Celebrate! - Online Art Show - Guidelines
We seek your:
Painting • Photography • Multi-dimensional Art • Drawing • Graphic Arts
Let your artistic self decide what work in your repertoire reflects one of the many ways in which we celebrate art.
Let your artwork shine this season.
This will be the beginning of the holiday season. You are invited to offer your work for sale.
$400 in Cash Prizes
First Prize - $250 (Sponsored by H & L Tassinari Builders Inc.)
Second Prize - $100 (Sponsored by The Real Estate Market Center)
Third Prize - $50 (Sponsored by Palmer Pro Bike)
Honorable Mentions As many as our juror is inspired to award.
HOW TO JOIN IN
Enter online (preferred), or download an entry form and mail it in (see below)
Submit up to 2 pieces for the $15 entry fee. (Enter twice, if you wish to enter 3 or 4 pieces).
Artwork should be original work by the artist and not have been displayed in a prior
MAC show - online or physical.
E-mail your *.jpg image to firstname.lastname@example.org
*.jpg format - 1920px on the longest side - or at least, less than 4Mb each please.
Include your name (e.g. last-name_title-1.jpg), so that we may match your entry to your images.
Complete the Online Entry Form or Download a printable entry form and mail it in.
Although we ask for a Title for your artwork on the online entry form, you may change it when you e-mail your images. No problem. (Just once please! And indicate that you made a change.)
Entry now closed . . . Awards and Online Gallery coming soon.
Then watch for the 2021 Spring Art Exhibition and Sale.
Don't forget to e-mail your images to email@example.com
Pay your $15 entry fee
Pay by Credit Card / PayPal (used PayPal button for either)
or check made out to Monson Arts Council and mailed to:
MAC - Celebrate!, c/o Tim Denney, 94 Lakeside Drive, Monson MA 01057
$15 via Credit Card / PayPal
Our juror: Roc Goudreau
Roc Goudreau, creator of the Tree House Brewing Company logo, was born in Ware, Massachusetts where he started his art career at a young age. After studying painting with Elizabeth Howe Lincoln he went on to study drawing under Dean G. Keller at Lyme Academy of Fine Arts.
Over the years he has won numerous awards at various art shows for his drawings and paintings. During the last 40 years Roc has made a living as a professional artist. He has taught color theory and application techniques at the Northampton School of Design and is one of the founders of Workshop13, a non-profit cultural arts and learning center where he teaches various art classes including painting and drawing.
The selected prize winners will be posted as soon as the judging is completed. Roc Goudreau's decision will be final.
Watch this space!