Tuesday, November 5, 2013

The Deadline for ET! 10 is Fast Approaching!



 
Al Vesselli
Square Dance - 24x31 inches
Colored Pencils and Gesso
 

The deadline for Explore This! 10 is getting closer and closer, if you haven’t done so already, now is the time to finish up your artwork and get it entered.

This juried competition is all about combining a love of colored pencils with a love for other media. ET! 10 is our opportunity to showcase your skills in manipulating and balancing multiple mediums to create something exciting and unique.

All submissions must be predominantly colored pencil and must also be used with at least one other medium or element not allowed in the CPSA International Exhibition. Two and three dimensional works are welcome. Now is the time to show us something new and interesting!

All CPSA members who are juried into Explore This! 10 will be on their way to achieving their CPX signature status. To gain this honor, one must be accepted and appear in the ET! competition three times in a ten year period.
 
 
Cristina Iotti
Gravitazione Universale #6 - 19.7x19.7 inches
Colored Pencil and Graphite on Paper
 
 
There are a number of awards and cash prizes for ET! 10, including the Best in Show Award ($2000) and the EXPY Award. Artists accepted into the exhibition will have their work posted on our website at www.CPSA.org for the year of 2014! The top three winners are also invited to exhibit their winning artworks in the 22nd Annual CPSA International in 2014. All selected entries will be shown in a future issue of To the Point, the CPSA news magazine.

Submissions close November 15th—it’s coming up quickly!

To enter, go to www.callforentry.org and set up an account if you haven’t already. Then go to the Apply to Calls area and search for “colored pencil” to find the ET! 10 listing. The entry fee is $20 (just $15 for members), but the fun is free!

Nothing beats a great collection of artwork and friendly competition!
 
 
John Smolko, CPSA, CPX
Eddie, No. 2, Sketch - 25x20 inches
Colored Pencil and Oil Pastel
 

For more details on the Colored Pencil Society of America, or to become a member, please visit us at www.CPSA.org.


 

No comments: