2020 Arts and the Park, Beyond the Reef Plein air competition / exhibition in collaboration with Capitol Reef National Park and the Entrada Institute – Register Below
From Maura Naughton:
Hope to clarify a few points about Arts and the Parks, Beyond the Reef
In an effort to keep things simple, we seem to have made it complicated. Here’s what you need to know:
You can enter a total of 4 paintings. The fourth painting is your plein air piece. Seems that event spot only lets you register 3 pieces, no less. If you want to register just one studio piece, that’s ok. We may need to do it off line. You know we have brought all this automation on line to try and make things easier for the volunteers and you, the artist.
You can register for the studio pieces auction only; you don’t need to come to Torrey to do a plein air piece if you’re nervous about social distancing in Wayne County.
You can come to Wayne County and paint a plein air piece that will be auctioned at the scaled down event that celebrates the founding of the Entrada Institute. These plein air pieces will also be judged for awards. You don’t need to have entered any studio pieces to participate in this event. You should be able to register for this on line. If not, we’ll do it off line.
Event Spot is a Constant Contact product. It doesn’t do everything that Art Call does. We have a lot going on in the UWS this fall from the fall show, workshop, soon WFWS and our AATP event. Please pick and choose the events you would like to participate in, and be patient if things aren’t working, as they should. We’ll get you in and going in the direction you want to go.
- Click Here for Guest artist Gloria Miller Allen website
French impressionist painters such as Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir created much of their work en plein air, though many other artists from many schools of thought and various time periods have done the same.
“With the mission of Utah Watercolor Society to further the art of water media, the partnership with the Entrada Institute and Capitol Reef National Park in Wayne County was a natural fit.” (Utah Watercolor Society Past President and Arts & the Park, Light on the Reef participant, Ann Galt)
Mark your calendars and make your motel reservations now!