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Exhibit – “Green” TVAA Gallery Art Exhibition for April 2018
04/02/2018 @ 10:00 am - 05/04/2018 @ 4:00 pm CDT
“Green” TVAA Gallery Art Exhibition for April 2018
GREEN, how do you interpret this word? Is this a color, the beginning of life, the season of spring, green living, recycling, repurposing, or the Tree of Life? This is an invitation to explore the meaning that connects with you and your art work, and then share it with others. This is open to members and non-members of TVAA (Texas Visual Artists Association) with ribbons being awarded to Best of Show, 1st, 2nd 3rd place, and honorable mention.
All artwork must be wired and framed correctly. No ½” canvases will be curated without a frame. Gallery wrapped work must have clean edges and no staples showing. Work that does not follow gallery requirements will not be hung. If invited to the exhibition you must sign up for one sitting day during the month or pay a $25.00 sitting fee for someone to cover your day. Any work not picked up on take down day with be stored for a $5.00 a day fee and then considered abandoned after 30 days. Any artwork sold pays a 25% fee to the TVAA.
If you have further question you may contact the Gallery Director, Maegan Kirschner, at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Curator: Maegan Kirschner and Shawn Storer
Maegan Kirschner – She is the new Gallery Director for the TVAA Gallery in the Plaza of the Americas building. She is currently an art teacher to the homeschool community and a freelance artist in the Dallas area as well. She is an American and Art History Scholar with a focus on women artists. She is an award winning artist with her unique mixed media pieces that have a running theme of circles and recycled items. In 2017 she participated in 17 exhibitions winning several awards.
Shawn Storer – He holds a doctor of musical arts degree in conducting, Shawn has performed with numerous symphony orchestras, opera companies, and musical theatre groups, on some of the world’s greatest stages including Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the Meyerson, the Meyerhoff, and Symphony Hall, to name a few. He actively pursues multiple simultaneous creative outlets including pottery, sculpture, sketching, drawing, and painting and has been a featured artist in exhibitions and shows including, RAW Dallas, Chocolate and Art – Los Angeles’ Famous Underground Art Show, and the Dallas Craft Guild Spring and Fall Shows.
April 2nd – May4th Monday – Friday 10 am – 4 pm