From C Farrell Johnson Fine Arts, LLC, Newsletter
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From Women's Art Collaborative
Our first featured artist of 2014 is WCADC member Cherie M. Redlinger. Her unique style focuses on Life's abstractions.Cherie attempts to bring the beauty of her dreams of freedom, prosperity and happiness. They are a reflection of times and places that point to her life and artistic being. Read more about Cherie on her featured artist page, view her artwork in our gallery. www.zhibit.org/womensartcollaborative
From Touchstone Gallery
Sculptors Wheeler, Shaw, Luckett, Frazier and Brotman transform earthen materials and
detritus into elegant sculptural forms using fire, colorants, adhesives, carving tools and
imaginations keyed into limitless possibilities of three dimensional constructions. They
share a love of materials, storytelling, and an internal inclination to build--to transform one form into another form. Exhibition Dates: January 3-February 2, 2014. Touchstone Gallery 901 New York Ave., WDC. metro: Gallery Place/Chinatown 9th Street exit. www.touchstonegallery.com
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This program is a good opportunity for artists to get their work in front of our many summer visitors from all over the country and overseas.
The juror this year is Zoma Wallace.
https://www.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=1622Work of Nature: Call to Artists
Glimerarts.org Call for Art
The “Work of Nature” Juried Art Exhibition will showcase artists who are making art in natural mediums such as wood, stone, metal, ceramics, works on paper, encaustics, charcoal, naturally derived paints, fiber arts, basket weaving, and fine crafts. The criteria for the mediums are that they must be derived completely from natural components. For Entry fee and Details: contact 706-635-5605 or firstname.lastname@example.org and visit www.gilmerarts.org
Maryland Federation of Art 37th Annual Works on Paper.
Open to any original work created on or made from paper, including but not limited to: paper sculpture, watercolors, ink, photography, collage. Selected works will be on exhibit at MFA Circle Gallery: View Prospectus ENTER ONLINE
Hamiltonian Artists Fellowship
Hamiltonian Now Accepting Applications for the Hamiltonian Artists Fellowship
Advancing the professional development of emerging visual artists, this two-year program serves as a critical steppingstone for the next generation of contemporary artists in Washington, DC.
Hamiltonian Fellows Recieve:
- Exhibitions and gallery representation by Hamiltonian Gallery
- Mentorship from established artists and art professionals
- Critiques and exhibition support
- Access to professional development lectures and premier career resources
- Annual $1,000 stipend
- Community engagement and outreach opportunities
Visit www.hamiltonianartists.org apply for all information on application guidelines and forms, fellowship requirements and a description of our selection process. For additional questions, please call 202-332-1116 or contact via email at email@example.com.
Deadline: 3/1/14 at 6:00pm