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2018 Member Virtual Exhibition

2018 FAEA Member Virtual Exhibition

The purpose of the Member Virtual Exhibition is to provide the opportunity for members to participate in a Statewide, juried competition of their peers.  FAEA proudly sponsors this exhibition to foster and encourage our members as working artists and we celebrate their accomplishments!  All jurors are professionals in the visual arts field with expertise in the evaluation of art work for exhibition.

Submissions for the 2018 Member Virtual Exhibition are being accepted through September 4, 2018. FAEA believes improving programs based on members' recommendations and the 2018 format will provide the best show to date with clear artistic expectations.

Submit Artwork (Open June 1, 2018)

2018 Member Virtual Exhibition Rules and Eligibility:

  • Artwork entered has been produced in the past two (2) years
  • Artwork that has appeared in a previous Member Virtual Exhibition is not eligible for submission
  • Artist’s name and/or signature should not be visible on the submission
  • Participating artist must be a current FAEA member
  • Cost per entry: $10
  • Maximum number of entries per member: 5
  • Entry categories:
    • Retired Member
    • Active Teaching K-12 Art Teacher Member
    • Active Supervisor/Higher Education/Museum Member

Artworks for the Member Virtual Exhibition are juried on a sliding scale. Works that are accepted for the Member Virtual Exhibition will have the designation of “excellent.” Works scoring in this range will demonstrate excellent intention, use of materials and technical ability to create expression within the artwork. The composition is original, imaginative and inventive. The work as a whole addresses complex visual or conceptual ideas with excellent success.

 

 

2017 Member Virtual Exhibition Accepted Entries

Congratulations to the 2017 FAEA Member Virtual Exhibition winners!

Join us in celebrating these outstanding artists and the 37 entries that qualified to be a part of the virtual exhibition. This year's reception will be held during conference at the St. Petersburg Museum of Fine Arts on Thursday, October 19th from 8:00-9:30pm.

 
Royal & Langnickel Brush Award
Christopher Roll
Dawn Over the High Peaks after photographer Carl Heilmen II
layered colored pencil on paper


Highwater Clays Award
Timothy Smith
Copper Matt Raku #1
wheel-thrown vase, Raku-fired, copper matt glaze


Dade Art Educators Association Award
Marilyn Proctor-Givens
Generational Legacy
Raku ceramic and mixed media


International Educational Programs Award
Kandy Lopez-Moreno
Gods
color pencil and liquid gold leaf


Nasco Award
Gerald Obregon
Beauty in Light and Shadow
oil on canvas board


American Educational Products Award
Catherine Rivera
When the Moon Fell Into the Sea
hand fused dichroic glass, silver, freshwater and biwa pearls, crystal


Pacon Corporation Award
Caroline Duran
Terra Nova
ceramic sculpture surfaced with acrylic paint


United Art & Education Award
Bridget Geiger
NYC Conference Eve
digital photo image


Blick Art Materials Award
Beverly Williams
Bird of Paradise
photography with computer manipulation


Imagination International, Inc. Award
Amiee Sarajian
On Overload
charcoal and graphite on mylar

2017 Prize Sponsors Included
  • American Educational Products
  • Blick Art Materials
  • Dade Art Educators Association
  • Highwater Clays
  • Imagination International, Inc.
  • International Education Programs
  • Nasco 
  • Pacon Corporation
  • Royal & Langnickel Brush
  • United Art & Education

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