Harrington Gallery calls for entries for works of art
From the Fire Station Arts Center: The Harrington Gallery at the Firehouse Arts Center in Pleasanton is calling for entries for “Fresh Works VII,” its annual fine art exhibition. Open to all artists in the Bay Area & Region, emerging and established, working in 2D and 3D media. All artwork must be original, completed within the past two years, and never been exhibited in Pleasanton. Note: no jewelry.
The deadline for submitting the registration form and fees is Friday March 10th. Cash prizes are awarded to the most outstanding entries, as determined by the jury.
Accepted works will be installed and displayed for the duration of the exhibition, from May 6 to June 3, 2017. An artists reception will be held at the Harrington Gallery on Saturday, May 6, from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. The Reception is open to the public and everyone is invited to come and discuss with the artists and see the awards ceremony.
The Prospectus and the Application for registration are available online here. Paper entry forms are also available at the Harrington Gallery at the Firehouse Arts Center, located at 4444 Railroad Avenue in Pleasanton, the Pleasanton Public Library at 400 Old Bernal Avenue, and the Town of Pleasanton Community Services Department at 200 Old Bernal Avenue. For more information call (925) 931-4849 or email jfinegan @ cityofpleasantonca.gov. @ Cityofpleasantonca.gov>
Fresh Works has become an increasingly popular opportunity for top Bay Area artists to try their luck in having their work professionally appraised and exhibited. Harrington Gallery Director Julie Finegan notes that âlast year over 200 artists participated. Finegan adds that the Harrington Gallery receives submissions from across the Bay Area and beyond. All submitted works are carefully reviewed by the jury, who then decide which ones to include, and in addition to these works select a limited number of outstanding winners. @ Cityofpleasantonca.gov>
Special guest juror: Ryan Reynolds. Mr. Reynolds is a professor of fine arts in painting at the University of Santa Clara and a well-known and respected artist from San JosÃ©. Of interest is his upcoming solo exhibition at the Napa Valley Museum, which will feature “temporal representations of contemporary landscape”. For more details, visit here.@ cityofpleasantonca.gov>
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Images via Firehouse Arts Center
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