2018 Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors – Call For Artists
View Arts seeks entries for the 2018 Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors. Each year View holds this exhibition which is open to artists working in water based media. This includes transparent and opaque watercolors, acrylics, casein, egg tempera, gouache, and ink.
Deadline: 2 Apr 2018
This year’s judges include Daniel Tenant for juror of selection and Douglas Wiltraut, AWS, NSPC&A for juror of awards.
Chosen artists for the 2018 Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors will benefit by receiving the following opportunity for awards: Through the generous donation of our supporters, View and the Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors is able to offer over $14,000 in awards and prizes. The top prizes include the $2,500 Gold Medallion, $1,000 Sliver Medallion, $1,000 for best abstract piece, $500 Adirondack Express Award for Strong Narrative Content, $500 Award for Soft-Edged Expressionism, $500 Realism in Nature Award, and $300 Trails & Streams Medallion for Woodland Theme.
About View Arts
View Arts encourages the creation and the contemplative experience of viewing art by hosting exhibitions with regional and national appeal. Artists are featured in conjunction with a diverse spectrum of notable national shows. The Arts Guild of Old Forge was founded by Miriam Kashiwa in 1951, when she first organized an arts show on her front lawn with paintings displayed on chicken wire. From its humble beginnings moving all over town from the fire hall to the former Nathan’s Bakery, a room in the Mason’s building, the Thendara train station, and over thirty years in a former boat repair shop, the arts center has flourished through the years. It has grown steadily to become a year-round multi-arts organization. In 2011, the Arts Center/Old Forge moved across New York State Route 28 into its new facility. It was re-branded as View Arts.
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