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Membership Exhibition at Medical City Dallas

E X H I B I T  D A T E S: Saturday May 20 – Sunday June 4

Entries received at Medical City, 7777 Forest Lane, Dallas TX 75230, Lobby of Building A, West entrance

Reception: Sunday, June 4, 2 pm to 4 pm

Pick up: Sunday, June 4, 4 pm to 5 pm

A W A R D S

Cash and merchandise awards will be presented at the show’s closing reception. The juror’s selections are final, and prizes are neither negotiable nor transferable.

G U I D E L I N E S

Work must have been created within the last 5 years.
All media are eligible. Sculpture must have its own base and stand.
Maximum size of 2D work is 48” x 48”, framed and wired for hanging. Gallery-wrapped canvas is acceptable without framing if sides are appropriately finished.
Weight should not exceed 15 pounds.
Special care should be taken when wiring heavy work, particularly if framed under glass. Using Plexiglass and/or double wiring is recommended.
Work that is still wet or inadequately wired when delivered will not be hung.

All participants must sit with the show for one half day, either 10am – 2pm or 2pm -6pm. These sitting periods are one hour longer than in the past, so plan accordingly.

E N T R Y  F E E
Each member may enter one work for $15. Existing members may pay dues during registration on May 20, and we welcome new members at this time. TVAA does not take a commission on any work that is sold. Medical City receives 15% of final sales.

J U R O R
Prizes will be awarded by Jordan Roth.

Jordan Roth is the director of Ro2 Art, a full-service gallery and consultancy in Dallas, Texas, representing a diverse group of emerging, mid-career, and established contemporary artists; many with ties to the North Texas Region. Ro2 Art has been named Dallas Observer’s Best Art Gallery and was presented with the 2012 Obelisk Award for small business by the North Texas Business Council for the Arts. In 2015, the Dallas Observer chose Jordan Roth as one of its 100 Dallas Creatives. Ro2 Art is a proud member of CADD, the Contemporary Art Dealers of Dallas.

Contact Information
Exhibit Co-Chairs: Penny Bisbee, Cell phone: 817-360-6421, Email:penbisbee@aol.com
Sue Dhaliwal, Phone: 972-310-2015, Email: sue@sumsara.com

Prospectus: Doc | PDF

For the Birds (Aug)

For the Birds
August 3 – 31, 2015


Birds exist everywhere, and while adored by some, they are feared or totally ignored by others. Birds have been used as symbols for love (love birds), peace (dove), freedom (bald eagle), and rebirth (the mythical phoenix). Poems and songs have been written about them, and each state claims one as it’s state bird.

For this show, artists are invited to submit work that depicts birds in any medium.
Entry deadline: July 20
Exhibit: August 3 – 31
Reception: August 9, 2 pm – 4 pm
Curator: Jan Partin
Email: jparti01@sbcglobal.net

Prospectus Word | PDF

Blue, 2015 (June)

Blue
Exhibit June 1-30, 2015
Reception Sunday, June 7, 2-4

Our inspiration for the June show just came to us right out of the blue – literally. This month we’re turning the gallery every shade of blue. We’ll show artwork depicting sky, sea, ice and snow… hydrangea and hyacinth… lapis and turquoise… yes, even your grandmother’s blue willow dishes. Anything and everything blue qualifies, even if it’s only metaphorically blue. We won’t leave out that melancholy feeling or that uniquely American music either.

Curator: Shari Hornish
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TVAA 68th Annual Members Exhibition – 2015


Texas Visual Arts Association 68th Annual Members Exhibition – 2015
at Medical City Dallas

This is an all media exhibit that showcases the work of TVAA members. Others who are interested in the exhibit may join TVAA at the time of entry to qualify for participation in the event.
Art Delivery
Saturday, May 2, 10 am to 12 noon
at Medical City, Building A (West entrance)
Reception
Sunday, May 17, 2 to 4 pm
Pick up
Sunday, May 17, 4 pm


Download Prospectus PDF for more information on show entry.

Juror Rusty Scruby
He moved to Texas as a young man to study aerospace engineering at Texas A&M University. Four years later, Rusty transferred to North Texas State University where he studied music composition. His artwork freely exchanges ideas between math, art, and music.

Exhibition Chair
Kelaine Kvale
214-296-7314
keklik@airmail.net

CoChair
Cynthia Stone
214-435-7673

Medical City
7777 Forest Lane
Dallas TX 75230

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2015 TVAA Open Show

2015 TVAA OPEN SHOW
March 2-30, 2015
Reception March 8, 2-4 pm

The Texas Visual Arts Association invites all artists whether a member or not to join us for the 2015 TVAA Open Show. There is no theme for this show, and all mediums are welcome.

Entry Deadline: February 20
Curator: Diana Moya
Prospectus: Word | PDF

TVAA Downtown Gallery
Plaza of the Americas – Suite G-207
700 N Pearl
Dallas, Texas 75201
info@dianamoya.com
469-569-4580

In Translation (Oct)

In Translation
Photography & Digital Art
October 1 – 30, 2014
Reception: October 12, 2 to 4 PM

Use digital to create the art for October: fine art images created from your phone, digital camera, and/or computer.

Artists are invited to submit fine art work created with a phone, digital camera, computer or any combination of these technologies. While film can be used, it must be scanned, and the final product must be produced digitally.

Curator:  Gabrielle C. Pruitt
gabypruitt@icloud.com

Entry deadline: September 20
Prospectus: Word / PDF
TVAA Downtown Gallery
Plaza of the Americas – Suite G-207
700 N Pearl
Dallas, Texas 75201
tvaagallery@sbcglobal.net
469-569-4580

Driven to Abstraction (Sept)

Driven to Abstraction
September 1 – 30, 2014
Reception September 20, 2-4pm

During the late nineteenth century art took a turn away from realism. From the first abstractions of color and light, to the changing focus on form, line, plane, and subject, abstract art came into it’s own during the twentieth century. Whether a distorted objective creation or a pure study of shape, space, line, and color in a non-objective work, abstract art is well loved in the twenty first century.

Curator: Jenny Keller
jennykeller1@sbcglobal.net

Download prospectus .doc
Download prospectus .PDF

TVAA Downtown Gallery
Plaza of the Americas
700 N. Pearl Street, Suite G207
Dallas, Texas  75201
(972) 951-7879

Gallery located on the lobby concourse above the skating rink, Suite G207
Hours: Monday – Friday, 10am – 4pm

Black & White (Aug)

Black & White
August 4 – 29, 2014
Reception August 10, 2-4pm

So many of the things we love are black and white: books, newspapers, Ansel Adams photographs, old vinyl records, film noir and other old movies, pandas, zebras, panthers, penguins, Pegasus Theater, snow shining under moonlight, and people, to name a few. Is the truth always black or white? For this show, artists are invited to submit work in any medium that is black or white, a combination of black and white, or addresses the concept of black and white in some way.

Curator: KeLaine Kvale
keklik@airmail.net

Download prospectus

TVAA Downtown Gallery
Plaza of the Americas
700 N. Pearl Street, Suite G207
Dallas, Texas  75201
(972) 951-7879

Gallery located on the lobby concourse above the skating rink, Suite G207
Hours: Monday – Friday, 10am – 4pm

Humanity (July)

Humanity
Exhibit: July 1-30
Reception: July 13
Curator: Jan Partin

Humanity – the human race; the condition of being human; the totality of the experience of existing as a human being; the human condition.  As humans we may exhibit good or evil, create magnificence or horror, experience euphoric heights or deep despair, rise to the greatest challenge or sink to the depths of defeat, love or hate, embody genius or madness.  Most often, our makeup is varying combinations of all the traits that make us human.  For this exhibit, artists are invited to submit work depicting any or all of the various aspects of the human condition.

Download prospectus

TVAA Downtown Gallery
Plaza of the Americas
700 N. Pearl Street, Suite G207
Dallas, Texas  75201
(972) 951-7879

Gallery located on the lobby concourse above the skating rink, Suite G207
Hours: Monday – Friday, 10am – 4pm

Red! (Feb)

RED!
February 3-28, 2014
Reception February 9, 2-4 pm

RED! – a color of many shades associated with a myriad of conflicting emotions. Red is the color of love and hate, passion and anger, joy and danger, celebration and war. Red is also associated with deception (“to see a red flag”); courage (“the red badge of courage”); bureaucracy (“red tape”); wrongdoing (“with blood on one’s hands”); embarrassment (“to be red faced”); fun (“paint the town red”); and more. The primary interest in the piece should be some aspect of red.
Entry deadline, January 26
Curator, Marilee Vergati-Haynes
marilee@vergati.com