ART and CULTURES OF THE WORLD
March 10 through April 1, 2023
Reception: Friday, March 10, 5pm – 8pm
Entry Deadline: February 17, 2023
Open to all artists in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area, age 18 and over. You are invited to submit digital images of up to three (3) of your original works, not previously shown in a Marin Society of Artists juried exhibition. Open to all media except video, film and installation art. Only online entries with digitally uploaded images will be accepted. Digital entries must be RECEIVED via online application before midnight February 17. Notification will be by email of accepted and non-accepted work.
Note: all accepted artwork must be hand delivered to the Marin Society of Artists (no shipping or mailing).
How has your art been affected by artistic styles and cultures from other parts of the world - or even here at home?
Some artists are energized by the delicate brush work of Japanese Sumi-E paintings. Others by the vibrant brushstrokes of the French Impressionists. Are you inspired by colorful African patterns? Moved to paint to the sounds of jazz or a Latin beat? Show us what has influenced you.
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Juror: Diane Williams
Diane holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Studio Art and Consciousness studies from John F Kennedy University in Berkeley, California. Additionally, she has studied at the University of Hangzhou China, incorporating calligraphy, traditional Chinese landscape painting and Chinese medicine with her western art practice.
Diane uses intuitive color, bold brushwork and monumental scale as a vehicle for the voice of the strong feminine to weave nature's story across time. Multiple layers chronicle what is concrete and what is illusive; erasures remind us that nothing is permanent, yet everything leaves an impression. The calm, vast space of the canvas allows a story to be told through generations.
Along with her husband, Chuck Potter, she has taught workshops in California, Washington Arizona and New Mexico.