Month: January 2010

Presentation of artwork

Presentation of individual pieces for jurying or for exhibits should be done in a simple, professional manner, showing respect for the artwork. The presentation should not be garish, distracting, flimsy or cheap looking. Paintings, prints and photographs should be in

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Unacceptable for jurying

Work based on manufactured items includes, but isn’t limited to, such things as Beaded jewelry assembled from purchased beads and fittings. For the purposes of the Guild, beads must be made by the artist. Any manufactured beads and fittings used

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Jurying-in

Need more information on Jurying? To assist in understanding the process of jurying-in, typical jurying-in standards for a fine art group are listed below. This is NOT a check-list; decisions are subjective and made individually. Artistic style: Works show the

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Carnegie Center Show

The Carnegie Center for the Arts in Three Rivers opened its annual juried show on January 17 – it was quite a party! The flowing fountains of chocolate were especially memorable. Many members of the Three Rivers Artists Guild had

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Carol Dugan at St. John’s Lutheran Church

Carol Dugan is displaying photography at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Three Rivers. The church is located at 56050 Buckhorn Road. The display may be viewed between 9 am and 2 pm, Monday through Thursday. It may also be viewed

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