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Rejection vs. Selection - Developing a Thick Skin

I was honored last weekend to actually meet acclaimed landscape artist Gregory Kondos at the Crocker-Kingsley Art Exhibition. I was especially honored because he chose my watercolor “Cottonwood Bend” as one of 75 pieces accepted out of 1600 entries of mixed media to be in this year’s show. 901 more words


Lisa Mishler is the Gallery's New Featured Artist

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is extremely pleased to announce abstract artist Lisa Mishler has been named the gallery’s latest featured artist. She will now be shown in and promoted in the gallery’s Artist Showcase. 431 more words

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Scholarship Season: Tips & Tools

This time of year usually creates a stress shift. Hearts and minds have moved beyond the holiday season and those time-consuming college applications have long been completed and submitted. 524 more words

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Unsolicited Artists' Advice: Tips from a Juror

Suggestions for making art competition applications more competitive.

Recently, I was invited to serve as a juror for a residency program. I was able to review submissions at my own pace, so I started taking notes for my own reference in future applications. 1,437 more words


My 2014 in Art Competitions

Stats on my art competition applications in 2014.

In 2014, I applied to 21 art competitions.*

I applied to: 8 residencies, 4 fellowships, 3 exhibitions/museum submissions, 3 studio programs, 2 grants/awards, 1 public art commission, and 0 professional development programs. 141 more words

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Art Gallery's 2014 "Year in Review" Now Posted & Ready to View

Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is pleased to announce that its 2014 “Year in Review” edition has been compiled and is now posted and ready to view online. 375 more words

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SAC’s Members’ Show and Competition - 35th Annual

SAC’s Gallery hosts the January “Nell Hardeman Memorial” Competition for members of the Society of Arts & Crafts. This is a judged show with monetary awards and ribbons. 229 more words

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