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Call for Artists – The Philadelphia Sketch Club

Deadline December 13:
The 2015 PSC Annual Domenic DiStefano Memorial Works on Paper Juried Exhibition
Exhibit Dates: January 2-24, 2015
Deadline for entries: December 13, 2014
Works Eligible: Any 2 dimensional works on paper utilizing watercolor, oil, gouache, casein, acrylics, inks, prints, graphite, etching, charcoal, pastel, collage, pencil, mixed media, and others. No computer- generated art, photography or digital works allowed. Works need to be framed and wired for hanging. Clip frames not allowed. Maximum size is limited to 44×44 inches INCLUDING frame.
Entry is by on-line submission at http://sketchclub.org/exhibitions
Gail Bracegirdle works in watercolors. A graduate of Moore College of Art, she began her career in textile design. Her paintings are actively exhibited in juried, group, and solo shows throughout the region, have won numerous
awards, and are held in private collections in the US, Europe, and Australia. She is a signature member of the Philadelphia Water Color Society, and a faculty member at ARTWORKS Visual Art School (Trenton) and Triangle Art (Lambertville).
Giovanni Casadei is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts, Rome and PAFA. He has had many solo and group exhibitions throughout the USA and Canada. He currently teaches at Fleisher Art Memorial Center and Wayne Art Center. His awards include: Art of the State, Pennsylvania, Honorable Mention for Paintings; 109th Fellowship of PAFA: Berthe M. Goldberg Award; The Philadelphia Mayor’s Award; The Morris Blackburn Landscape Prize; Philadelphia Watercolor Club Award; Lucille Sorgenti Scholarship; Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant; and two Hazell Faculty Fellowship Awards from Fleisher Art Memorial.
Patrick Connors is an award-winning painter whose work is exhibited internationally. He studied at PAFA and Pennsylvania University. He has taught and lectured at New York Academy of Art, PAFA, Institute of Classical Architecture and Art: Manhattan and Rome programs, Drexel School of Medicine, and Philadelphia Museum Art. His awards include an Oxford University Summer Residency Fellowship in painting and anatomy, a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant for painting, and the Samuel D. Gross/Thomas Eakins Award for Significant Contributions to Medicine and its Surrounding Culture.
Philadelphia Sketch Club
235 S. Camac St
Philadelphia, PA 19107
America’s Oldest Club for Artists
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Opportunity posted on: November 10, 2014