Connect! - Online Art Show - Guidelines
“Art is the language that connects and inspires us all.”
We seek your:
Painting • Sculpture • Photography • Drawing • Graphic Arts • Multi-dimensional Art
Let your artistic self decide what work in your repertoire reflects one of the many ways in which we connect with our world, with one another, with beauty, with rage. Use the language of art and share it.
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 The Magic Lantern Club, Monson, MA)
Second Prize - $100 (Sponsored by Eye Physicians of Northampton, MA)
Third Prize - $50 (Sponsored by Service Connection, Monson, MA)
Honorable Mentions As many as our juror, Debra Dunphy, is inspired to award.
HOW TO JOIN IN
Enter either on-line 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).
E-mail your *.jpg image to firstname.lastname@example.org
Include your name (as used on your entry form), so that we may match your entry to your images.
Entries and images to arrive by 6 pm Sept 30th (mailed or On-line)
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 entry forms, you can change it when you actually send in your images (just once). No problem.
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 - Connect!, c/o Tim Denney, 94 Lakeside Drive, Monson MA 01057
$15 via Credit Card / PayPal
Our juror: Debra Dunphy.
Debra Dunphy Art Studio in Holyoke is a center for learning on Race Street in Holyoke. Deb is a noted portrait artist and teacher, much beloved for her skill in teaching painting. Deb has studied with noted artist Paul Leveille, and has given art demonstrations throughout the region. She is an oil painter, an advocate of the Zorn palette, and guru for many artists in western Massachusetts.
The selected prize winners will be posted as soon as the judging is completed. Debra Dunphy's decision will be final.
Watch this space!