Constructed Visions III

Constructed Visions III

This Deadline Expired: Saturday, July 4, 2020

Constructed Visions III is a national juried exhibition seeking artisans (object makers) of 3D or 2D contemporary fine craft or sculpture that highlight process-driven methods. The artistic product may be functional or nonfunctional, but the process, technique, and material must align with the intent or content of the piece. The St. Louis Artists’ Guild seeks artwork in wood, metal, paper, fiber, glass, clay, jewelry, encaustics, and printmaking as well as non-traditional materials.

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Juror: Casey Whittier

Casey Whittier received her BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute and MFA from the University of Colorado Boulder. Her work is often born from one of the following experiences: an indescribable feeling of excitement; a nagging contradiction of desire; a need to share something that she cannot yet explain; an obsession; a question or series of questions; a desire to respond to or reflect on a thought, feeling, or event; recognition of something poignant or absurd; misunderstandings.

Utilizing a variety of forming methods in glass and clay, Whittier reinterprets objects from her daily experience, unites the landscapes of her reality with the landscapes of daydreams, exploits the visceral qualities of the materials, and ponders the power of shared experience. The physical impressions that come through rolling, tearing, squishing, dipping, pushing, pinching, molding, casting, and scratching become representations of touch, of thought, of time spent.

Whittier is an advocate for community engagement through the arts. She teaches ceramics social practice at the Kansas City Art Institute. Whittier works from her home studio and serves as Vice President for Artaxis.org. Her work can be found at www.caseywhittier.com and www.palmpetals.com.

Important Dates:

Exhibition Dates: August 14th – September 12th, 2020

Entry Deadline: July 4th, 2020 at 11:59 pm

Artists’ Notification: On or before July 14th, 2020

Bradford White Fiske

Fiske employs metallic paints and iridescent pigments to establish a surface that suggests a depth that hints at elements…

Fiske employs metallic paints and iridescent pigments to establish a surface that suggests a depth that hints at elements not quite identifiable or understood…

Fiske employs metallic paints and iridescent pigments to establish a surface that suggests a depth that hints at elements not quite identifiable or understood…

Dganit Zauberman

As a native of Israel, Dganit grew up in a Kibbutz. She moved with her husband to the US in 1992. After years of creating…

As a native of Israel, Dganit grew up in a Kibbutz. She moved with her husband to the US in 1992. After years of creating art as a self-taught artist, she became a full time student at UNC Chapel Hill.…

As a native of Israel, Dganit grew up in a Kibbutz. She moved with her husband to the US in 1992. After years of creating art as a self-taught artist, she became a full time student at UNC Chapel Hill. Moving to Philadelphia,…

Jocelyn Gabrynowicz Hill

My art speaks to my preoccupations – the railroad and women.   I love the history and romanticism; the industry and vast…

My art speaks to my preoccupations – the railroad and women.   I love the history and romanticism; the industry and vast scope; the genius; the engineering, the maps, the way the tracks scar the earth. …

My art speaks to my preoccupations – the railroad and women.   I love the history and romanticism; the industry and vast scope; the genius; the engineering, the maps, the way the tracks scar the earth. …

Alice Gonglewski

Alice Gonglewski's work explores the symbolism of home both through her stick figure constructions, and meditative still…

Alice Gonglewski's work explores the symbolism of home both through her stick figure constructions, and meditative still life paintings.…

Alice Gonglewski's work explores the symbolism of home both through her stick figure constructions, and meditative still life paintings.…

Bill Brookover

Bill Brookover is a Philadelphia based printmaker who explores the colors textures and geometric structure of the world around…

Bill Brookover is a Philadelphia based printmaker who explores the colors textures and geometric structure of the world around him.…

Bill Brookover is a Philadelphia based printmaker who explores the colors textures and geometric structure of the world around him.…

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