Groundspace Project is happy to announce IT’S A WONDERFUL WORLD, curated by Betty Ann Brown, a juried art exhibition scheduled for July 8-22, 2017, with a reception for the artists Saturday, July 8, 6:00 to 9:00 pm. Three artists will be selected out of the IT’S A WONDERFUL WORLD exhibition for CASH prizes.
We’re looking for artists who celebrate the marvelous beauty of our natural and built environments. Such celebrations can be figurative, symbolic or abstract, but should not be simply pretty in a superficial or “easy” way.
IT’S A WONDERFUL WORLD will be curated by art historian, critic, and curator, Betty Ann Brown. Brown has curated retrospective exhibitions for Hans Burkhardt, Roland Reiss, Linda Vallejo, June Wayne, and John White, as well as numerous themed exhibitions. In addition, Brown has written critical reviews for various periodicals–including Art Ltd., Arts, Artillery, Artscene, Artweek, and The Los Angeles Times—and published several books, among them Exposures, Women & Their Art; Expanding Circles: Women, Art & Community; Gradiva’s Mirror: Reflections on Women, Surrealism & Art History; Hero, Madman, Criminal, Victim: The Artist in Film & Fiction; and Afternoons with June: Stories of June Wayne’s Art & Life.
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Exhibition Dates: July 8-22, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, July 8, 6-9 pm
3 Cash Prizes of $150
Entry Deadline: Sunday, June 4, 2017
Entry Fee: $30
Media: Submit 3 artworks; wall work or floor sculpture (with stand/pedestal) not exceeding 36″ in any direction or 10 lbs in weight. Please submit jpgs, 300 ppi, no larger than 3mb.
Artwork Delivery Dates:
Friday, June 30, noon to 6:00 pm
Saturday, July 1, noon to 6:00 pm
Artwork Pick-up Dates:
Sunday, July 23, noon to 6:00 pm
Monday, July 24, noon to 6:00 pm
Please note: For questions please contact Susan by email at email@example.com. Sales of artworks in the IT’S A WONDERFUL WORLD exhibition will be handled directly by the artist. Groundspace Project has no storage space so artwork not picked up within 10 days of the end of the exhibit will be tossed. Groundspace Project will take utmost care of your work but is not responsible for damage.