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Onslow Art Society's 53rd Spring Art Show
Charity Valentine, Coordinator, Associate of Fine Arts at Pitt Community College received her BS in fine Art (Cum Laude) from Colorado State University in Pueblo and her MFA (Magna Cum Laude) from the School of Art & Design at East Carolina University.
Ms. Valentine is currently employed at Pitt County Community College where she has, since 2009, essentially built the school’s Fine Art program from scratch. In that time, she has developed a university transfer program that includes photography, painting, sculpture, drawing, metals, art history, design, printmaking, textiles, watercolor, computer art, and more. In four years, the program has grown from 35 students to almost 120.
In her personal work, Ms. Valentine is identified as a photographer, but prefers to define herself as a maker. While teaching several levels of photography at PCC, she also finds the time to conduct workshops in encaustic and pine-needle basket weaving, and has lately begun to work in metals - specifically enameling.
She has exhibited nationally in the Westmoreland Art Juried Show in Latrobe, PA, at Mills Pond House Gallery in St. James, NY, Slocumb Galleries in Johnson City, TN, and at Eagle Art Gallery in Murray, Kentucky. Regional exhibits include the Gregg Museum of Art & Design in Raleigh, Rocky Mount Arts Center, Community Council for the Arts in Kinston, and the Wellington B. Grey, Burroughs Welcome, and Emerge galleries in Greenville.
All art will be available for purchase unless designated NOT FOR SALE. OAS charges a commission of 25%
Eligibility: North Carolina Residents
North Carolina residents (ages 18 and over; excluding high school students) may submit up to three original works, executed within the last 3 years. Works previously shown in OAS shows are not eligible. All works must be the sole work of the artist.
Entries and Fees
Each artist may submit up to three works. A non-refundable entry fee of $25 for OAS members and $30 for non-members.
Payable to: Onslow Art Society
*Graphic (pastels, colored pencil, pen & ink, printmaking & pencil)
*3-D, including pottery
No reproductions, including giclee
No textile art
No stained Glass
To avoid having your work rejected, please read these rule carefully.
Work may not exceed 38 inches in any direction, which INCLUDES THE FRAME. Because of weight concerns, plexiglass is required on works larger than 30 inches on any side, this INCLUDES THE FRAME.
All work must be dry and suitably framed, wired (no cords or strings) and ready for hanging. Work with saw tooth or similar hanging will not be accepted.
No Nudes. The OAS reserves the right to refuse any work deemed unsuitable for the show.
Removing your work before the show ends forfeits your eligibility to enter future OAS show.
Onslow Art Society
130 Bosco Drive
Jacksonville, NC 28540
Phone (910) 455-1441
THE OAS SPRING SHOW IS HELD IN THE COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS BUILDING, 826 NEW BRIDGE STREET, JACKSONVILLECalendar**Receiving Dates
Sunday, March 30 - 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Monday, March 31 - 8:30am - 4:30pm
Reception & Awards
Sunday, April 6 at 2:30pm - 4:00PM
Pick up dates
Monday, April 28 - 8:30am - 4:30pm
Prizes$300 Claire Armstrong Award
Best in Show
$200 Claire Armstrong Award
$100 OAS Memorial Award
$75 (3) Awards of Excellence
$50 (3) Awards of Merit
Onslow County Artist Award - Frame Game Certificate
up to $3200.00 - Dr. Timothy Edwards Purchase Award
Honorable Mentions, awarded at Juror discretion
*Please note: Each entry may not win more than one award.*
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Dear Local Artists,
The Epiphany School of Global Studies is preparing for its Annual Gala and Auction “Be Inspired” to take place on Saturday, March 22 at the New Bern Riverfront Convention Center. The Gala and Auction is our only fundraising event that celebrates and builds support for the school and its mission rooted in - Bold Scholarship, Open Hearted-Faith and Global Citizenship. The Gala and Auction includes dinner, a silent auction, live entertainment and a live auction.
A portion of the proceeds from the Gala and Auction are offered in support of The Epiphany Open Door Diversity Scholarship. As its mission states, “The Open Door Scholarships provide opportunities for The Epiphany School of Global Studies to attract students with proven academic excellence in order to expand the cultural diversity of the school community.” Recipients of this scholarship are screened and selected on the basis of academic excellence, strength of character and financial need.
This year we would like to feature local and regional artists at our Open Door Scholarship silent auction table. Please consider donating your work in support of scholarship. Items donated will be beautifully displayed during the auction with the artists name and city of residence. Pieces will also be featured on the Epiphany Gala and Auction Facebook page prior to the event. This is a wonderful opportunity to support scholarship while promoting our local art community.
Please use the attached form to make your donation. Our auction committee will be happy to pick up your tax deductible donation at a time that is convenient for you, or it may be delivered to the school no later than March 10, 2014.
Thank you for your consideration. Please direct any questions or comments to Rhonda Bernthal, Director of Advancement and Public Affairs at 252.638.0122 ext. 123
With Warm Regards,
Director of Advancement and Public Affairs
Open Door Scholarship Committee Member
Call for Artists…… Fishing Art from the Ocean
Exhibit Dates: 5/10/14 - 7/3/14
Call for Artists: Carolina Artist Gallery invites North Carolina coastal and Raleigh area artists in all media to enter the Gallery’s exhibit “Fishing the Ocean for Art,” a Tribute to Morehead’s Annual Marlin Tournament & the Crystal Coast.
· This show pays tribute the to the Big Rock Tournament and its many contributions to this area.
· We also invite work that depicts local recreational and commercial fisherman.
· Work that conveys the unique characteristics and beauty of the coastal Carolina area.
Submission Deadline: no later than 4 pm, Sunday, May 4. Gallery hours: Wednesday - Saturday – 10AM – 5PM, Sunday – 12 PM to 5 PM. Phone 252-726-7550.
Opening Reception - Saturday May 10, 2014, showing through July 3, 2014
Eligibility: Open to all artists, over age 18, in all media.
Submission Guidelines: Size limitation – 24 x 36 gallery wrap or framed. No sawtooth hangers. All work must be the work of the entrant, original, framed, ready for hanging or display. All prints and photographs must be signed and numbered. No open edition prints or giclees will be accepted. All will be shown and must be available for purchase. Carolina Artist’s consignment fee is 30%.
Fees: Entry fee is $35 for 2 pieces.
Questions ---Susan Hamrick firstname.lastname@example.org
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