Picnic in the Park - Volunteer Park, Seattle, Wa.On June 20th the NWSSA has reserved the lawn between the Seattle Asian Art Museum and the Conservatory in Seattle's Capitol Hill park for a stone sculpture exhibition and (for us) a picnic and a day to chill out in a gorgeous location and share our work with each other and the high-traffic passersby. We'll also be getting the word out about the exhibit to all the Seattle galleries, the neighborhood homeowners, the press, and any other networks we can to be able to share our stone and our work with potential members, representatives, and buyers.
Monarch Sculpture Park - Creekside Conservancy, Tenino, WA
Ongoing Call for Sculpture in the Park, Tenino, WA
Ongoing call for artists to exhibit their sculpture on Monarch Sculpture Park grounds. Work must be durable to withstand Pacific Northwest weather.
Deadline for Entry: May 15, 2015
For Prospectus and Information: Click Here
Call to Artists: Society of Washington Artists Annual Spring Show and Sale
Open to all artists, members and non-members, ages 18 and older. Artwork will be non-juried into the professionally judges show; a wide variety of mediums and disciplines will be represented. Artists may submit up to 3 works of art.
Deadline for Entry: Tuesday, May 12th between 4-7pm
Location: Harley Hall Building 10000 NE 7th Ave Vancouver, WA
Public Viewing & Sales: Admission is Free. Open May 14-17th, 2015
Artist Reception and Awards: Saturday, May 16th 6-8 pm
for Prospectus and Information: Click here for PDF Flyer Visit their website: http://societyofwashingtonartists.com/
Peninsula Art League 13th Annual Open Juried Show
Peninsula Art League (PAL) 2015 Open Juried Show will take place at the Harbor History Museum Sept. 12-Oct. 18th. In addition to the usual 2D work, 3D work will be accepted this year. Professional photographer Larry Ikenberry will judge photography. Pastel artist Dawn Emerson will jury the paintings and sculpture. She'll also give a three-day workshop prior to the show. Entries are being accepted via Online Juried Shows
Deadline:July 5, 2015
For a Prospectus click here: Open Show Prospectus.
3rd Annual Longview, WA Outdoor Gallery Sculpture Exhibit
The Longview Outdoor Gallery (LOG) task force is excited to announce our third call for artists. Both earlier exhibits were very successful, with 8 of the 20 sculptures staying in the community. It says a lot about our community to have this kind of support for our early years, given the difficult economic times. The program is now part of a larger downtown renewal project.
We are seeking outdoor sculpture that will be on display and for sale for two years in downtown Longview.LOG will purchase one sculpture during the exhibit. The committee and a public opinion poll will select the piece. The purchased piece will then be donated back to the city for permanent display.Additional pieces may be purchased by private individuals, businesses or groups.
Deadline for applications:Postmarked by:May 15, 2015
Notifications will be mailed out by: June 15, 2015
Installation and kickoff event will be September 12th, 2015.
Application & information www.longviewlog.org
Schack Art Center is seeking artwork for the exhibit: Art of the Garden, June 18 - August 1, 2015. This "garden art" themed exhibit is one of our perennial favorites. All mediums are welcome. Artwork must be created for the garden out-of-doors, such as stone, metal, concrete sculptures, benches, arbors, etc., or to bring the garden into the home, with paintings, photographs, sculptures, etc. There are no size restrictions, and installations will be decided by jury selection.
Deadline: May 18, 2015
*Here is a link to the Artist Trust site with information, resources and calls for artists in all disciplines: http://artisttrust.org
Lakewold Gardens Website: http://www.lakewoldgardens.org/
The photos show how it will look in bloom.
[Click HERE fo Map] to Lakewold Gardens
Here are photos of the gardens in winter early spring:
Dining Room as a panorama lots of room for pedestals in the room and on the deck/patio (might want to download it's big)
Halfway down the path from the house to the tea house, remember it's a straight path and distorted by the panborama. Teahouse on left house on right. Note the big trees.
Many opportunities for placement.
Looking back to house:
Looking back towards pool across path to teahouse from big trees.