Onsite exhibition by artists of Mamaroneck Artists Guild and Ground Glass
at Rye Arts Center
51 Milton Road, Rye, NY 10580
FORCES OF NATURE
Show Dates: May 15 – June 18, 2021
This exhibition is a juried selection of artists work on the theme of Forces of Nature. The juror is Jill Parry, artist and educator. The theme is a response to, and inspired by, the magnificent display of geodes in ”Nature’s Art ll” currently on exhibition in the main gallery at the Rye Arts Center (RAC). We are looking for artwork that will echo, relate to or be inspired by this theme. Artists will show how this theme can be conceptualized and expressed through their own interpretation and vision, in their chosen medium. A broad interpretation is encouraged to create a thought provoking exhibition.
The show will be shown online at https://mamaroneckartistsguild.org/
Online sign up by: April 28
Chosen work notifications by: May 4
Drop off at Rye Art Center: May 12, 9am – 7pm
Show Installation: May 13 – 14
Pick up work: June 18, 9am – 7pm
Opening Reception: TBD – depending on current restrictions for inside gatherings.
Regular MAG group show rules apply to enter the show:
- You must be juried in the media you wish to exhibit
- Membership dues must be paid in full
- 2D media accepted: painting, drawing, collage, printmaking, photography, mixed & water media
- Max width of artwork 30”
- All work will be shown at the Rye Art Center and on MAG website
- All work will be for sale (70% – artists / 20% – MAG / 10% – RAC)
- Artists set their own price; pieces should be wired and ready to hang
- Members may submit up to 3 pieces to this show
- Sign-in fees: $15 /1 piece, $20/2, $25/3
Steps to submit your work(s) for the show:
- Click for online sign-in here
- Click to upload your image here
If you have issues with the link, try to copy and paste it into your browser.
IMPORTANT: use this image naming convention lastname_firstname_title_size.jpeg
- Pay your sign-in fee via PayPal here
About the Juror:
Jill Parry is an artist and arts educator. She has curated two shows for the Rye Arts Center : Fiber Now and Figurative Interpretations. As an educator and artist she advises on a gallery board, consults on arts projects, teaches classes and workshops and runs critique groups for artists. Her passion for community arts projects has gained her many years of experience in jurying and hanging shows. As a teaching artist for ArtsWestchester, Jill has worked in many artist residencies. She recently received an award “50 for 50” for her contribution to the arts in Westchester.