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2020 Member Virtual Exhibition

FAEA Member Virtual Exhibition Overview

The 2020 Member Virtual Exhibition submission deadline closes September 14. 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 artwork for exhibition.

2020 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. 

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Congratulations to the 2019 Member Virtual Exhibition Winners!

Please join FAEA in congratulating our members whose works are featured in the 2019 Member Virtual Exhibition!

 View the list of accepted artworks for the 2019 Member Virtual Exhibition.

Highwater Clays Award
Vadim Malkin
The Daily Juggle
wheel-thrown and handbuilt ceramic with glaze and underglaze


United Art & Education Award
Bridget Geiger
twined wax linen basket vessel


Blick Art Materials Award
Daniele Gabriel
The Watchers
etching and pastel


Triarco Arts & Crafts Award
Robin Lemo
I pledge allegiance to these United Divided States
stoneware and underglaze


Dade Art Educators Association Award
Catherine Rivera
Swept Away
silver, fused glass, freshwater pearls, and wire mesh necklace


Nasco Award
Anna Reynolds-Patterson
Chapel Oak
copperplate etching


Gelli Arts Award
Julie TerHaar
Ellijay River
oil and liquin glazes


Dixon Ticonderoga Award
Cassia Kite
The Kite House, Young Howard on the East Lawn, c.1910
thread and fabric on canvas

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