|Entry Dates||2022-08-06T23:59:00 - 2022-06-01T00:00:00 32 Days Left|
Art League of Baytown Upcycle Art Challenge
Aug. 26-Sept 16, 2022
Location: Art League of Baytown
110 W. Texas Ave.
Baytown, Tx 77520
Best of Show $700
1st Place $500 2nd Place $300 3rd Place $200 Honorable Mention $50
1st Place $500 2nd Place $300 3rd Place $200 Honorable Mention $50
Honoree Choice Award $200
Art League of Baytown is pleased to host its second annual Upcycle Art Challenge Aug. 26-Sept.16 with co-sponsor Chevron Phillips Chemical Co.
The goal of the upcycling challenge is to raise environmental awareness by promoting action through reusing, recycling and salvaging materials to create art.
The contest categories are
1) Decorative art refers to aesthetic objects that serve no other purpose than to be pleasing to the eye.
2) Functional art refers to an aesthetic object that serves a utilitarian purpose.
The creations may be 2D or 3D.
Each piece must feature 80 percent material recycled from some previous use. Glue, screws and other fastening devices are NOT included in the remaining 20 percent. A list of all parts must be included when the art is submitted online. The list must identify which parts are new (20 percent or less).
An artist’s statement must be included with the work to explain what the artist is conveying in the work or the object’s value, use or impact. This should not exceed 150 words. This is part of the judging process and will be displayed with accepted art.
Applications for the juried art show must be submitted online through ArtCall June 1-Aug. 6, 2022.
Entries will be judged on visual impact, creativity/originality, composition/design, craftsmanship and material usage.
Open to residents of Harris, Chambers and Galveston Counties.
Creators may submit up to three works. The fee will be $20 for the first entry, $10 each for the second and third entry. Titles and prices must be included on your entry forms and cannot be changed thereafter. Paying an entry fee does not ensure the artwork a place in the gallery exhibit and there are no refunds. Incomplete or late entries will not be accepted after the deadline.
It is important that your digital images submitted to Art Call accurately reflect your work. Works which are found not to be accurately represented by the image submitted may be disqualified at the discretion of the juror. Works featuring violent, sensational, political or sexual content will not be displayed. Art League of Baytown and the juror reserve the right to reject any work deemed inappropriate for this exhibition for any reason.
Notification and Delivery to Gallery
All artists will be notified if their works have been accepted for the show via email on Saturday, Aug.13. Selected works must be hand delivered to the Art League of Baytown Gallery 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Aug. 19 (Friday) Aug. 20 (Saturday) or from 2 p.m.-4 p.m. Aug. 21 (Sunday) at 110 W. Texas Avenue, Baytown.
All works must be safe to handle (no hazards, toxic material. etc.), fit through a standard doorway and weigh less than 50 pounds. All 3-D work must be easily moved by two people and not exceed 34 by 34 by 72 inches. All 2D work must be wired and/or ready to hang. No saw tooth hangers. All work must be installation ready. Artists will not be allowed to install their own work.
Reception and Awards
The reception will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Aug. 26 (Friday). Best of Show is an award of $700. Awards in the decorative and functional categories are: First Place ($500), Second Place ($300), Third Place ($200), Honorable Mention ($50), and Honoree Choice Award ($200). All prize-winning works will be labeled as such throughout the exhibition. Awards will be presented at the Opening Reception.
All works in the show must be listed for sale. All sales will be transacted through the Art League of Baytown Gallery. ALB will retain a 20 percent commission on every piece sold.
Sold artwork will remain on display until the close of the show but will be marked “sold” after the purchase has been transacted.
We encourage participants to promote the show via social media. The show will be publicized through our website and social media, email blasts, gallery street signage, our members’ social media activities, and other opportunities.
Submission of this application and the piece(s) represented shall constitute an agreement on the part of the artist to comply with the conditions set forth in this prospectus, including the following:While I understand that great care and all steps will be taken to mitigate the possibility of loss or damage, in submitting this application, I hereby release Art League of Baytown, members, jurors, staff, volunteers, associates and boards from any and all claims occasioned by injury, illness, damage or loss of artwork while on the gallery premises. Permission to photograph and/or reproduce the work for publicity, documentary or educational purposes is hereby granted.
June 1: Open date for entries
Aug. 6: Last day to apply to show through ArtCall.org
Aug. 8-12: Review and selection of works by juror
Aug. 13:: Notification of acceptance or nonacceptance.
Aug. 19-21: Accepted works should be hand delivered to ALB gallery, 110 W. Texas Ave., Baytown, Tx. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fri./Sat. and 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Aug. 22-24: Installation of show
Aug 25: Judging
Aug. 26: Reception and awards presentation from 6 to 8 p.m.
Sept. 16: Final day of exhibition
Sept. 16-17: Unsold artwork to be picked up 11 a.m.- 4 p.m.
If you are unable to pick up art during these hours, you MUST make arrangements for someone else to do so. Art League of Baytown is not responsible for work left unclaimed after 4 p.m. Sept. 17, 2022
About the Juror: Richard Williams
Richard Williams graduated from U of H with a M.F.A. in Studio art and a B.S. in Art Education. Richard recently retired as an art instructor at the Alfred C. Glassell School of Art after 38 years. He has served on numerous boards; the Art League of Houston, Texas Art Education Association, The Arts Alliance Center at Clear Lake, Artists Unlimited and the League City Beautification Committee. He has not only juried numerous regional and national shows, Richard has juried for 20 years for the College Board judging over 100,000 college entrance portfolios. He has exhibited in over 200 exhibitions and 15 solo shows in the past 45 years, His work has been displayed in, Mexico, Germany, the Cayman Islands and across the United States. Winning over 40 awards and several grants, Williams' artwork was the Featured article in the Dec. 93 issue of Museum and Arts magazine and a segment on Steve Smith's Sunday. In May of 2001, Richard accepted a national award from the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation at the National Museum of Art in Washington, D.C. In 2004; received Houston's Art Teacher of the Year from Culture Shapers for initiating a community Memorial Mural in honor of the Columbia Crew. In 2010, he was honored as "Artist of the Year" at The Arts Alliance at Clear Lake Gala. In April of 2022, St. Paul’s Methodist Church next to the Museum of Fine Arts/Houston permanently installed his creation of 14 Stations of the Cross.
Link Richard’s web page: http://www.artistrichardwilliams.com/gallery
Entry Fees: Entry fee is $20 for the first entry, $10 for the second and $10 for the third entry.
Show Judge: Richard Williams
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