Between Truth and Illusion
Picasso said: “Art is the lie that transforms the truth”. Through the use of mediums and skill the artist transforms paint, paper and objects into the illusion of realistic form. A sculptor transforms marble into flesh, a landscape painting brings a place that we’ve never been into our home, indeed, all paintings give us the illusion of a three dimensional space rendered in two dimensions. The artist begins with truth and shows us an illusion that comes full circle in revealing truths within the viewer.
Enter your vision of the space between truth and illusion in our second and final members show for 2018. This is your chance to SHINE so put your best brush forward and dream up something vibrant and new and exciting. Mixed media has limitless possibilities, show what you do with those possibilities.
If you can’t enter a piece for this show, then make plans to attend the opening. Art openings at the CCPVB are fun, last year we had live music (thanks to Sandy Blakes husband, Bill) and refreshments and it was a lovely experience.
This exhibition will be held at the CCPVB from August 17th through September 23rd. All work will be juried and judged, and awards will be given. Take in fees will be the usual $10 per piece/3 for $25 with a maximum of three pieces entered. Our judge will be Jo Sinclair.
The CCPVB takes a 40% commission on all artwork sold.
Maximum size for artwork is 44 x 44 and the minimum size is 12 x 12. There are pedestals available for three dimensional pieces.
Drop off work on Tuesday August 14th, 2018 from 10 am to 1 pm.
Opening reception and awards will be Friday August 17th 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The show closes on Sept 22 and all work must be picked up on Monday Sept 24th between 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM.
ALL Exhibition Guidelines & Standards apply PLUS This show must adhere to the CCPVB exhibit standards as well, and a CCPVB form must accompany the entry. CCPVB Forms will be sent via email or are available by request from Susan: email@example.com
Exhibition Guidelines & Standards
Exhibition Entry Form