Entry Fee (Down & Dirty): $35.00
Images | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 3
Total Samples | Minimum:Min. 1, Maximum:Max. 3
CALL FOR ENTRIES TAGat120ART invites artists to submit work for the 2021 BOTANICAL competition
SHOW LOCATION - 120ART at 120 W. 2nd Street, Taylor, Texas 76574 and online.
CALL DESCRIPTION – BOTANICAL is a national juried exhibition organized by TAGat120ART, a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the unbridled pursuit of creative expression. The theme asks artists to a have a deep dig into the intrepid underbelly of botanical life. Choose your favorite visual medium to express the lust of the blossom, the strategy of weeds, the textures of moss, the mindset of a grub, the intent of a beetle. Draw it, paint it, assemble it, or photograph it and show us what you've discovered.
Presented as a simultaneous live and online show, the exhibition will hang in our downtown Taylor, TX gallery,120Art, through August 28, 2021. Artwork will be separated into two categories: 2D and photography.
ELIGIBILITY - All artists 18 years or older, working in the mediums of painting, drawing, photography and mixed media are invited to submit up to 3 pieces for jury selection that address the concept of BOTANICAL.
DATES AND ENTRY DETAILS - Submit images of your work at 120 dpi to www.artist.callforentry.org no later than midnight, June 17, 2021. Successful entries will be announced by June 22, 2021. Work must be delivered to TAGat120ART, 120 W. 2nd Street, Taylor, TX 76574, no later than July 6, 2021.
Artist and opening reception at 4pm, Saturday July 10, 2021. Show closes Saturday August 28, 2021. Works not sold during the show will be shipped out at artist’s expense, or picked up in person no later than September 1, 2021.
FEES AND PRIZES - Artists may enter up to 3 pieces for $35.00 in the categories of 2D and photography. Cash prizes will be awarded at the opening reception and the amounts for each of the 2 categories are: 1st prize - $500, 2nd prize - $250, and 3rd prize - a Jerry’s Artarama Gift card.
Born into a fifth generation farming family in eastern Illinois Lonnie has always had a love and appreciation of the animal and rural subjects found in his paintings. A lifelong artist, he graduated from college with a degree in graphic arts and proceeded to Texas. After working for several agencies in Dallas he ended up doing computer graphics for American Airlines. Not only did he learn early computer technology, he also had the benefit of world travel, and always with camera in hand. Stepping back into the realm of fine art he began participating and exhibiting with Southwest Watercolor Society (Dallas) and Texas Watercolor Society (San Antonio), and soon gained signature status with both. After serving a year as president of Waterloo Watercolor Group (Austin) Lonnie decided to look for new adventures and made the move to Taos. His work shows a desire to push the medium beyond its transparent properties by using multiple layers and glazing to create vibrant tones and minute detail. He currently holds signature status with New Mexico Watercolor Society, Taos Watercolor Society and Texas Watercolor Society.
Marcia Beth Goldenstein