2019 National Small Works Competition and Exhibition

2019 National Small Works Competition and Exhibition

This Deadline Expired: Saturday, June 15, 2019

*Deadline Extended: June 15, 2019*
The Washington Printmakers Gallery is pleased to exhibit outstanding prints, photos, and artist books by artists from across the United States in its 2019 National Small Works Exhibition from August 1 through 25, 2019. This annual juried exhibition, now in its twenty-second year, attracts an exciting range of entries in both traditional and experimental printmaking techniques including intaglio, relief, woodcut, linocut, Solarplate, serigraph, digital and photographic prints, plus three dimensional works with print components. Last year, the works on display were selected form 490 works submitted by 150 artists all over the country. The juror for this year’s exhibit is JD Talasek, Director of Cultural Programs for the National Academy of Sciences.
The first prize winner will receive a solo exhibition at Washington Printmakers Gallery in 2020.  The Washington Print Club, Dan Weldon, Dick Blick, Renaissance Graphic Arts, and Plaza Art Materials have contributed prizes to this exhibition.
Artists may submit up to four entries for a non-refundable entry fee of $35. Eligible entries include original pulled prints, digital prints, photographs, and 3-dimensional works, completed in the last two years, including book arts, with print components that are 100 square inches or less and a frame size of 256 square inches or less.  3D works are limited to 250 cubic inches.
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Justin Snow

Justin Snow is an InLiquid artist…

Justin Snow is an InLiquid artist…

Justin Snow is an InLiquid artist…

Nazanin Moghbeli

Works on paper using Iranian calligraphy techniques.…

Works on paper using Iranian calligraphy techniques.…

Works on paper using Iranian calligraphy techniques.…

Patti Dougherty (Jewelry)

The ever-changing seascape and creatures are the subjects, and I marvel at the minute details, textures, and movements. Through…

The ever-changing seascape and creatures are the subjects, and I marvel at the minute details, textures, and movements. Through my art, I visually capture an iconic creature engage viewers and remind them…

The ever-changing seascape and creatures are the subjects, and I marvel at the minute details, textures, and movements. Through my art, I visually capture an iconic creature engage viewers and remind them of our fragile marine…

Brian David Dennis

Transcendence is an important element in the artwork of Brian Dennis. He strives to capture the realm floating in my peripheral…

Transcendence is an important element in the artwork of Brian Dennis. He strives to capture the realm floating in my peripheral vision. Drawn to use common materials.…

Transcendence is an important element in the artwork of Brian Dennis. He strives to capture the realm floating in my peripheral vision. Drawn to use common materials.…

Lauren Sweeney
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