(BRANDON HANSEN/Chewelah Independent)
CALLING ALL ARTISTS: Time to enter Winterfest is now, with prize money on the line for top submitted pieces…
Believe it or not, Chewelah is getting even more artsy.
Trails End Gallery will soon be home to a new juried art show called the “Chewelah Winterfest for the arts.”
The show is accepting art entries until Feb. 1 and, after judging from two judges, awards will be announced at a presentation on March 4 at Quartzite Brewing Company from 6:30-8 p.m.
The exhibition for Winterfest opens at Trails End Gallery on March 5 from 5:30-8 p.m. and the show will end on April 30.
Any artist over the age of 18 in the United States can enter into show. It must be original art created since 2017. Media can include painting, watercolor, drawings, photography, sculpture, printmaking, textile, ceramics and if you’re not sure, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since space can be a concern in a gallery, maximum size for a piece is 36” on any side with a maximum weight of 40 pounds.
There will be a $30 entry fee covers two pieces of art for artists, along with $10 for additional pieces up to five total. The prizes for winners will include a cash sum, which local Chewelah businesses have donated over $500 towards. Best of Show will receive $300, first place will get $200, second place will receive $100 and there will be two honorable mentions. There will also be a People’s Choice Award as voting will take place between March 4 and April 24.
Judging the show will be David Anderson and Jen Fuller.
David received his MFA degree (painting) from Brigham Young University in 1988 and since has worked as an artist, studio instructor and full-time Director of Galleries at five Universities and colleges. He is currently Professor of Art at Clackamas Community College in Oregon City, OR, where he directs the Drawing and Painting programs.
Jen Fuller is a Portland based site-specific installation artist whose work utilizes glass, steel, digital media and found objects. A self-taught artist and explorer, Jen moved away from aspects of contemporary education and towards a more traditional learning experience, apprenticing with professional mentors such as sculptor Steve Tilden and Glass Artist Warren Carther.
To get an entry form go to Trails End Gallery in Chewelah or download it at: https://www.gailjohannesarts.com/winterfest-for-the-arts.html You can also contact Tim Nielsen for additional questions as email@example.com.