Please be sure you are a 2012 Signature Member with dues paid by checking the ISAP website before you enter this show.
July 27..........Entries open.
October 3................Show closes to entries
October 15..............Jurying of Awards
November 1............Posting of Show/Awards on ISAP website
Information on this Show
One painting entry per artist, digital entries only. Image 1400 pixels minimum on the long side, jpeg format, 300 dpi resolution. Create or log in to your account at Juried Art Services. All images entered will be accepted into this show. Robert Burridge will be the juror for the awards. Cash Awards:
Best of Show is $600,
First is $500,
Second is $400,
Third is $300,
Fourth is $200,
Fifth is $100.
Material awards are also expected. There is the standard minimum size of 9" x 12" or 12" by 9" (108 square inches) and entries can NOT have been included in any other ISAP show. Images can already be sold but you are encouraged to put a price on your work. The Fee is $30 for this show payable thru PayPal. This work must conform to the concept of being 80% acrylic on any surface. It is understood that the work is subject to the conditions of the show and reproduction will be archived on the website.
Juror Robert Burridge
Robert Burridge was a noted internationally award-winning Industrial Designer who, after twenty-five years in the corporate design world, focused his new life to painting every day. Today he is a celebrated contemporary painter, contributing author to artists’ magazines and publisher of his own books and instructional DVDS. Burridge attributes his success to his early education from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and his stint as an adjunct professor at Cooper Union School for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York City, teaching typography and film making.
Burridge is the Honorary President of the International Society of Acrylic Painters and Signature Member of both the Philadelphia Water Color Society and the ISAP. His honors include the prestigious Crest Medal for Achievement in the Arts and Franklin Mint awards. His popular work hangs in the permanent collection of international embassies, corporate galleries, art colleges as well as television and the entertainment industry, and is represented by galleries in Santa Fe, Austin, Cambria and Key West. His current exhibition, “Impure Thoughts” is featured at the San Luis Obispo Museum of Art.