“From Another Era” — Artwork by Daniel K. Tennant (Image submitted)
Artists sought for Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors
OLD FORGE — View, a multi-media arts center at 3273 Route 28, is seeking artists working in all forms of watermedia for the 2018 Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors.
Deadline to apply is Monday, April 2.
The exhibition is considered one of the Top 10 water media exhibitions in the nation, drawing artists and audiences from all over. Each year, artists compete to receive more than $14,000 in prizes and awards.
The exhibition is open to artists working in transparent and opaque watercolors, acrylics, casein, egg tempera, gouache, and ink. All works must be of original design and execution, comprised of 90 percent watermedia.
Collage and works previously exhibited at View are not eligible for submission. There is a non-refundable entry fee of $40, $30 for View members, which enables an artist to submit up to two works. Each artist may submit a total of five works at a cost of an additional $10 per image.
All entries must be made online through www.onlinejuriedshows.com. A full prospectus is available on the website.
To learn more about View programming, visit ViewArts.org, or call 315-369-6411.
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