Tag Archives: 2011
Wildlife and Nature Exhibition Reception at the Creative Arts Center, Bonham, Texas, August 5th, 6-8 pm.
Wabi-Sabi is the Japanese art of finding beauty and profundity in the natural cycle of aging.
Paula Joyce, Cynthia Schneidler, Robin Sacks, Barbara Nehman, Judie Meetal, Susan Kandell, and Veronique Jonas.
TVAA Citation 2011
November 3 – 27
Reception and Awards
November 19, 7-9 pm
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Our Exhibit has been extended through December 16th.
The new pickup date is December 17th, at PFamily Arts, between 10 am and noon.
The Citation 2011 exhibition is scheduled for November 3 – 27 at PFamily Arts in Plano. This year’s Citation jurors are JD Miller and Barbara Frey. The Reception is Saturday, November 19th from 7 to 9 pm. Awards presentation will be at at the reception. Guests are welcome as well as members.
Jurors: JD Miller & Barbara Frey
Entry deadline: September 30, 6 pm
Exhibit: November 3 – 27
Reception: November 19th from 7 to 9 pm
Chairperson-Fine Art: Gaby Pruitt
Chairperson-Sculpture: Robin Gary
PFamily Arts, 4017 Preston Road, Plano, Texas 75093
The Citation Show is a juried member show that takes place in the fall at various locations. The exhibit normally runs three to four weeks. Members may submit three works for consideration. There is an awards reception. New memberships are accepted on show entry day.
The Paper Chase will showcase art made of paper or on paper. Re-cycle, re-use, re-purpose. Get you thinking caps on and your scrap paper out. Put that trash to good use. 2-D or 3-D. Any size, any media.
Two month exhibit: the Paper Chase shows at TVAA Downtown Gallery during November, and then will move to ArtReach Gallery in Lovers Lane Methodist Church for the month of December.
Deadline, October 24
Curator, Liz Netherland
Wildlife & Nature show award winners:
Best of Show – Carmen Lax
First Place – Barbara Mason
Honorable Mention – Sandra Freeman
Second Place – Helen Bailey
Third Place – Junko Otsu
Honorable Mention – Weeda Hamdan
Honorable Mention – Steve Ng
We live in a three-dimensional world. Everything we can see or touch can be measured by length, width and depth (height). I am looking for art works that are three-dimensional and that are representations of three-dimensional on a two-dimensional medium. The following media will be considered for acceptance: sculpture, mixed media, pottery, jewelry, mosaic, photography, painting, drawing, assemblage and glass.