Friday, May 21, 2010

Call to Arts Texas Sculpture Association

Texas Sculpture Association

Andrew Bachenheimer
Cassandra Fink
Stephen Potter
Vice President
(214) 559-6125
(214) 327-2436
(214) 352-3844

Artist News & Opportunities Newsletter May 21, 2010

Texas Sculpture Association 2010 Membership Show
Call to Entries
An Exhibition at The aLoft Hotel
1033 Young St, Dallas, TX 75202
July 19 - August 27, 2010
Artists’ Reception Friday, July 23, 2010, 6 - 9 p.m.

please note: Entry Deadline: June 30
for questions contact: Stephen Potter,, 214-534-4223 or Deana Hinchcliff,, 214-738-6893.
RECEPTION: Friday, July 23, 6-9pm

If you would like to have your digital pictures considered for the show postcard or new TSA brochure currently under construction, they must be high quality 300 dpi .JPG digital pictures.

The Member Show Call to Entry was sent to the membership by email on May 14 and should be arriving by mail shortly.

From the Prez – Andrew Bachenheimer

The Nasher Sculpture Center welcomes local artists!

The Nasher Sculpture Center introduces a new membership level exclusively for professional artists. The Artist Circle offers all benefits of regular membership, such as year-round admission for two adults, invitations to exhibition opening receptions, parking at the DMA, discounted tickets to special events, subscription to the tri-annual newsletter and more – all for only $50 (that’s a $25 discount.) To join the Nasher today, call the Membership Department at 214.242.5151 and mention you’re part of the Texas Sculpture Association.

Any questions – contact Andy – or 214-559-6125

Member News – Sussan Afrasiabian
"The Naturalists" by Sussan Afrasiabian, Shari Hornish, Sunny Jacquet, and Brenda McKinney at the Art Center of Plano - May 21 : 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM 1039 East 15th St., Plano, Tx 75074

Member News – Elizabeth “Sissy” Bingham
“Obsession”, Creative Arts Centers Juried Membership Spring Show
Cedars Art Gallery
Opening reception May 21st 7-9 pm
Show dates May 21st – June 6th

Cedars Art Gallery
1114 South Akard
Dallas, TX 75215
Juried by: Eliseo Garcia, DeDe Barr and Lisa Taylor
“World Wind” (fused glass piece) was selected out of 85 entries. Twenty four pieces were selected for this show.

May 23rd, White Rock Garden & Artisans Tour 11:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Beautiful gardens with wonderful artists featured in Forest Hills,
Little Forest Hills and Casa Linda Estates

Member News – Connie Chantilis

Connie Chantilis just won a Juror’s Choice Award in the Society of American Mosaic Artists’ Mosaic Arts International 2010 exhibit for her large-scale installation grotto.

“We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. We are in awe of mosaics that fit perfectly into their environments. In order for that bit of magic to happen, there has to be a happy—and intelligent—convergence of the right vision with the right design and the right materials.”
—Mosaic Arts Now

To read more about the project, visit the Mosaic art Now blog,

All the best,

Member News – Creative Art Center

“Obsession” Features Sculpture, Mosaic, Glass, Mixed Media at Cedars Art Gallery

Event: The Creative Arts Center of Dallas (CAC), a nonprofit community arts organization and
school of visual arts geared to beginning, emerging and working artists, presents its juried spring
membership show Obsession May 21 through June 6 at the Cedars Art Gallery in the Dallas Cedars Art District. The juried show is as varied as the classes offered at CAC, including several works of sculpture, mosaic, fused glass, painting, photography and mixed media.

Artists: Those exhibiting in the show are: Sharon Lopez Ashby, Elizabeth Bingham, Rebecca Collins,
Andie Comini, Ana Paula Espindole, Merry Fuhrer, Cynthia Hale, Nick Harroun, Nathan Madrid, Ashley Mast, Andy Morris, Sandy Mozur, Caroline Ometz, Robert Pollock, Alan Robertson, Sharon Shero, Dean Stith and David Stover.

Jurors: Lisa Taylor, Executive Director of Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA), Eliseo Garcia,
sculptor, and DeDe Barr, painter and gallery manager of the Cedars Art Gallery.

When: Tuesdays through Sundays, May 21 though June 6, from 10am to 5pm Tuesday –
Saturday and noon – 4pm on Sundays. The opening reception will be Friday, May 21 at 7pm.

Where: Cedars Art Gallery, 1114 S Akard, Dallas, TX, 75215, 214-421-2982.

Member News – Bob Coffee

AUSTIN SCULPTOR ELECTED “SIGNATURE MEMBER” OF AMERICAN PLAINS ARTISTSAt its spring meeting the American Plains Artists elected Austin Sculptor, Bob Coffee, to “Signature Member“ status. The APA seeks to educate the public about the American Plains region thru representational art work. The organization maintains a limit of 30 Signature Members.
Coffee’s 2010 exhibits include “Cactus, Cattle & Canyons” at the Kerrville Art Center, “All Gods Creatures”, a solo show at Austin’s First Presbyterian Church, “Art by Architects” at the Austin AIA Gallery, “Images of Spirit - Voices of Faith” at the Austin Presbyterian Seminary, and “Tomfoolery”, a 4 sculptors’ exhibit at the Austin Playhouse. His juried shows include the Texas Society of Sculptors shows at the LBJ Wildflower Center, the Georgetown Library and the Live Oak Art Center in Columbus, Texas; the “Up the Chisholm Trail” exhibit in Vernon, Texas, and the National Sculpture Society’s Annual Membership Exhibit at Brookgreen Gardens in South Carolina.

Member News – Jennifer Culbertson

Dear Artists,
Two exciting events are in the works for artists in the 2011 Fine Art in Dallas Book!

1.) A juried two week exhibition at Alan Barnes Fine Art Gallery in the Design District which will coincide with the 2011 Preview Party in November.

2.) A four week exhibition at Third Space Next to Neiman-Marcus downtown. Date to be announced.

Pages in the book are filling up, so if you haven't sent in your release to secure your place.... now is the time!

One of our own, Anthony Schurba, has recently been diagnosed with cancer and is currently a patient at Parkland Hospital. The prognosis, while uncertain, is not promising. Anthony wants to have a do or die show and has asked me to organize it. I am touched by his request and am extending an invitation to anyone who would like to be a part of this extraordinary event to please let me know. Rachel Davis of OldfieldDavis Gallery will host the event. Plans are underway, as are our prayers.

2 1 4. 7 3 9. 4 7 7 5
Art awakens, engages, instructs, broadens,
defines, and restores our humanity.
All civilizations are evaluated by their
willingness to value and support the arts

There are a number of exciting events in the works this year for artists in the 2011 Fine Art in Dallas engagement book. Alan Barnes Fine Art has agreed to do a juried show of artists in the upcoming book and
Third Space Gallery has offered to do a show of all the 2011 book artists. Just two more reasons to get your releases in ASAP! The Kitchen Source was so pleased with the preview party last year, they have asked to host it again. We had 10 primetime commercials on WRR about the event, in addition to coverage by many Dallas area blogs.
Benefits include: One page per Artist work / photographing your piece.
• Artist listing in Directory
• Delivery to 14,000+ targeted homes
• Artist Parties throughout the year
• Book Preview party
• Multiple opportunities to exhibit/show art locally
• CityArtCal art awards for local art students
• Exposure in US/abroad –CityArtCal website w/links
• Additional 3000-5000 books to artists, galleries, VIP’s/ retail
• Markets your work year round!

Member News – Eliseo Garcia

Member News – Chris Lattanzio

Artist Talk by Chris Lattanzio at Dahlia Woods Gallery, Thurs. May 27 @ 7 pm
On Thursday evening May 27 at 7 p.m. please join us at Dahlia Woods Gallery when Dallas artist Chris Lattanzio will discuss the inspiration for and the techniques used to create his scintillating 3-dimensional LED-illuminated line sculptures.
The current show at Dahlia Woods Gallery of Chris Lattanzio’s brilliantly illuminated wall sculptures has been getting rave reviews in the Dallas art scene press.

June Mattingly, in her art blog regularmain, called Lattanzio’s LED-lit bas-reliefs “knockout” and “eliciting out loud responses like Whoa! from guests at his recent opening.”
Art+Culture dfw Magazine called Lattanzio’s work “compelling and well executed.”

So please drop by Dahlia Woods Gallery on Thursday, May 27 at 7 p.m. to learn the inside scoop about this amazing artist and his eye-dazzling work.

The Dahlia Woods Gallery is located at 600 Cantegral Street, Dallas, TX 75204, just off Live Oak behind the Latino Cultural Center, one block up from Good Latimer.
The hours of the Dahlia Woods Gallery are: Thursday/Friday/Saturday, 11:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Tuesday/Wednesday by appointment. The Dahlia Woods Gallery is a member of the Dallas Art Dealers' Association (DADA).
Jonathan Woods
Managing Director
Dahlia Woods Gallery

Member News – Nan Phillips

Arts Incubator of Richardson (AIR) got off to a great start with its kickoff weekend at the Renaissance Hotel during the Wildflower Festival weekend in Richardson. I offer a huge “thank you” to John Klukan, general manager of the Renaissance Hotel, Richardson, and AIR advisory board member, who generously donated the booth space. John believes in promoting the arts and had some interesting discussions with TSA members about hosting potential TSA shows.

AIR is a non-profit organization whose goal is to open a center for the Performing and Visual Arts in Richardson. AIR recognizes the importance of combining the arts and business, and the future center will become a home for vocal and instrumental groups for both rehearsals and performances; live theater; studio space and teaching space for artists; gallery space for local artists’ work; dance studio space; conference rooms for business meetings, and hopefully many other opportunities.

Become a fan of AIR on Facebook and keep abreast on opportunities to become involved in creating a much-needed home for the arts in the north-40.

Member News – Lottie Minick

Date: Sunday, May 23, 2010
Time: 11:00am - 5:00pm
Location: Forest Hills, Little Forest Hills, Casa Linda Estates
Join us Sunday, May 23th, from 11:00 to 5:00 pm for the 9th annual White Rock East Garden & Artisans Tour. The tour encompasses Forest Hills, Little Forest Hills and Casa Linda Estates. Each neighborhood features three gardens with local artists showcasing their art and a plant sale next to one of the gardens. The White Rock East Garden & Artisans Tour charges a minimal $5.00 admission fee. Children under 12 free. Proceeds from admission, raffle sales, plant sales and donations are divided between the three neighborhoods and designated for beautification. Brochures with maps will be provided at each garden location.Go to for list of gardens and map.For further information closer to tour time go

Member News – Gisela-Heidi Strunck and Jurgen Strunck
Haley-Henman Gallery
Join us for a conversationwithGisela-Heidi Strunck and Jürgen StrunckSaturday and Sunday, May 22 & 23 @ 4pmandThe International Community's Premier of the Manjushree Dance by Dikchhya BhattaSunday, May 23 @ 7pm, please be punctual for this special performance
The conversations at Haley-Henman celebrate art as a process of engagement that encourages the interplay of what we recognize and what we know. Your participation is an important part of this process. Conversations are casual and celebrate the artists.The special premier of the Manjushree Dance by Dikcchya Bhatta will begin at 7 pm. Including the time for the introduction, the dance itself, and a brief question and answer period, the event will be no longer than 30 minutes.
Gisela-Heidi Strunck Juergen StrunckPath Harmony, 2009 FHH-6, 2009 43 x 13 3/4 x 8 inches 27 x 27 inches, image sizeredheart, mahogany, lacewood, oak, alder, ink on Japanese fibermaple, gonzalo alves, birch, copper, aluminum, relief printclay, pvc, glass, metallic floss, acrylicContact Informationphone: 214-749-1277
Member News – Linda ThiemannMay 2 – May 30
Linda’s fiber artwork “Metamorphosis of the Pink Thing” is on display at the Texas Museum of Fiber Arts’ “Texas – A Blending of Cultures” Show at:
The Mexican American Cultural Center600 River St., Austin, TXM-Th 10–9, Fr 10-5:30, Sat 10-4

Artist Opportunity – Irving Arts Center & Irving Art AssociationMay 22 – June 26Opening Reception & Awards Ceremony May 23, 2 – 5 p.m.

Please join the Irving Arts Center & Irving Art Association in celebration at the opening of the 25th Texas & Neighbors Regional Art Exhibit
May 23 – June 26
Irving Arts Center Main Gallery

Artist Opportunity – Call for Entries – Leon County Art Trails/Jewett Economic Development Corp. Art Exhibit, Jewett, Tx

My name is Becky J. Hughes and I am the President of Jewett Economic Development Corp. in Jewett, Texas.
The JEDC is interested in getting (12) art sculptures to help promote the City of Jewett and give artists an opportunity to display their sculptures. TSA member Terry Jones suggested I contact TSA with a Call for Entries to help promote us in our request for artists and their sculpture. If you have any questions please contact me via e-mail BJFARMS@YAHOO.COM or cell 979-255-4697 or you can contact Terry Jones.Thank you for your time in this matter,
Becky J. Hughes
President of JEDC
The Leon County Art Trails/Jewett Economic Development Corp. is having their First Annual Art Exhibits in Jewett. Texas. Jewett is located in Leon County between Houston and Dallas. The City of Jewett is located at the crossroads of Hwy 39 and Hwy 79.
Application are now being taken from TSA, TSOS and other Artists to display their outdoor art sculpture that is at least three feet tall (3’) and promote the City of Jewett for a (1) year placement. Upon placement a $300 stipends will be given to each of the 12 selected artists.
A donation from Cattle Country for a $300 Best of Show award will be awarded by vote in the City of Jewett.

If you are not ready to participate in 2010, this will be an on-going project with annual art placement.

Is Calling for Entries!!!!

1. 12 sculptures selected for (1) year placement in City of Jewett
Jewett* 2. $300 Best of Show Awarded
3. Voting for Best of Show will be held in
City of Jewett
4. Ribbon for each entrant
5. Application fee of $30 and (3) 3x5 or larger
pictures must be submitted by July 25

6. Winning artist will be notified by August 1

7. Installation of outdoor sculptures will be
from August 1 –14, 2010

For more information call Becky J. Hughes 979-255-4697 or
Terry Jones 903 208-0091 Application can be downloaded

Artist Opportunity – Call to Entries – Exhibit A – Web Gallery
Entry Deadline: June 1

upcoming deadline of june 1, 2010 - submit your best work today!Awards Include:"Emerging Photographer of the Year" receives $5,000 AUD 1st place winners in each category receive $1,000 AUDPeople's Choice Awards and Honorable Mentions
Categories:Fine Art, Photojournalism, Advertising and Portrait
Sydney Exhibition and International Publicity:Photographs from the 1st place winners in each category will be exhibited at a prestigious exhibition in Sydney, Australia.
Winning Work Featured by Le Book:The 'Emerging Photographer of the Year' and the 1st place winners in each category will also be featured on the Le Book website.

Artist Opportunity – Fictional Art Exhibit at the Bath House, Dallas
Entry Deadline: Wednesday, June 16

Fictional Entries Deadline: All entries must be received by 5:00 PM,Wednesday, June 16, 2010
The Bath House Cultural Center is seeking artwork for its upcoming art exhibition, Fictional, a collaborative project between the Bath House gallery and the 12th Annual Festival of Independent Theatres (FIT).
In the same spirit as FIT, which strives to celebrate the talent of local independent theatre companies, the exhibition Fictional also has as its main goal to provide a showcase for the innovative, transcendent, and thriving art created by local and regional visual artists.
The themes of the exhibition derive from basic aspects of the plot of each of the 8 one-act plays that are being presented during FIT in 2010.
To download a full copy of the exhibition prospectus, please visit the Bath House Cultural Center's News Center at (Word and PDF documents dated 5/15/2010). Please contact exhibition curator, Enrique Fernández Cervantes, at 214-670-8723 or if you have any questions.
We look forward to receiving your entries.
Artist Opportunity – TVAA Exhibition, Deep in the Art of TexasDeadline: June 22Capture the spirit of Texas on canvas or paper, in sculpture, or through the camera lens…Deep in the Art of Texas is the theme for the July TVAA Exhibition. Maybe the landscape of Texas, an old honky-tonk located in a small Texas town, Texas longhorns, the State Fair of Texas, the people of Texas, a rodeo scene, the hustle and bustle of Dallas, or the Texas architecture inspires you. Mixed media, photography, sculpture, watercolor, pastel, oil, or acrylic…whatever your medium of choice, submit your creative works of art for the Deep in the Art of Texas Exhibit. Inspiration for this show is as big as the state of Texas!
The curator for this show will be Kay Wyne ( The deadline for entry into the show (with a jpg to the curator) is June 22, 2009. The entry form can be downloaded from the TVAA website.
Jpgs due to curator: June 22
Acceptance Notifications sent: June 25
Deliver work to Gallery: June 30 11 am – 1 pm
Hanging: June 30 1 pm – 4 pm
Gallery opens to public: July 1
Reception: July 11 2 pm – 4 pm
Pick up: July 31 11 am – 1 pm
Eligibility: Dues-paid member of TVAA, or a paid member of organization exhibiting at Gallery. TVAA membership form can be downloaded from Membership fee is payable to TVAA. Hanging fee ($5) to TVAA Gallery. All entries must be created within the last two years.

Artist Opportunity – Call to Entries – Melting Pot – Eclectic Expressions Gallery, ArlingtonEntry Deadline: Wednesday, June 30
Don't forget to send in your entries for the Melting Pot
Call for artists - Entry deadline June 1
I couldn't close without a reminder about Melting Pot, a juried exhibition to celebrate the cultural diversity and richness in the U.S. Information and entry form are on Eclectic Expressions website and as an event on my Facebook.

Entries are due no later than June 1. The exhibition will open Wednesday, June 30 to avoid the July 4 weekend.

Open call to artists for Melting Pot juried exhibition. Prospectus and entry on website at this link.
Eclectic Expressions Event Page

Artist Opportunity – Call to Entries – Big Medium 2011 Texas Biennial, Austin
Entry Deadline: July 15
An independent survey of contemporary Texas art CALL FOR ART: May 15th-July 15th, 2010 Austin, Texas, May 10th, 2010 - Big Medium is happy to announce the 2011 Texas Biennial open Call for Art. As an independent survey of contemporary art in Texas, the 2011 Biennial is an opportunity to investigate current art-making in Texas and promote the incredible innovation happening within our great state. We are also please to announce New York based art historian Virginia Rutledge as this year's curator. In the same independent spirit as years past, the 2011 Biennial will encourage a dialogue amongst artists, curators, writers and art lovers alike that will echo throughout the run of the 4th Biennial exhibition and beyond. The 2011 Biennial will be held in Austin, Texas. Starting May 15th, 2010 and running until July 15th, 2010, the Texas Biennial will be accepting submissions from artists living and working in Texas via All entries will be digitally submitted online and artists of all medias are encouraged to apply. Detailed submission instructions can be found on our website. 2011 Texas Biennial Calendar: Call for Entries Dates: May 15th – July 15th, 2010 Exhibition Dates: April - May 2011
Eligibility Open to artists of all mediums who are living and working in Texas. Submission Fees $20 Submission fee per entry 5 works may be submitted per entry. Each work may be represented by three different views, which will be counted as a single work. About the 2011 Biennial Texas Biennial Curator: Virginia Rutledge is an art historian and attorney based in New York City. Formerly an exhibition associate at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, she also has worked as an independent curator and arts adviser. She speaks frequently on art and art-related legal issues, and has written on these subjects for Art in America, Bookforum and Artforum. As a lawyer, Virginia has experience across many sectors of the media and content industries, in both commercial and non-profit contexts. She began her legal career at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP, representing major clients including Time Warner Inc. and Warner Music Group, as well as the Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance. From Cravath she joined the San Francisco-based nonprofit, Creative Commons, as Vice President and General Counsel, serving as lead legal advisor and working on strategic development. Her current private practice focuses on advising artists, authors, cultural organizations, collectors and dealers on intellectual property, transactions and new enterprises. Virginia is a member of the New York State Bar, and chairs the Art Law Committee of the New York City Bar Association. She holds a J.D. from the University of California at Berkeley School of Law (Boalt Hall), and an M. Phil. in Art History from the City University of New York's Graduate School and University Center. Please send questions to, or visit for more information.
Artist Opportunity – Call to Entries – Unconditional Love – Juried Pet Art Show at the Jaycee Park Center for the ArtsEntry Deadline: July 19
Our first Pet Art Show was an outstanding success! IAA will hold the Unconditional Love - 2nd Annual Juried Pet Art Show 2010 at the Jaycee Park Center for the Arts. It is open to all artists 18 and older living in Texas.
A pet is considered to be a domestic animal that is cared for daily and shows you unconditional love. Not animals in a field or wildlife. Examples of pets are dogs, cats, rabbits, hamsters, gerbils, parrots, parakeets, fish in your home aquarium, ferrets, etc.
Works must be original and must not be copies of other artist’s work (including photographs) and must not be a series or part of a series. Computer generated and offset printed works are ineligible.
Works must classify in one of the following categories: -Oil or Acrylic on canvas. -Water media on paper. -Mixed media - collage, calligraphy, handpulled prints or the use of two or more mediums. Collage must incorporate two dimensional, self-created elements. -Drawing - includes Pastel, Color Pencil, Graphite, Ink, Silver, Gold, Conté Crayon, hand-pulled graphics, etc. -Photography / Sculpture
Artist Opportunity – Call to Entries – Third Coast National Juried Exhibition, Corpus Christi
The Third Coast National is a non-thematic, juried exhibition of new, innovative and interesting contemporary artwork from all across the United States. Artists 18+ living in the USA may enter. All visual art forms and media are acceptable. Juror, Trenton Doyle Hancock, lives and works in Houston where he was a 2002 Core Artist at the Glassell School of Art. He has been featured in the 2000 and 2002 Whitney Biennial exhibitions and has also participated in the PBS art series: Art 21. Trenton's work can be seen all over the United States and most recently he has worked on projects in Europe and Asia. Awards: Cash awards for the Erick Schaudies Memorial Award for Best of Show and for 2nd and 3rd places in 2D and 3D works. Entry Fee: 30.00 for non-members and 25.00 for members for up to 3 works of art. Additional entries are 5.00 each. Entry fee can be paid online through PayPal from our website or by check or money order. For complete information and a Third Coast National prospectus, please visit our website at: We can also be contacted at: 361-887-6834 or K Space Contemporary, 415 D Starr Street, Corpus Christi, TX 78403
Artist Opportunity – Call to Artists – Berkner BazaarEntry Deadline: August 1
Dear Prospective Berkner Bazaar Vendor,

The Berkner High School PTA will host the 2010 Berkner Bazaar Holiday Craft and Gift Show on Saturday, November 20th and Sunday, November 21st, 2010, at Berkner High School, 1600 E. Spring Valley Road, Richardson, TX 75081. The BHS PTA is committed to a quality annual event for our community. We invite you to apply to become one of the unique, quality vendors that will make Berkner Bazaar a successful event this year and for many years to come.

Debi Curley
2010 Berkner Bazaar Chairman

Shari Murphy
2010 Vendor Chairman

The vendor letter is up on the web site.
Here is a direct link:
Artist Opportunity – Call to Artists – Art For The Heart Benefitting C.O.T.A for Gabby Iezzi

Art For The Heart Benefitting C.O.T.A for Gabby Iezzi

Date: Sunday, September 26, 2010 – 3-6PM
Patron Reception: Sunday, September 26, 2010 2-3PM

Art for the Heart benefits the Children’s Organ Transplant Association for Gabby Iezzi.
Diagnosed with Dilated Cardiomyopathy at the age of 20 months, Gabby was given a life-saving heart transplant on March 6, 2007 at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston. She currently undergoes testing and prevention for rejection and other possible side effects. The Children’s Organ Transplant Association fund helps with ongoing transplant related medical costs.
Help us support this cause at an art filled afternoon. There will be an art exhibit and sale, featuring a fun "Art Dash ". There will also be great food, drinks, music and drawings for raffle prizes.The Exhibit/Art Dash will include artwork by emerging and well known artists, as well as a section of work by artists under 18. There is an element of surprise underlying the event! A donation of $200, or $400 will enable donor to receive a work of art from the corresponding tier. The catch: Attendees will receive bid stickers at the door and place it next to the work they want - if it has not already been claimed with a sticker. If the work has been claimed they can go for another one. Donors won't know who created the artwork until the event ends. The artists' names are revealed once donors pick up the carefully wrapped packages, creating an element of surprise.
The art will be available on-line to view before the event.

Local artists are invited to submit 3 art works for the event. All visual media will be accepted for submission, with the exception of film, video, utilitarian crafts and jewelry. No entry fee required. We understand that artists are frequently asked for donations, so you have the option to choose how much you would like to donate from the sale of your work - from 50-100%.

HOW TO APPLY: Please read the Prospectus, complete the application and send it with your images via email to Or mail your application with your images on CD to Art For The Heart c/o Midge Lynn, 1409 S. Lamar, #616, Dallas, TX 75215. Contact us at for more info about this wonderful event or questions about the application.JURORS: Artwork will be juried by an Exhibition Committee led by Midge Lynn, a visual artist, teacher and President of the Board of Directors of Gallery 825/Los Angeles Art Association. Co-Chairs for event:Midge Lynn: artfortheheart.gabby@gmail.comKristine Schwope: kschwope@hotmail.comCampaign Coordinator:Dianne Lester:
ART DELIVERY: Friday, 9/24/10 9am-7pm
EXHIBIT/RECEPTION: Sunday, 9/26/10
Patron Reception: 2-3pm
General Reception: 3-6pm
PICK UP UNSOLD WORK: Monday, 9/27 10am-3pm
Tuesday, 9/28 – 10am-1pm
About the Jury Committee Chair: Midge Lynn
Midge Lynn is an exhibiting visual artist, teacher and President of the Board of Directors of Gallery 825/Los Angeles Art Association.

· All visual media will be accepted for submission, with the exception of film video, utilitarian crafts and jewelry.
· No entry fee required.
· Images of original pieces of artwork created within the last 5 years.
· You may submit up to 3 images for consideration. If you are planning to create something specifically for the event you may submit examples of your work with a note indicating what you intend to do.
· Indicate which tier you would like your work on - $200 or $400.
· You may choose how much you would like to donate from the sale of your work - from 50-100%.
· Information required: your name, address, phone and email address.
· Information on Work: title, medium, size.
· Framed work and work on paper/canvas/panel must be no larger than 4' in either direction.
· All wall hung work must be ready to hang with a wire properly attached on the back.
· Sculpture must be no larger than 4' x 4' x 4'.
· CD/DVD of images can be sent with submission form via mail or email. All work is juried by the exhibition committee.
· Notification of acceptance or non-acceptance will be made via email. Please send images with your submission form to Midge Lynn @ The Lynn Studio, 1409 S. Lamar, #616, Dallas, TX 75215, or via email to
· If submissions are mailed, please include SASE or they will not be returned.
COTA - Stewardship of the Funds and Non-Profit StatusThe Children’s Organ Transplant Association is a national, non-profit organization. COTA is responsible for the oversight of the activities of community fundraising campaigns, and serves as steward of funds raised. Funds donated to COTA are deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law.
COTA exists to assist patients who require a life-saving organ, bone marrow, cord blood or stem cell transplant. They work with all transplant patients age 21 and under for any disease complication, and with any patient who needs a transplant due to a genetic disease such as Cystic Fibrosis or Sickle Cell Anemia.
COTA has assisted more than 1,400 families with fundraising to meet transplant-related expenses … things not covered by insurance -- from almost every state and every economic situation. They guide the family and their volunteers through every step including: organizing and training the campaign committee, planning successful events and activities, working with the media and finding multiple sources of funding.

Please complete the submission form and send via email. You may submit up to 3 images for consideration. Please fill in the application (all fields required). Add image files as attachment to the email. The image file names MUST include your first and last name.

Acceptable file format for submissions: jpg or jpeg ONLY
Your first and last name MUST be part of the title on the image. (Ex: johnsmith-summerlandscape.jpg)



*City, State, Zip

*Tel # *Email Address

Image #1/Full Title of Artwork:

Size and Medium: X X

Donor Tier: ($200 or $400)

Artist Donation: 50% 100% Other: (minimum 50%) %

Image #2/Full Title of Artwork:

Size and Medium: X X

Donor Tier: ($200 or $400)

Artist Donation: 50% 100% Other: (minimum 50%) %

Image #3/Full Title of Artwork:

Size and Medium: X X

Donor Tier: ($200 or $400)

Artist Donation: 50% 100% Other: (minimum 50%) %

Gallery Information – Kittrell/Riffkind Art Glass GalleryWe've been nominated for Addison Magazine's 2010 Reader's Choice Award for Best Gallery! Take a minute to vote for YOUR favorite!!

Addison and the North Dallas Corridor Guide

For our Summer 2010 cover story, we have once again asked our readers to sound off on their favorite North Dallas Corridor businesses, attractions and venues. The nominees are in, and now we need you to vote! Please click on the link above to vote. ...
Find Kittrell/Riffkind under the heading “Attractions/Fine Art Gallery”
Artist Information – New Information on Murillo Paintings at SMU Meadows Museum of Art
DALLAS, TX.- Based on new evidence about the systematic looting of art from Jewish owners in the course of hostilities in Europe during World War II, a pair of famous paintings on display at SMU's Meadows Museum created by Spanish master Bartolome Esteban Murillo (1618-1682) of Seville's Patron Saints Justa and Rufina, estimated to be worth more than $10 million, are believed to have been stolen from the Rothschild family in Paris in 1941. The Nazi ERR (Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg) code evidencing Rothschild ownership is still visible on the stretcher bar of one of the paintings; it appears to have been rubbed off the other. The Monuments Men Foundation, recipient of the 2007 National Humanities Medal for its work preserving the legacy of these unknown heroes, which it received from the President of the United States at a White House ceremony, is continuing its research to document conclusively whether both paintings were properly restituted to the rightful owners prior to donation to the Meadows Museum.
Just for Fun – Submitted by Members Murray Stein and Nancy Uline
From The London Times: A Well-Planned Retirement
Outside England 's Bristol Zoo there is a parking lot for 150 cars and 8 buses. For 25 years, its parking fees were managed by a very pleasant attendant. The fees were 1 for cars ($1.40), 5 for buses (about $7). Then, one day, after 25 solid years of never missing a day of work, he just didn't show up; so the Zoo Management called the City Council and asked it to send them another parking agent. The Council did some research and replied that the parking lot was the Zoo's own responsibility. The Zoo advised the Council that the attendant was a City employee. The City Council responded that the lot attendant had never been on the City payroll. Meanwhile, sitting in his villa somewhere on the coast of Spain or France or Italy ... is a man who'd apparently had a ticket machine installed completely on his own and then had simply begun to show up every day, commencing to collect and keep the parking fees, estimated at about $560 per day -- for 25 years. Assuming 7 days a week, this amounts to just over $7 million dollars ...... and no one even knows his name.
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