Images 2020 Juried Exhibition

Images 2020 Juried Exhibition

This Deadline Expired: Friday, May 8, 2020

Images 2020 is a juried exhibition of drawings, paintings, mixed media, photography, hand-pulled prints, watercolors, fiber, paper, and digital art. The Images exhibition is open to artists whose primary residence is in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Artists of all ages are welcome, and they especially encourage enrolled students from ages 16 through 26 to apply. Artists enter the show by submitting digital images of work created in the last three years.  The entry deadline is May 8.

The exhibition will hang in Schlow Centre Region Library and the Kish Bank Expect More Store throughout the month of July.

The Library is located at 211 South Allen Street in downtown State College. Show hours in this space are the same as the library’s hours, generally 9 am – 8 pm on Mondays – Wednesdays; noon – 8 pm on Thursdays; 9 am – 6 pm on Fridays; and 9 am – 5 pm on Saturdays. The library is closed on Sundays.  There may be times when the work displayed in the Downsbrough Room is not accessible due to other library programming. To check the library’s hours, please call (814) 237-6236.

 

Kish Bank’s Expect More Store is located at 114 South Allen Street.  Show hours here are 9 am – 5 pm on Mondays through Fridays and 9 am – noon on Saturdays.  The bank is closed on Sundays.  Kish Bank will be sponsoring and hosting an Opening Reception on Downtown State College’s First Friday, July 3 from 5:30 – 8 pm.  All are welcome.

Approximately sixty works of art will be chosen by juror Emily Burns.  She will also award a minimum of $1,900 in prizes as follows: one Best of Show Award, sponsored by Kish Bank; four merit awards, sponsored by the Art Alliance of Central Pennsylvania, the Bellefonte Art Museum of Centre CountyGarbrick Shadle Insurance Company, and the State College Framing Company & Gallery; an award for best pastel, sponsored by the Central Pennsylvania Pastel Society; the William D. Davis Memorial Drawing Award, sponsored by the Sturtz-Davis family; and an award for best student submission, sponsored by the Schlow Library Foundation.

Award winners will be announced at the Awards Reception on Thursday, July 9 at 6:30 pm during the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts.  The Awards Reception will be sponsored by CBICC and hosted by Schlow Centre Region Library.

Members of the public will also be able to vote for a Viewers’ Choice Award, sponsored by Joyce Robinson & Norman Spivey, which will be announced at the close of the exhibition.

LEARN MORE AND APPLY HERE

Sharon Egan envisions her works as portable, personal devotional objects, her paintings are private delights for intimate domestic spaces.
Sharon Egan
Sharon Egan

Sharon Egan envisions her works as portable, personal devotional objects, her paintings are private delights for intimate…

Sharon Egan envisions her works as portable, personal devotional objects, her paintings are private delights for intimate domestic spaces. …

Sharon Egan envisions her works as portable, personal devotional objects, her paintings are private delights for intimate domestic spaces. …

Matthew Courtney
Matthew Courtney
Jim Brossy
Jim Brossy
My art is a psychological diary of my personal translation of the individual’s journey through life. It is a kind of fairytale; a story that teaches, both symbolic and narrative.
Rochelle Dinkin
Rochelle Dinkin

My art is a psychological diary of my personal translation of the individual’s journey through life. It is a kind of fairytale;…

My art is a psychological diary of my personal translation of the individual’s journey through life. It is a kind of fairytale; a story that teaches, both symbolic and narrative. …

My art is a psychological diary of my personal translation of the individual’s journey through life. It is a kind of fairytale; a story that teaches, both symbolic and narrative. …

"The forms from nature that I have drawn from for these sculptures are taken from insect life-segmented, hard shelled bodies, robotic and armor coated, yet able to instantly take flight. The large scale of these otherwise small creatures comes from reality and fantasy of the prehistoric world."
John W. Parker
John W. Parker

"The forms from nature that I have drawn from for these sculptures are taken from insect life-segmented, hard shelled…

"The forms from nature that I have drawn from for these sculptures are taken from insect life-segmented, hard shelled bodies, robotic and armor coated, yet able to instantly take flight. The large…

"The forms from nature that I have drawn from for these sculptures are taken from insect life-segmented, hard shelled bodies, robotic and armor coated, yet able to instantly take flight. The large scale of these otherwise…

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