Call Detail
Entry Deadline: 10/12/22
Application Closed

Entry Fee (Entry Fee): $45.00
Media Fee(Media Fee): $10.00
Work Sample Requirements
Images | Minimum:Min. 3, Maximum:Max. 5
Total Samples | Minimum:Min. 3, Maximum:Max. 5
Call Type: Competitions
Eligibility: National
State: California
Event Dates: 9/1/22 - 1/29/23

Urban Landscape a juried National Competition/Exhibition. Urban Landscape a complex structure resulting from the interaction between human and environment. It includes social, cultural and economic dimensions. Urban landscapes are formed and shaped mainly under the influence of human activities. What Urban Landscape surround and inspire you, how do these environments influence your life and art?

Mediums: Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Printmaking, Mixed Media and Fiber Art.

Juror: Cameron Brian
Born in 1961 in Denver Colorado, Brian earned his BFA in Painting and 2D Design from The College of Santa Fe in 1989 and holds an MFA in sculpture from The San Francisco Art Institute in 1993. He is co-owner and founder of The Transmission Gallery in Oakland, a contemporary art gallery focused on figurative and socially engaged art. Recently a new Transmission Gallery location was added in San Francisco, with Brian acting as co-director and principal curator for both locations. As an educator, Brian has taught a wide range of subjects, including Art, Drawing, Painting, Wood- working and Industrial design, at a number of institutions.
As an artist, Brian was chosen to be the California State University Bakersfield, Artist in Residence for the 75th Anniversary Celebration of The Grapes of Wrath Project in 2015, where he produced a two-acre sculptural installation. Brian’s work can be found in myriad of public and private art collections both in the United States and abroad and has been seen in numerous exhibitions world- wide. He currently divides his time between Southern California, the Bay Area and Oakland.
Gallery Locations: Transmission Gallery Oakland 770 West Grand Ave. Oakland, CA 94612 Transmission Gallery San Francisco 35 Bartlett St. San Francisco, CA 94110
2008-2019 Bakersfield College, Bakersfield, CA (Delano Campus)
2018-2019 Wonderful Academy, Delano, CA
2015-2016 California State University Bakersfield, Bakersfield, CA
2006-2007 Center for the Book, San Francisco, CA
2005 University of Phoenix, San Mateo, CA
2001-2003 Saint Mary’s College, Moraga, CA
2001-2003 California College of Art, Oakland/San Francisco, CA
1993 San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco CA
1997 Brian along with Ruth Santee founded the Arc-Solano Art program, Vallejo, CA

Important Dates:
Submission Deadline: October 12, 2022 Notification: October 19, 2022

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Delivery of Artwork: October 27th, 2022
Show Dates: November 4th - January 29th, 2023 Opening Reception: November 12th, 2022, 4-6pm

Application Requirements

Work must be the original artwork, ready to display. The specific work must not have been previously displayed at Epperson Gallery. Artists accepted into the show must reply to the email confirmation upon acceptance, and provide a hi-res Image, Bio, and return the Consignment Agree- ment. By submitting this information, you provide EppersonGallery all rights to use the work for Print Promotion on their Gallery Website and on Social Media, the artists retain the copy rights. Accepted artwork must be the actual artwork as seen in the submitted images. No substitutions. Accepted artwork listed for sale must be for the price listed in the submission. Epperson Gallery will retain a 50% commission of sold artwork.
Artists are responsible for shipping & optional shipping insurance to and from Epperson Gallery, a prepaid return shipping label must be included.
Shipped work must be sent in reusable, sturdy boxes and marked with your name.
Art damaged in transit is solely the responsibility of the artist and shipper. Artwork may also be dropped off at the gallery.

Eligibility Criteria

Open to all artists 18 and over residing in the USA. Accepted Mediums: Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Printmaking, Mixed Media and Fiber Art.