California Dreaming Juried Exhibit (Danville, CA) – Call For Artists
The Village Theatre Art Gallery announces a call for artists for California Dreaming, Finding Beauty in My Own Backyard, their 10th annual juried exhibition. For those lucky enough to call California home, they are fortunate to be surrounded by the natural beauty of this great state. California presents opportunities for daily awe in every direction. From the majestic mountain ranges to roaring sea, redwood trees, deep valleys with flowing rivers, an explosion of color in the wildflowers that grace the green hillsides, and dramatic deserts spotted with cacti and boulders. There is no shortage of beauty.
Deadline: 26 Jul 2020
Covid-19 has changed life for all of us, some more than others. People are experiencing a new kind of life while sheltering in place. This time has allowed many people to see their world from a new perspective. The world has never needed art so much as it needs it now. Artists can give the gift of beauty through their lens to share with others and offer a reprieve from the uncertainty and unknowns. Art can be healing in a time of chaos.
Share your artistic gifts and show the beauty you have found in your own backyard. Show what you love about the gorgeous and inspiring state of California.
California Dreaming Artist Benefits
Chosen artists will have their work on display in the gallery for three months. The gallery is high traffic and art sales take place in each exhibit. There will be cash gift card prizes to the top three artists selected by the Juror, Shelley Barry of Slate Contemporary Gallery + Art Consulting located in Oakland, California.
About The Village Theatre Art Gallery
The gallery is in an historical building in charming downtown Danville attached to the historical theatre. The gallery enjoys a lot of foot traffic and regulars who like to support local artists. This gallery is known for exhibitions that feature all kinds of exhibitions, ranging from cultural to Bay Area groups that feature women, artists of color, first generation American artists, and local artists. The gallery shows a wide range of media and a diverse group of artists to represent the Bay Area and California’s diverse and culturally rich population.
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