PCPA WINNERS

1st Place Jo-Lind Eckstein
“Take Two”

2nd Place Vita Sorrentino
Cosmos Musicale”

3rd Place Cheryl Boeller
"Kate's Rug”

Honorable Mention

Carol Mansfield
"Rose Queen”

SueAnn Daffara

"California Hillside"

Marlene Tague

"Composition in Pink"

Special Award

Janet Perkin

"Fishy"

Patty Slattery

"Farmers Market"

Michele Kruck

"Elephants at Angkor"

Prospectus

North County Society of Fine Arts

Members Show

 

A Symphony of Color

Inspired by the Season

December 4th 2019 – January 1, 2020

Juror:Roberta Dyer 

Poway Center for the Performing Arts (PCPA)

15498 Espola Road, Poway, CA 

REQUIREMENTS/INFORMATION 

All original 2D media that has not previously been exhibited at the PCPA will be accepted. 

Entry Limit: Three artworks may be entered. 

Fees: $25 for one entry, $35 for two entries, $45 for three entries. 

Awards: $100 First place, $75 second place, $50 third place. Honorable mention certificates to be awarded at the discretion of the juror. 

Sale of Artwork: It is the responsibility of the artist to make arrangements for the sale and pick up of artwork at the end of the show.

PCPA requires15% of gross revenue for sale of artwork to the City of Poway, plus sales

tax. It is the responsibility of the individual artist to collect and report all applicable sales tax on any artwork sold. By submitting this entry, the participant acknowledges their responsibilities. 

Size Limit: 48"   

Specifications: All work must be original; no reproductions. Bring artwork ready to hang. Unframed or improperly mounted work will not be accepted, except for works on canvas, if the stretcher uses a wrapped canvas with no staples showing. Frames must be wired, with wire ends taped. Wiring must be securely fashioned & support weight of the artwork. All accepted work must remain for the duration of the exhibit. No sawtooth hangers. Frames, mats & wiring must be good in quality & condition, with mats clean & free of marks. NCSFA will provide exhibition labels but please be sure to label your artwork clearly, with artist's name and artwork title.

Disclosures: All paintings must remain in the gallery for the duration of the show. Insurance is the responsibility of the artist, the PCPA and NCSFA will not assume liability for loss, theft, or damage during the show. Artists participating in the show agree to allow reproduction privileges to PCPA and NCSFA for newsletter, website and publicity purposes only. By submitting this entry, the participant acknowledges their responsibilities. 

If you need help with framing call:

Mike Castiglione

7975 Dunbrook Rd, Suite G, San Diego, CA  92126

619-248-4883 (cell) 

IMPORTANT DATES 

November 25th  Deadline for entry form and payment 

December 2nd - Take-in of art, 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. (If you need assistance, please contact Sharon Ford, sharnnpaul@gmail.com 

December 6th – Reception 4 to 6 p.m.: Awards presentation at 4:30 p.m., please bring finger foods packaged. 

January 2nd - Pick up art at end of show 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. - There is no storage space, so if you cannot pick up your work, please make arrangements to have someone else pick it up, or contact sharnnpaul@gmail.com to make arrangements.

 

TWO STEPS 1.PAY 2. FILL OUT FORM

SELECT your number of artworks BEFORE clicking the PAY NOW button:

Click SUBMIT. SCROLL UP to see your confirmation response. If the form doesn't submit, answer all of the required questions and click Submit again.

Events at a Glance

Oceanside Museum of Art Lecture Online
Friday, April 3rd 7-8 pm (free but must 
register)

Click here to register for this free event and receive directions to access the live stream from any device.

 

Did you know that over $10 billion dollars of art are stolen per year?

 

Learn about high profile cases such as a brazen jewel heist at the Dresden Green Vault museum, the shocking forgery of the Dead Sea Scrolls, and more—without leaving the comfort of your own home! 

 

Join Robin Douglas for a high stakes lecture of mystery and intrigue as she explores some of the most significant art heists, forgeries, and recoveries of all time. Presented via Zoom, get ready to travel the globe by meeting the characters and stories behind the world’s most notorious art thefts followed by a digital Q and A.

 

In association with OMA Book Club, this virtual lecture is the perfect companion to their Winter Series on art crime.

2019-2020 

(subject to change)
Sept 10, 2019 Meeting Nancy Oleksa
Sept 24, 2019 Workshop Nancy Oleksa

Oct 5, 2019 Saturday -  Show Entry deadline
Oct 8, 2019 Meeting Mike Steirnagle 
Oct 22, 2019 Workshop Sharon Ford
Nov 12, 2019 Meeting Elaine Harvey  
Dec 10, 2019 December Lunch & Paint out
Jan 14, 2020 Meeting Joan Bonetti 
Jan 28, 2020 Workshop Joan Bonetti 
Feb 11, 2020 Meeting Linda Doll 
Feb 25, 2020 Workshop Sharon Ford  
March 10, 2020 Meeting Angelika Villagrana
March 24, 2020 Workshop Elaine Harvey Cancelled

April 14, 2020 Meeting Elaine Harvey Cancelled*
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Check back for other online substitutions

April 19, 2020 SPRING FLING Cancelled
April 28, 2020 Workshop Angelika Villagrana Cancelled
May 12, 2020 Linda doll Meeting Critique