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Conway League of Artists
2018 Fall Show
September 29 – October 28
Show Rules & Requirements
· All works must have wire with screw eyes or D-rings.
· Watercolors, pastels, graphics and all works on paper must be framed behind glass or Plexiglas.
· Entries must be appropriate for public viewing.
· Winning entries from previous CLA shows will not be eligible for awards.
· No one work of art or entrant will be awarded more than one judged award.
· Artwork must remain for the duration of the show.
· Art work must be original (no class work or copies from books) and completed within the last two years.
· 3D works must be stable to avoid damage to art or viewer.
· Maximum size is 36 x 40.
· Gallery wrapped and unframed canvases must have painted sides. No staples showing
· Entrants must be current CLA members (yearly dues paid).
Artwork Drop Off
Friday, September 28, 3-5pm
Faulkner County Library
Small Conference Rooms on the lower level of the library
Please bring your artwork with proper hanging and labeling as described in this pamphlet.
It is very important that ALL artwork submitted to the show be clearly labeled with the following information:
Artist’s Name – Address – Phone – Email – Title – Price.
No artwork will be accepted without clear and legible identification.
1 – Land/City/Water Scape
2 – Animal/Wildlife
3 – Still Life/Floral
4 – Portrait/Figure
5 – Abstract
Best of Show
Awarded in each Category*
1st Place $100
2nd Place $50
*The number of awards may vary according to number of submissions
Awards will be announced at the reception.
Sunday, October 21, 3-5pm
Faulkner County Library
Director, Baum Gallery
Since August of 2016, Brian Young has served as the director for the Baum Gallery at the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, AR. He is also a lecturer in the Art Department. From 1997 – 2016, Young has served as a curator of art for the Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR; Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI; the Academy Art Museum, Easton, MD; the University of Maryland University College (UMUC), Adelphi, MD; and Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore, MD.
From 2012 – 2016, Young taught art history at UMUC where he was Associate Adjunct Professor. Young also served on the faculty of Ohio Dominican University, Columbus, and Salisbury University, Maryland. In 2016, he completed a certificate in art appraising form New York University. In the field of art history, Young’s specialties include drawings and contemporary art.