We’re excited to announce our first juried show in our new gallery space and we invite artists of all media to submit work inspired by the Landscape. Whether you create your art outdoors by observing nature, or bring these impressions into the studio, we want to see your work! Guest jurors for the show are Glen Cebulash and Dorothy Frey. (See more information about the jurors below. )  

Entries due by November 14th, 2013.

Artists will be notified of acceptance via e-mail by November 18th and will be asked to have their work delivered to the gallery display-ready by Monday, December 2nd for the opening on Friday, December 6th.

Send your digital images to QuinnM@tellus360.com with your name, title, dimensions, and price of the piece, and an entry fee of $15. Make checks or money orders payable to Tellus360. You may submit up to three pieces. If you would like to submit more than three, each additional submission will cost $5.  Send checks to Tellus360, 24 East King Street, Lancaster PA 17602.

Please note that for any work sold, Tellus360 gallery will take 40% of the profit.

Artists are responsible for mailing or hand-delivering work to the gallery upon acceptance. If work does not sell, Tellus360 will pay for return shipping costs.

Contact gallery director Quinn McNichol at QuinnM@tellus360.com with questions.

 

Frey.Dorothy

Dorothy Frey has taught drawing and painting at American University, Millersville University, Moore College of Art and Design, and has most recently Chaired the Fine Art Department at Pennsylvania College of Art and Design. Frey’s oil paintings explore the natural and domestic habitats that form over time. She aims to achieve a sense of place in her works, influenced by her surroundings, her agrarian heritage, and her interest in the the history of painting.

 

Cebulash.Glen

Glen Cebulash was born and raised in New Jersey. He received his BFA in Painting from Boston University in 1988 and his MFA from The American University in Washington, D.C. In 1991. He has taught at Penn State, The Washington Studio School, and since 1996 at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, where he is currently Professor and Chair of the Art Department. His recent shows include a one-man exhibition at Tiffin University in Ohio and a group exhibition with the Midwest Paint Group at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville.