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Call For Work: A Compendium of Beasts

Submission Form        Terms and Conditions 01-09-2016

We invite submission for our “A Compendium of Beasts” juried exhibition. You may respond the the theme freely, creating animals and beasties, real, mythical or imagined.

Each artist may submit up to three works. Each work must not exceed 36 inches in width or weigh more than 40lbs. The work should be exhibition ready, with appropriate hanging hardware. We prefer wall-based works to be wired.

 Works need to be physically submitted to the gallery on Wednesday 4 May, and be prepared to collect unselected works the following day. We will be organizing events from submission day through to the reception on Saturday, 7 May, which falls during the Spring Unveiling Festival — So this is a great time to plan an extended stay.

If you wish to send your work by courier, please use UPS, make sure the packaging can be reused and you include return shipping labels. We will not be held responsible for any damage of work during shipping.

Important Dates

Submission Day: Wednesday 4 May, 10am – 4pm

Jury Selection: Wednesday 4 May, 6pm

Result Calls: Thursday 5 May, 9 – 11am

Collection of Unselected Works: Thursday 5 May, noon – 4pm & Friday 6 May, 10am – noon

Exhibition Dates: 7 May – 5 June

Reception: Saturday, 7 May, 6 – 8 pm

Change to collection days

Collection of Unsold Work, 5,  7, 8 or 9th June, 10am – 4pm

We apologized but we will be closed on Monday 6th June

Jo Hamilton: 2 April – 1 May

Jo Hamilton Exhibition Brochure PDF

Reception: Saturday, 2 April, 6 – 8 pm

Artist’s Talk: Sunday, 3 April, 11am

Jo Hamilton’s crocheted portraiture is a fascinating combination of traditional technique with contemporary subject matter. A native of Scotland, Hamilton earned a degree in painting and drawing from the Glasgow School of Art. After moving to Portland, she translated her artistic vision into the medium of crochet, which she had first learned as a child from her grandmother. Her subjects range broadly, with an enduring interest in portraiture, ranging from people she knows, to commission subjects, mug shot images, larger than life nudes, and recently, 3-dimensional mannequin-like whimsically masked heads. Each piece is compelling and poignant, informed by the vivid color and complex detail of her process and the rich tradition and contemporary approach to the crochet technique.

Born in Scotland in 1972, Jo Hamilton has lived in Oregon since 1996. She received her BFA from the Glasgow School of Art in 1993. She has been included in numerous solo and group exhibitions locally and nationally, including a major 2014 show at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. She is the recipient of grants from Portland’s Regional Arts & Culture Council and the Oregon Arts Commission, was featured on Oregon Public Broadcasting television’s Oregon ArtBeat, and her work has been written about in publications nationally and internationally

Masks: Yoghurt, Tumeric, Fragments. 2014. mixed crochet yard, 27 x 22 inches, by Jo Hamilton

Masks: Yoghurt, Tumeric, Fragments. 2014. mixed crochet yard, 27 x 22 inches, by Jo Hamilton

Cheyenne Ball. 2008, mixed crocheted yarn, 22 x 24 inches, by Jo Hamilton

Cheyenne Ball. 2008, mixed crocheted yarn, 22 x 24 inches, by Jo Hamilton

Bron Adams Hartford. 2008, mixed crocheted yarn, 28 x 20 inches, by Jo Hamilton

Bron Adams Hartford. 2008, mixed crocheted yarn, 28 x 20 inches, by Jo Hamilton

Corey Hopper. 2008, mixed crocheted yarn, 27 x 29 inches, by jo Hamilton

Corey Hopper. 2008, mixed crocheted yarn, 27 x 29 inches, by jo Hamilton

Shine Reclining (detail). 2013, mixed crocheted yarns, 45 x 103 inches, by Jo Hamilton.

Shine Reclining (detail). 2013, mixed crocheted yarns, 45 x 103 inches, by Jo Hamilton.

Bridging Shine (detail). 2012, mixed crocheted yarns, 124 x 54 inches, by Jo Hamilton.

Bridging Shine. 2012, mixed crocheted yarns, 124 x 54 inches, by Jo Hamilton.

We are able to bring this show to Cannon Beach courtesy of The Laura Russo Gallery

2017 Summer Art Camp

15th Annual Summer Art Camp: July 10-14, 2017

Registration for the 15th Annual CBAA Summer Art Camp is now open! This year we have a wonderful line-up of classes for ages 3-adult. Camp will be held over 5 days at the Cannon Beach Community Church the week of July 10-14.

We offer morning and afternoon classes as well as a supervised lunch hour for students ages 5-12 who wish to remain for both sessions without having a parent or guardian return in the middle of the day.

Questions may be directed to:  (303) 351-2401 or artcamp@cannonbeacharts.org
                                                          

15th Annual Summer Art Camp
July 10-14, 2017

Morning classes
10am-12pm Monday through Friday

• Mini Doodlers (ages 3-5)                                                                                Teacher: Betsy Mahoney
Small artists will gleefully create their own masterpieces using a wide range of quality art materials. We will develop skills important for school success such as ne motor skills, language, cognitive skills and the ability to listen and follow directions in our enchanting environment. Children will learn to explore and understand their world through open-ended art experiences that emphasize the process of art, not the product.

• Watercolor Sea Journey (ages 5-8)                                                          Teacher: Ireta Sitts-Graube
What sea creatures do you think live in the ocean? Let your imagination take you on a discovery of all things under the water. We will learn to draw and paint the underwater world. Everything from angelfish to sharks and sea monsters will come alive as you play with watercolors.

• Kid’s Yoga (ages 5-12)                                                                                            Teacher: Karen Meili
Students will learn balance and muscle control while exploring the basic postures of yoga. Sun salutation, warrior postures, and more advanced poses will be introduced to facilitate development of strength and flexibility.

• Calligraphy Camp (ages 12-adult)                                                                Teacher: Rebecca Read
This class provides a fun introduction to calligraphy. Students will learn to use a metal-edge pen and work with a variety of art papers and inks to create unique projects such as greeting cards and Weathergrams for the garden. Materials Fee $5

• Mixed Media Magical Ocean (ages 8-adult)        Teachers: Kim Scheewe Kirk & Camille Radich
Come explore the magical ocean in this mixed media class. Collage, paint, stamp and stencil whimsical mermaids and mermen on hangable canvases. We will also create a sparkling paper mâché jellyfish to hang from your ceiling.

• Watercolor Techniques (ages 10-adult)                                            Teacher: Sue Scheewe-Brown
Don’t miss your chance to study with the renowned instructor from the Create Channel of PBS. Students will develop a broader knowledge of how and when to use special techniques with watercolors and end the week with a portfolio of original work.

• Jewelry Design (ages 9-adult)                                                                                 Teacher: Lisa Kerr
Design your own jewelry with lettering tools to inscribe favorite words into copper metal charms. Students can make necklaces, bracelets, and a variety of projects in this active class which includes drawing, design and hammering. A materials fee provides high quality jewelry embellishments for your take home projects. Materials Fee $20

 

Afternoon Classes
1pm-4pm Monday through Friday

Mixed Media for the Minis (ages 5- 7)                                                          Teacher: Betsy Mahoney
Students will use a variety of media to create works of art that are both 2-D and 3-D to discover how using more that one art supply can make projects twice as fun. Young artists will experiment with a variety of techniques – painting, drawing, pastels, paper mâchè, collage, and recycled materials.

• Sketch Book Making (ages 9-adult)                                                Teacher: Barbara Temple Ayres
Discover the fun of making your own journal or sketch book using papers you’ve decorated using simple off -press printmaking techniques. Fill your beautiful books with ink and watercolor sketches.

• Introduction to Printmaking (ages 8-adult)                                               Teacher: Sarah Lippold
Students experiment with color and texture to create collages and paintings. Learn how to think in reverse by creating mirror image originals for the printing process. Discover the excitement of using an authentic printing press – turning the heavy crank and rolling out prints of your design.

• Gelli Plate Painting (ages 9-12)                                                                      Teacher: Meagan Sokol
Discover the fun of using wiggly gelli print plates to create unique abstract papers and paintings. You will make your very own gelli plate and brightly-colored monotype prints that will be fashioned into several projects. Experiment with color, shape, texture and pattern while using objects such as plastic cards, handmade stencils, packing tape, string, seashells, bubble wrap, a heat gun and your own fingernails to create abstract, layered paintings. This class is all about process and experimentation!

• 3-D Weaving (ages 8-12)                                                                            Teacher: Gretchen Douglas
Executing projects in three dimensional space activates areas of the brain that are missed in many educational activities. Students will use brightly colored paper- twine and learn patterns to incorporate into the construction of a basket. Beads will add embellishment to the projects and fast workers may be able to create multiple projects with or without lids.

*Scholarships available upon request.

 

To register please choose one of the following: 

Download brochure/ registration form here:
2017 Summer Art Camp Brochure (English)
2017 Summer Art Camp Registration Page ONLY (English)

2017 Summer Art Camp Brochure (Spanish)
2017 Summer Art Camp Registration Page ONLY (Spanish)

Mail or drop off payment with completed registration forms to:
Cannon Beach Arts Association
PO Box 684
Cannon Beach, OR 97110

Credit card payments and registration can be made in person at the
Cannon Beach Gallery, located at 1064 S Hemlock St.

To make credit card payment by telephone, please contact
Meagan Sokol at (303) 351-2401 or artcamp@cannonbeacharts.org

Brochures will be distributed to local schools and available at your local library.