New Horizons: Landscapes 2020, 3rd Annual Exhibition. Landscapes are one of the long-time subjects for artists taking in the beauty of their surroundings and representing what they see. But how has it changed in recent times? What new connections to our surroundings will be found or lost?
The landscapes around us are dramatically changing as well as our relation to nature. Furthermore, will we see landscapes as mere replications or photographs or can we apply color, light, design and texture to represent the larger essence of what we see or experience.
Just as impressionism, then cubism radically changed our perception of landscape art, what new interpretations are present today? We would like to see large as well as small formats. Broad strokes, fresh outlooks, meaningful dialogs, colorful blends or a monochromatic study... What's on the horizon for new landscape work?
We are looking for all types of works--painting, sculpture, photography and more--works that show off vision for landscape artwork. Small and large formats. Give viewers and collectors a chance to see the beauty of your landscape... The main criteria for selection is creativity and fresh approaches in the artwork.
Exhibit Date: Friday, May 1, 2020 – Friday, June 5, 2020
Opening Reception: Friday, May 1, 2020, 6-9pm
Deadline for Submission: Monday, March 16, 2020
Media Type: All Media
Juried By: Mary Jane Edwards - Executive Director of the Jentel Foundation
Submission Fee: $38 for 3 images, $5 for additional work (up to 5)
Click here for submission instructions
Awards & Benefits
3SA GOLD AWARD: $300 + Certification 3SA SILVER AWARD: $150 + Certification 3SA BRONZE AWARD: $75 + Certification First Honorable Mention Award: 1 FREE submission to a future 3SA Call for Entry (1 year) Second Honorable Mention Award: Certification
Selected artists for the exhibition receive the following benefits: - Posting to 3SA website and social media platforms - Professional exhibition space and display of artwork - One of top galleries in Northern Colorado (great addition to resume) - Accepted artists will be listed on the 3SA website with their work and link to their website - Press releases on exhibition sent to 3SA media outlets
March 16: Deadline for receipt of entries
March 24: Notification sent by email to all entrants. (Artists are required to confirm receipt of the email)
April 15: Artwork Loan Agreement due date
April 24, 1-5pm: Dates for hand delivered to 3 Square Art Gallery, or by appointment
April 24: Accepted artwork due to 3 Square Art Gallery by this date. Shipped works must arrive by April 24
May 1: Opening reception
June 5: Final Day of Exhibition
June 6, 1-5pm: Pick-up hand-delivered work
June 8-13: Schedule artwork for shipping (arranged by artist)
Mary Jane EdwardsExecutive Director of the Jentel Foundation
Executive Director of the Jentel Foundation in Banner, Wyoming, Mary Jane Edwards is the former department head and Professor of Art at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. As an officer and board member, she supported arts and advocacy organizations such as the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, the American Craft Council, the National Association of Arts Administrators and the National Campaign for Freedom of Expression. As a studio artist, she has exhibited nationally and internationally, received institutional grants, juried and curated exhibitions and presented workshops and lectures. A passion for global travel in pursuit of culture shock makes her dream of filling a passport before it expires a reality.
Currated By Kumiko S. McKee