Public is Welcome
Show Description - Phantasmagoria: the intersection of fantasy and reality. As Vincent Van Gogh once said: “I dream my painting and I paint my dream.” Works submitted for this show will express the psychological underpinnings of perception and representation.
"The Dream" by Henri Rousseau
Juror and Featured Artist - Mary Benton
Pick up at Closing : Sunday-Monday, November 2 & 3 from 4:00-6:00 p.m.
If you have any questions about this show, please contact Show Chair Ann McKee at firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Art
The Great (Conserved) Outdoors
November 6 - 30
Thurs through Sunday, 12 to 5 pm
Open, Juried Show
"First Tracks" by Tom Gilmore
Show: The Great (Conserved) Outdoors
The Fall Photo Show is designed to encourage entrants for this show to get outside and explore the many land trusts and conservation areas around Southern Maine and bring back photos of the land, the shore, the wildlife, or their family enjoying these spaces. Photographs taken from any National/State Park or other natural and unspoiled area are also acceptable.
Juror: Tim Gaudreau
Media: Photography Only
Show Dates: November 6 - 30, Thurs to Sun, 12- 5 pm
Opening Reception: Friday, November 7, from 5-7 pm
Show Fees: $10 for members for 3 pieces. Non-refundable
Drop Off Dates: Sunday & Monday, Nov 2 - 3 from 4 - 6 pm
Pick up Date (for non-accepted art): Tuesday, Nov 4, from 4 to 6 pm.
Pick Up at Closing: Sunday & Monday, November 30 & December 1 from 4 - 6 pm
Open to Members and Non-Members
Entry fees are non-refundable - $25 for non-members, $10 for members.
Artists may submit up to 3 original pieces.
Biography: Juror Tim Gaudreau
Eco-artist Tim Gaudreau is passionate about the environment and the interconnections between people and nature. His work combines photography, video, new-media, graphics, and sculpture with humor and irony to create collaborations that advocate for a greater awareness of eco-issues and empowerment. His work initiates dialogue about social and environmental issues and serves as an entryway to improve our relationship to Nature and consider each individual impact.
Gaudreau completed his Master of Fine Arts degree in interdisciplinary studio art and critical theory through the intensive program at the Maine College of Art in 2002. Gaudreau’s photography and design background grew from a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of New Hampshire completed in 1992.
All works must be for sale and YAA receives a 30% commission on all sales.
Show agreement and label forms can be found on the YAA website (Click on SHOWS then SHOW FORMS). Forms will also be available at the gallery but completing them in advance will save time during intake. Please visit the website for hanging guidelines.
Note: Volunteers are needed to gallery sit on Thursdays and Fridays. This can be done on Sign up Genius, which will show up on your email, or at time of intake. Without volunteers the gallery cannot open on Thursdays and Fridays.
If you have any questions about this show, please contact Tom Gilmore at Tom Gilmore at email@example.com