An all media juried exhibit exploring the details of imagery.
Artists explore the details of imagery in their artwork. For some, this means perhaps zooming in on an area showing great detail or subject matter that has great detail overall. For others it is a focus on texture or the technique of macro photography. The theme was open to interpretation by the artists and was open to any medium, 2D or 3D.
The Juried Artists:
Detail of "Making a Mountain Out of Molecules" by Christine Kurtz Casten.
(First Place, Focus on the Details, 2014)
Juror Bob Langnas is a printmaker, painter, and mixed-media artist. Much of his studio work deals with the theme of entropy and its societal implications. He received his Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1991. He has also studied at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design and the Philadelphia College of Art (University of the Arts).
Langnas has an extensive exhibition record and has judged approximately 30 shows. He has served on the Special Exhibitions Committee of the St. Louis Artists’ Guild and on the Forums Committee of Art St. Louis. In addition, he has been a member of the Foundry Art Centre's (St. Charles, MO) Artists' Advisory Board since its inception.
He has been a full-time faculty member in the nationally-accredited art department at St. Louis Community College’s Florissant Valley campus since 2000. Prior to taking that position he taught at Culver-Stockton College (Canton, MO) and Delaware County Community College (Media, PA). Since 1990 he has taught all levels of drawing, design, painting, printmaking, illustration, and art history. He has also given numerous art-themed lectures and workshops to community and academic groups over the years.
Upcoming Calls for Entry
Thresholds (all media)
Aug 31 - Oct 11
Entries Due: Aug 24 - 26
Heritage and History (all media)
Dec 7 - Jan 17
Entries Due: Nov 30 - Dec 2
Beyond the Lens XIII
(Annual Photography Exhibit)
Jan 25 - March 7
Entries Due: Jan 18 - 20
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