Abstract art is non-representational: it does not attempt to represent an accurate depiction of visual reality (such as a person, an object, a landscape) but instead uses shapes, colors, forms and gestural marks to achieve its effect. Even works that loosely depict a recognizable scene, person, object etc. are not considered abstract because we can recognize the subject (so these works are considered representational).
Juried Abstract Exhibition (October 24– November 17, 2020)
Juror: Richard Neal http://richardneal.net/
Receiving: Drop off is outside on the rear porch of the Art Center on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 21-22, 2020.
Pick up works not accepted: Friday, October 24.
Pick up accepted works at end of show: November 17, 2020
All media welcome.
Juried Exhibition submission fees:
members: $15 for first entry and $10 for each additional entry
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non-members: $20 for first entry/$15 for each additional entry
Any number of works may be submitted.
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