7.27.2011

Hundred Valleys Exhibit UVAA

the following is the note of acceptance from an exhibit i submitted to earlier this summer. so far this year, i've been accepted to 4 juried shows. a couple of these r online. the following will b in roseburg, OR this sept. i've also had many rejections. this is the way it is with submissions i guess. i won't b discouraged. 
hopefully, the November show in portland OR will b a way for me to connect with ppl more. maybe i can then put 2gether something for sf's gallery in the fall too. until then, i'll just keep painting.
Dear art working friends –
I know many of you have been eagerly awaiting the news concerning the 5th Annual Hundred Valleys Exhibit results.  Tom Browning, this year's juror had 176 images to choose from.  Those whose works were selected are listed below.  If your name is not on the listing, keep working, keep submitting, never to be discouraged, "beauty IS in the eye of the beholder". 
Here are some words from Tom Browning concerning his efforts to put together the exhibit.

"Judging such a show is based on several aspects that I consider to be most important in producing a painting or sculpture.  Not only is the overall aesthetics of a piece important, but such things as composition, originality, drawing, and the handling of the medium are all important …  Not everyone can agree on one judge's decisions, and that alone is important for all participants who submitted work to understand.
It is just one person's opinion, but I hope that what I have to offer as a professional artists is acceptable and understood by most.  I appreciated the opportunity to view everyone's work, and they should all be congratulated for being willing to undergo the scrutiny of a competition such as this.  Hopefully no one will be discouraged from doing so in the future.  It is more important for every artist to continually be a student and strive to make the next piece of art better than the last.  Respectfully,  Tom Browning"
From my heart, congratulations to everyone for submitting, often a difficult step to take once you have conquered the artwork itself.  I will be emailing those who have been juried in a contract for the exhibit that will need to be signed and returned.  Remember, do not, again, do not make any changes or adjustments to the  accepted pieces!  Just make sure they come in signed.

Accepted art works:
Last Name
Title
Lora
Block
Roses
Carol
Chapel
H bar C, Red and Black (It's All Skip's Fault, series)
Kat
Davis
Back Forty
Kat
Davis
Cast of Characters
Tommi
Drake
Fukushima
Andrew
Duclos
A Look of Champions
Andrew
Duclos
A Quiet Stretch fo the River
Margaret
Dunbar
Rainy Pond
Jenay M
Elder
Skye Jasmyn
Jenay M
Elder
Portrait of Perry
Giovonnia Ann (G'Ann)
Fleissner
Visions of Coiled Copper
Richard
Herr
Standing Female Abstract
Janet
Hiller
The Test Of Gold
Janet
Hiller
Heat Wave
Don
Jenson
China Rockfish Quillback
Don
Jenson
Pair
Morgan Burton
Johnson
Night Guide
Maggie
Junkins
Highrock Mountain from Rocky Ridge - Rogue Umpqua Divide Wilderness
Dale
Kurtz
Rig to Cast
Karen
Lawson
Orchid In Paradise
Jeanne
Levasseur
Winds of Change
Jeanne
Levasseur
Melancholy Skies
Todd Milton
Mandeville
A Blanket of Roses
Renee
Manfred
Wet Land Trail
Renee
Manfred
Collision on the Reef
Kyall
McGee
Weatherly Creek Homestead
Kyall
McGee
The Beautiful Singer
Hope Carter
Meados
Koi
Hope Carter
Meados
Out To Pasture
Judy
Nigh
Inside the Storm
Judy
Nigh
Winter Romance
Mary
Oleri
The Source
Vinita
Pappas
Sunny Day in May
Renee
Richardson
Behind You
Nancy Watterson
Scharf
River Breath Life
Joshua
South
Rippen Rooster
Joshua
South
Chimera
Darci
Spetter
Bucking Appy
John J.
Spetter
Alfa Centennial
J.M.
Steele
Full Moon Rising
Gena Lee
Tharp
Percheron Power
Joren
Traveller
Just Resting
Katie
Veeninga
Rhubarb
Judy
Waller
En Pointe
Judy
Waller
His Classics
Catherine C.
Wayne
Tides Out
Catherine C.
Wayne
Sunflower Garden
Catherine C.
Wayne
Make Lemonade
Sandy
Whetzel
Grape De Menthe
Richard
Worthey
Nature's Carography
Carol
Young
Apple Blossoms
Paul
Zegers
Hart Mountain October Afternoon




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