Tuesday, July 18, 2017
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Wednesday, July 5, 2017
Dear Susan Harmon,
Thank you for submitting your wonderful works. We are pleased to feature your works in the international exhibition and publication, "Artist Statement #2."
The book “Artist Statement #2” will publish in paperback (black and white) and eBook. Two pages will be given to each artist (one page for an image and the other page for text) The book series will be available in major bookstores in Korea, and also in the United States and other countries via Amazon.
The exhibition will be held at the CICA Museum from September 22, 2017 to October 8, 2017, featuring photographs, paintings, video art, and installation works of artists worldwide.
Each artist may exhibit up to five images. Digital works and photographic documentation of physical/installation/performance works will be printed on 10x15 inch-photo papers, framed, and installed by our curators & assistants. Please let us know if you have works larger than 10×15 inches. Additional fees may apply.
The artist is responsible for the shipment and delivery of his/her physical work to and from CICA Museum, as well as all related expenses. A painting or a drawing should not be larger than 59 inch (1.5 m) on the longest length. A sculptural or installation piece should not be larger than 59x59x79 inches (1.5 x 1.5 x 2 m, w x l x h). The work that needs to be mounted on the wall should not exceed 10 kg.
Please confirm your participation via email & maintenance by 10:00 pm (UTC -05:00, Eastern time) July 5, 2017. Also, please indicate in the email which/how many works you would like to exhibit, and if you would like to ship the physical works or want us to print and frame the digital files.
Below are important dates and upcoming events:
* Submission of the Exhibition Agreement form and image files by 10:00 pm (UTC -05:00, Eastern time) July 12, 2017.
- Once you confirm your participation, we will send you the exhibition agreement guide with the exhibition schedule. Please read and fill out the exhibition agreement form and send us requested materials to “firstname.lastname@example.org.”
* Exhibition Dates: September 22, 2017 to October 8, 2017
* Expected publication date of “Artist Statement #2”: September 22, 2017
***The publication date is subject to change.
If you you have any question, please leave a message on our “Contact Us” page (http://cicamuseum.com/contact/) and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
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For James, Colored Rain.5'x4',mixed on canvas
Thursday, June 29, 2017
m: Colorida Art Gallery - Lisbon - Portugal <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, June 29, 2017 11:27 AMTo: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubject: Re: Colorida Art Gallery
Dear Susan Harmon,
Thank you for your message
We are interested in organizing an exhibition with some of your works at our Gallery in Lisbon (smaller works).
At first, we are thinking about showing just a few of them to see how the collectors react to them.
We can represent you for a two month period after the exhibition finishes and afterward, we see how the things go.
The representation period can be extended up to a year if the sales go well.
We have exhibition frames for works on paper, sizes: 100cm x 70cm, 70cm x 50cm, 50cm x 50cm, 50cm x 40cm.
Please find attached a draft of our consignment contract with all the information about doing an exhibition at Colorida Art Gallery.
The commission structure on the sale of art is 65% for the artist and 35% for the gallery.
Please feel free to contact us anytime if you have any doubts or questions.
Hoping to hear from you soon.
Monday, June 26, 2017
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Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Juror Gia Hamilton has selected your artwork for inclusion in our 30th Annual McNeese National Works on Paper Exhibition! Our guest juror, Gia Hamilton, performed the difficult task of carefully evaluating over 700 entries submitted by more than 275 artists. Submissions to our 30th Annual McNeese Works on Paper Competition represented a wide range of techniques and stylistic approaches. Ms. Hamilton narrowed the field down to 77 artworks for showcase in the Grand Gallery.
the girl in the box
“Painterly Expressions of an Artistic Couple” – David and Susan Harmon
Showing through 26 April, 2017 are recent paintings by husband and wife team David and Susan Harmon from Howard Payne University, Brownwood, Texas. The exhibition couldn’t demonstrate better the way two artists can paint extremely different works but also works that provide unity and a holistic environment in a single venue. Two of Susan’s large canvases cover over 17 feet on each side of the walls and zig-zag high and low because the canvas pieces were sewn together in irregular sections. By themselves, just the shapes are interesting, but then add color and the walls pop and attract passersby into the gallery to see more. Once inside, viewers experience the walls popping with smaller works created by David Harmon. Eighteen square panels don’t zig and zag but spiral and rotate with abstract thick slashes of blue tones. Eyes don’t stay focused but follow the continuation from one piece to another, hung at a variety of heights to exaggerate the effect.
David Harmon is Chair and Professor of Art at Howard Payne University and is presently working towards his PhD in Critical Studies at Texas Tech University. His MFA was earned at Penn State University. Susan is also studying at Texas Tech University for her MAE degree. Both Harmons have CVs that include long lists of juried, invitational, and solo exhibits, including many international venues. Each has a solid reputation based on many excellent conference presentations. Especially notable are the residencies, special events, and publications that each has participated in.
The current exhibit not only highlights painterly expressions of an artistic couple, but emphasizes two professional career paths woven together to facilitate a strong collaborative project.