In Spring explores women in their entirety, in their own words. This online exhibit is centered on the themes of growth, change, and identity, and will showcase the work of female creators and artists only. We look forward to reviewing your submissions. Please adhere to the submission criteria below for consideration:

- Open to all female artists 18 years and older
- Artwork can be of any medium but must be submitted in a digital format (ex: JPG, PNG, MP4, etc.)
- Size limit per entry: 10 MB

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