2016 Bryn Du Art Exhibition
MARCH 16 - MARCH 30, 2016
Full details available at: http://bryndu.com/brynduart
OPENING RECEPTION MARCH 16 7PM-9PM
The Bryn Du Art Exhibition is an annual juried exhibition featuring recent works by regional professional and non-professional artists of 2D and 3D art sponsored by the Village of Granville and held at the historic Bryn Du Mansion in Granville, Ohio.
CALL FOR ENTRIES
Entries are now being accepted by close of business January 15, 2016.
January 15: Deadline postmark for submissions received by mail
January 15: Deadline for online and hand-delivered entries
February 15: Artist acceptance notifications sent by e-mail
March 13: Accepted works delivered between 12pm and 1:30pm
March 16: Artist Opening Reception from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. All artists are encouraged to attend. Most sales are made on this evening.
March 16 through March 30: Exhibition open to the public
March 30: Exhibition closes at 7pm
March 31: Artists pick up works from 11 am to 2 pm, and 5pm to 7pm
JUROR: KAREN SNOUFFER
Karen Snouffer's art processes concentrate on mixed-media and installation, exploring themes of identity, history and place, and how these topics intersect in studio practices. In addition to her individual work, she has collaborated with poets, dancers, sculptors and new media artists. Due to her past experience with improvistational dance, movement--both visual and psychological--continues to infuse her work. She has exhibited nationally at Art Center South Florida, Miami; The Work Space, New York; Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art; Hallwalls, Buffalo; Weston Art Gallery, Cincinnati; Hammond-Harkins Gallery, Columbus, OH; Evansville Art Museum, Evansville, IN; Poor Dog Space, Los Angeles; Soo Visual Arts Center, Minneapolis; and internationally at La Médiathèque, Epernay, France; and Gallerie Cardo, Reims, France. She is a former fellow of the Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, and a past Artist-in-Residence at Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito. Snouffer is a recipient of six fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council; a Great Lakes College Association New Directions Initiative; numerous Kenyon College faculty development grants; and a McGregor Foundation Global Exchange Grant, supporting travel and research in rural France. Her work has been published in three books: The Next Hedgerow; Love Life; Love Life: Memory and Nature at Play; and Somatic Principles and Dance.
She received her BS in Education and MFA from The Ohio State University. She teaches painting, drawing, and multi-media classes at Kenyon College with a studio and residence in Gambier, Ohio.
For the first time, a companion juried PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT will be displayed on the same schedule. Tim Black, a professional photographer is the Juror for this. There will be First, Second and Third cash prizes awarded. Submitting photographers should select “Photographer” on the entry form.
EMERGING ARTIST AWARD
This is a self-identifying category. Please select “Emerging Artist” on your entry form to be considered in this category.
The definition for an Emerging Artist: The candidate shows obvious accomplishment in the their media and has both the discipline and aspiration to become a professional artist. This artist will have some evidence of professional acheivement but is not yet recognized as established. This artist is still finding his/her voice.
The Emerging Artist award includes a roundtable with professional working artists, possible exhibit opportunities, and other support.