[Call for entries] Beyond Borders Enamel Exhibition

Beyond Borders: Experimentation and Innovation in Enameling 11th
international juried enamel exhibition sponsored by the Northern
California Enamel Guild and hosted by the Richmond Art Center,
Richmond, CA

September 15 - November 9, 2012

April 6 - application deadline

Artists do not have to be a member of NCEG to submit entries for
jurying. Eligibility of the artist’s work includes:

Enamel (vitreous glass fired to metal) must be the focus of the
work; Only original work produced within the last two years
(2010-2011) is eligible; student work is encouraged; Only accepted
work that is shown in the submitted digital images will be exhibited;
Each entrant can submit one, two, or three pieces for the single
entry fee of $25 for NCEG members or $35 for non-members.

Jurors: Merry Lee Rae - lives and works in Freedom, CA. She sees
herself as a dedicated romantic. Her cloisonn=e jewelry is her voice.
Martha Banyas - has worked primarily in enamel since 1972. She was a
full time faculty member at Mt. Hood Community College and has
taught enamel workshops in the U.S., Canada, and Japan. Since 1973,
she has participated in numerous one-woman and group exhibitions
worldwide. She has traveled extensively in Asia and Eastern Europe
since 1981. She has been a full-time studio artist since 2005. Nancy
Servis - is a curator and currently is the Executive Director of the
Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA. She has taught at the University
of California, Davis; the California College of the Arts, Oakland,
CA; and Solano College in California.

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