Landscape Exhibition


OPAL is looking for artwork that depicts the artist's interpretation, relationship, or experience with the landscape theme. All mediums will be accepted (drawing, painting, mixed media, digital/new media, printmaking, photography, ceramics, fiber, sculpture, etc).

This show welcomes diverse visions of the world outdoors. Here are a few ways to interpret what landscape art can be:

● Re-imagine everyday environments as new frontiers.

● Pay homage to pastoral scenes rich in heritage, or depict urban jungles thrumming with activity.

● Reveal the nostalgia of fading rural relics and uncover beauty in overlooked metro corners.

● Compare and contrast urban and natural environments.

The Forgotten

The Forgotten, people, places and belongings that once mattered, now unremembered, out of mind, left behind.
Items once significant to someone, personal items, buildings, object, person, a place that once had the importance to another, the possibilities are all around us.

Our juror for Forgotten is Paula Tognarelli. Paula Tognarelli recently retired as the Executive Director of the Griffin Museum of Photography for 20 years, producing on average 54 exhibitions a year at the museum. She frequently reviewed at national and local portfolio events and jumpstarted hundreds of photographers’ careers.

A Taste for Art

About this exhibit:

This international juried art exhibition is open to all media. Entries must have a food, restaurant, or agricultural theme.



September 23 at 11:59pm

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October 7, 2023



October 27 & 28

by appointment



October 31- December 2, 2023



November 11, 2023



Notifications will be sent prior to the closing of this exhibit.



Sacramento Art Cookbook

This year Sacramento Fine Arts Center (Sac Arts) celebrates food and art in two ways. We have a food-themed juried art show this November. Information for that show is available now. We’ve also received a grant to do something unique and creative; an art cookbook. This community art cookbook will be self-published by Sac Arts with assistance from the Sacramento County TOT Grant program. This cookbook will be made up of recipes from multiple individuals and feature artwork from local artists. Sac Arts is looking forward to working with the community to create a publication that celebrates Sacramento’s rich culinary and visual arts sectors.


General Information: Submissions to this cookbook will be open to all residents of the Greater Sacramento Region.

Ongoing Residency Open Call for 2023

Can Serrat, of approximately 1187 square meters, is an old classic Catalan farmhouse. In 1989, eleven Norwegian artists bought the house and began renovations. Can Serrat is located in the beautiful surroundings of El Bruc, a small village that overlooks the mountain of Montserrat, and is only 45 kilometers from Barcelona. The house offers different spaces and workshops to work in an impressive natural environment. A pleasant walk takes you from the house to the foot of the mountain, where you can enjoy a spectacular view of the nails of Montserrat.

Hogue: 125 Inspired Oklahoma Landscapes

The University of Tulsa's School of Art, Design and Art History is pleased to announce a Call for Entry to the Alexandre Hogue 125: Inspired Juried Exhibition. This exhibition is inspired by Hogue's reverence for nature and the sense of identity found within it. It celebrates portrayals of Oklahoma's physical and cultural landscapes which include political, social, environmental, or interpersonal influences that shape who we are.


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