Exhibition opening – All Handmade Gallery

October 31 – November 28
An exhibition of sculptures in mixed media by established and emerging
artists to coincide with Sculpture By The Sea

Bruce Nuske
Never believe anything you hear
and only half you see, ceramic

Keiko Matsui, Conversations 2. ceramic

Opening Saturday October 31, 5pm
Gerry Wedd, Maria Parmenter, Toni Warburton, Rod Bamford, Bruce Nuske, Sarah de Teliga, David Ray, Stephen Bird, Keiko Matsui, Shan Short, Marguerite Derricourt, Peter Cooley, Trevor Fry, Tom Gardiner, Gus Glutterbuck and Brian Cox.

Helen Stephens Gallery and All Hand Made
252 Bronte Rd, Waverley 2024
(02) 9386-4099
URL: www.allhandmadegallery.com

Call for entry – Emerging artists


SlowArt Productions presents Emerging Artists 2010, the eighteenth annual competition for group exhibition, and awards. Open to all artists working in any media this event is devoted to the discovery, introduction and promotion of emerging artists. EMERGING ARTISTS AWARDS Cash Award: A $1000 grand prize cash award will be presented to one artist.
Publication Awards: One artist will be awarded a two page display in 2010 edition of Direct Art Magazine.
Two artists will be awarded one page display pages in the 2010 edition of Direct Art Magazine.
Gallery Exhibition:
A group exhibition of the artist winners will be held at the Limner Gallery, March 5 – 27, 2010.
Internet Exhibition: The exhibition will also be featured on the Limner Gallery web site.
ELIGIBILITY: The competition is open to all artists, national and international, working in all media. All forms of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, graphics, digital and installation art are eligible. Entrants must be 18 years of age or older to apply.
DEADLINE: The final postmarked deadline is November 30, 2009. Winners will be notified by December 31.

Upcoming Scholarship Benefit Sale
Call for donations
Exhibition and sale coming in February 2010

Charlie Cummings Gallery has partnered with the National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition Foundation to host the debut benefit exhibition for the foundation’s scholarship fund.

Proceeds from this exhibition and sale of high quality ceramic artworks will assist promising high school seniors with scholarships toward college degrees in ceramic art. The foundation’s annual exhibition showcases ceramic artworks by kindergarten through 12th grade students from across the nation while also recognizing art teachers who inspire their students to excel.

Please lend your support to this worthy cause by contributing a ceramic artwork to sell in this on-line exhibition, or by being a patron of the sale.

If you would like to make a donation please send me an email for details. Charlie@claylink.com

Click here to visit the National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition Foundation website and learn more about their mission.

Congrats to Lilach Lotan…

The Nanaimo resident is the only Vancouver Island artisan among the four people recently awarded $2,500 and a 2009 B.C. Creative Achievement Award for Applied Art and Design.

Read the full article here.
And check out more of her amazing work here.
Got great news of your own? Wanna share? Drop me a note: carole_epp@yahoo.ca