Humans identify people, places, events and things with symbolic meanings. For example, a four-leafed clover symbolizes good luck to some folks. We express the invisible or intangible by means of visible representations. Conventional or traditional signs are often used to represent divine beings, spirits or certain emotions. CHAL members are invited to submit 2D artwork in any media, including photography, using the theme, Symbolism.
Digital entries open on smarter entry October 17 and closes November 13. CHAL members juried show. Exhibit Manager: Mary Beth (Elizabeth) Gosselink
Juror: Delna Dastur- Bachelor’s Degree Art History and Masters in Fine Art from American U. Abstract painter and instructor at Art League, Alexandria.
Exhibit dates: December 12- January 30,2021
Where: Frame of Mine Gallery, 545 8th St SE, WDC
Virtual reception on Zoom: Friday, December 18, 2020 from 6:00-7:30 pm. Juror will make
remarks, awards will be presented and the exhibit artwork will be screen shared.
Please read the attached prospectus for all the details and print it out for future reference!
Hill Center will feature our MEMBERS juried art exhibit in January 2021 virtually on Hill Center Website. There will be no theme and it is juried by Hill Center. Deadline for entries will be December 1, 2020. Artists notification will go out: December 7 or 8 and Award winners will be announced via email for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, + 5 Honorable Mentions.
Show opens online January 1, 2021. Show closes online March 31, 2021
Featuring: Ken Bachman, Louise Holland, Erika Rubel, Mike McSorley, Deb Furey, Karen Cohen, J Jaffery, Nan Raphael, Rindy O’Brien, Linda Norton, Kim DiDonato, Judy Searles, Tamora Ilasat, and Jane Mann.
Members: please VOTE for your one favorite artwork in this show and send your VOTE to our google group. The artists with the most votes will receive a gift certificate from Frame of Mine. Deadline to vote: December 1.
Once a year we award our members who won awards in previous exhibits their own group show called Winners Circle. This show will feature all mediums of art and each artist selects one work to display. All of the art work is framed and will be featured online, for sale, and in the gallery appointments to visit are required, as well as masks. Frame of Mine will conduct online sales, go to: https://www.frameofminetoo.com/shop/gallery-show-november
Like everyone, artists sometime need a little push, an inspiring message, a change of thought patterns. Each month we challenge our members with a central theme to be interpreted artistically in a new work of art.
This month’s theme is CIRCULAR and we received submissions from 37 of our members. Deadline: Sept. 30.
By offering a theme, we encourage our members to start a NEW work of art every month, that’s the challenge. Most of the artwork is for sale, please contact Capitol Hill Art League for purchase info.
Our DC neighbor, Hill Center, will pick their ONE favorite art image at the end of every month and award that artist with a $20 gift certificate.
16 artists of Capitol Hill Art League are featured in a curated, group mixed media display called Bright Bold Big. All artwork is for sale, please contact Capitol Hill Art League for purchase info.
Location: Center for Plastic Surgery in Chevy Chase, MD
Julie Byrne, Karen Cohen, Karin Edgett, Nancy Ennis, Mary Elizabeth Gosselink, Tamora Ilasat, J Jaffery, David Mann, Jane Mann, Steve Kunin, Ann Pickett, Nan Raphael, Lori Rounds, Alexia Stefanovich, Karen Van Allen, and Rosa Vera. Photographs, encaustics, watercolors, acrylic, and collage artwork will be displayed September and extended till April 2021 Exhibit manager/volunteer/artist: Ann Pickett.
Artists: If you sell one of your pieces, you can replace it, contact Ann P.
All artwork is for sale, please contact email: chalartists at gmail.com.