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1. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
2. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
3. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
4. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
5. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: 50th Annual Scottsdale Arts Festival - Scottsdale, AZ
$1,000 Best of Show + merit awards. Deadline: Nov 1, 2019
Enclosure
7. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: National Sculpture Society Grants
3 grants - $5,000 each. Deadline: Oct 28, 2019
Enclosure
15. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
16. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
17. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
18. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
19. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
20. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
21. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
22. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
23. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: 50th Annual Scottsdale Arts Festival - Scottsdale, AZ
$1,000 Best of Show + merit awards. Deadline: Nov 1, 2019
Enclosure
25. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: National Sculpture Society Grants
3 grants - $5,000 each. Deadline: Oct 28, 2019
Enclosure
33. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
34. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
35. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
36. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
37. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
38. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
39. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
40. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
41. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: 50th Annual Scottsdale Arts Festival - Scottsdale, AZ
$1,000 Best of Show + merit awards. Deadline: Nov 1, 2019
Enclosure
43. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: National Sculpture Society Grants
3 grants - $5,000 each. Deadline: Oct 28, 2019
Enclosure
51. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
52. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
53. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
54. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
55. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
56. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
57. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
58. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
59. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: 50th Annual Scottsdale Arts Festival - Scottsdale, AZ
$1,000 Best of Show + merit awards. Deadline: Nov 1, 2019
Enclosure
61. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: National Sculpture Society Grants
3 grants - $5,000 each. Deadline: Oct 28, 2019
Enclosure
69. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
70. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
71. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
72. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
73. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
74. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
75. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
76. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
77. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: 50th Annual Scottsdale Arts Festival - Scottsdale, AZ
$1,000 Best of Show + merit awards. Deadline: Nov 1, 2019
Enclosure
79. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: National Sculpture Society Grants
3 grants - $5,000 each. Deadline: Oct 28, 2019
Enclosure
87. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
88. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
89. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
90. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
91. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
92. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
93. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
94. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
95. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: 50th Annual Scottsdale Arts Festival - Scottsdale, AZ
$1,000 Best of Show + merit awards. Deadline: Nov 1, 2019
Enclosure
97. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: National Sculpture Society Grants
3 grants - $5,000 each. Deadline: Oct 28, 2019
Enclosure
105. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
106. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
107. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
108. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
109. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
110. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
111. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
112. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
113. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: 50th Annual Scottsdale Arts Festival - Scottsdale, AZ
$1,000 Best of Show + merit awards. Deadline: Nov 1, 2019
Enclosure
115. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: National Sculpture Society Grants
3 grants - $5,000 each. Deadline: Oct 28, 2019
Enclosure
116. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Atlanta Dogwood Festival - Atlanta, GA
$6,000 in awards. Deadline: Oct 25, 2019
Enclosure
123. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
124. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
125. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
126. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
127. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
128. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
129. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
130. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
131. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: 50th Annual Scottsdale Arts Festival - Scottsdale, AZ
$1,000 Best of Show + merit awards. Deadline: Nov 1, 2019
Enclosure
133. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: National Sculpture Society Grants
3 grants - $5,000 each. Deadline: Oct 28, 2019
Enclosure
134. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Atlanta Dogwood Festival - Atlanta, GA
$6,000 in awards. Deadline: Oct 25, 2019
Enclosure
141. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
142. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
143. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
144. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
145. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
146. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
147. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
148. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
149. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: 50th Annual Scottsdale Arts Festival - Scottsdale, AZ
$1,000 Best of Show + merit awards. Deadline: Nov 1, 2019
Enclosure
151. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: National Sculpture Society Grants
3 grants - $5,000 each. Deadline: Oct 28, 2019
Enclosure
152. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Atlanta Dogwood Festival - Atlanta, GA
$6,000 in awards. Deadline: Oct 25, 2019
Enclosure
159. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
160. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
161. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
162. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
163. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
164. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
165. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
166. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
167. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: 50th Annual Scottsdale Arts Festival - Scottsdale, AZ
$1,000 Best of Show + merit awards. Deadline: Nov 1, 2019
Enclosure
169. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: National Sculpture Society Grants
3 grants - $5,000 each. Deadline: Oct 28, 2019
Enclosure
170. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Atlanta Dogwood Festival - Atlanta, GA
$6,000 in awards. Deadline: Oct 25, 2019
Enclosure
177. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
178. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
179. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
180. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
181. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
182. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
183. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
184. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
185. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: 50th Annual Scottsdale Arts Festival - Scottsdale, AZ
$1,000 Best of Show + merit awards. Deadline: Nov 1, 2019
Enclosure
187. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: National Sculpture Society Grants
3 grants - $5,000 each. Deadline: Oct 28, 2019
Enclosure
188. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Atlanta Dogwood Festival - Atlanta, GA
$6,000 in awards. Deadline: Oct 25, 2019
Enclosure
195. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
196. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
197. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
198. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
199. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
200. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
201. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
202. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
203. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: 50th Annual Scottsdale Arts Festival - Scottsdale, AZ
$1,000 Best of Show + merit awards. Deadline: Nov 1, 2019
Enclosure
205. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: National Sculpture Society Grants
3 grants - $5,000 each. Deadline: Oct 28, 2019
Enclosure
206. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Atlanta Dogwood Festival - Atlanta, GA
$6,000 in awards. Deadline: Oct 25, 2019
Enclosure
213. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
214. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
215. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
216. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
217. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
218. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
219. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
220. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure
221. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: 50th Annual Scottsdale Arts Festival - Scottsdale, AZ
$1,000 Best of Show + merit awards. Deadline: Nov 1, 2019
Enclosure
223. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: National Sculpture Society Grants
3 grants - $5,000 each. Deadline: Oct 28, 2019
Enclosure
224. Source: Art Competitions provided by Artshow.com
Item: Atlanta Dogwood Festival - Atlanta, GA
$6,000 in awards. Deadline: Oct 25, 2019
Enclosure
231. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Inaugural Exhibition at Freight Gallery
Date: 10 September 2019, 3:30 am
FREIGHT GALLERY - Presents Diane Szczepaniak

Floating Light: An Installation In The Freight Elevator

Opening Reception on Sunday, September 22 from 3-5 pm 
Freight Gallery is pleased to present its inaugural exhibition featuring an installation called Floating Light, by Diane Szczepaniak. A painter and sculptor, Szczepaniak focuses equally on the object as well as the space around the object:  “When successful, the space becomes a sense experience that eludes description, but is felt in the body.”

About the artist: Diane Szczepaniak has exhibited her work in numerous solo and group exhibitions. Among her other accomplishments, she won a 2019 Fleur and Charles Bresler Residency at VisArts in Rockville, MD and in 2014 and 2011 she was a Semi-Finalist for the Sondheim Prize at the Decker/Meyerhoff Galleries, MICA, Baltimore, MD.  She was a finalist for the Trawick Prize in Bethesda, Maryland in 2012 and was awarded an Individual Artist Award in Visual Arts: Sculpture from the Maryland State Arts Council.  She has presented annual workshops exploring color, perception, and space to the Dudley Fellows at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Her work is in numerous private and public collections.  www.dianeszczepaniak.com

About Freight Gallery: Freight is an artist run pop-up gallery in a 1925 Hollister Whitney freight elevator in Washington, DC.  The space is 75 inches wide, 95 inches high, and 85 inches deep–a perfect container for displaying sculpture and small installations.  Its mission is to create more opportunities for artists. Freight is located at 2414 Douglas Street NE Washington DC 20018. There is plenty of on street parking.  Please enter on the side through the loading dock.
Enclosure
232. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Congratulations to Oletha DeVane!
Date: 6 September 2019, 2:30 am
Congratulations to Oletha DeVane of Ellicott City, MD, the 2019 Trawick Prize Best in Show Winner! 

Additionally, Mojdeh Rezaiepour of Washington, D.C. was named 2nd place; Renee Rendine of Towson, MD, 3rd place and Monroe Isenberg of Washington, D.C. was named the Young Artist winner of 2019.



The exhibit of all eight finalists will run through September 28.

The Trawick Prize, which was one of the first regional competitions of its kind in the metropolitan area, has received over 3,000 artist submissions over the years.  Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC. This event is produced in September of each year by the Bethesda Arts and Entertainment District & Bethesda Urban Partnership and features the work of the finalists in a group exhibition.

Gallery B, 7700 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite E
Gallery hours: Wed. - Sat, 12-6pm
Reception: Friday, Sept. 13, 6-8pm
Enclosure
233. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: A new art fair model!
Date: 27 August 2019, 2:12 pm
For many galleries, art fairs present a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” proposal. The cost to participate has grown increasingly steep, with many charging tens of thousands for a booth, plus expenses for shipping, travel, and insurance. Do more than one fair a year—let alone five or six—and that number balloons quickly. On the other hand, not participating can amount to a significant lost business opportunity.
Future Fair, a new New York startup launched by fair veteran Rachel Mijares Fick and art adviser Rebeca Laliberte, poses an answer to this problem: it will cut a share of its profits with participating galleries.
Read the whole article here. 
Enclosure
234. Source: Daily Campello Art News
Item: Plein Air Painting Competition at Serenity Farm
Date: 25 August 2019, 3:11 pm
FARM HERITAGE CONSERVANCY
1st Annual Sunflower Festival at Serenity Farm
6960 Serenity Farm Road
Benedict, Maryland 20612

Labor Day Weekend 2019, August 31 and September 1, 10am – 4pm

En Plein Air Day, August 30 8am-dark

Plein Air Entries created on August 30 will be judged by Dr. Margaret Dowell, Adjunct Professor of Art, College of Southern Maryland.  Artworks will be available for public viewing and purchase at the festival on August 31 and September 1.  Twenty percent of all art sales will go to the Farm Heritage Conservancy, a non profit 501(c)3.

Prizes
1st Prize: $200
2nd Prize: $100
3rd Prize: $50

AUGUST 28: Deadline for artists to contact Franklin A Robinson, Jr to reserve a spot. Space is limited to twenty entrants. E-mail fhcbenedict2015@gmail.com

AUGUST 30: En plein air day, 8am-9am, artists report to the Harvest House at Serenity Farm to fill out Artist Participation Form and to join us for donuts and coffee for meet and greet. Then the full day to wander the farm and paint.

9am-dark, paint on location at Serenity Farm, at the end of the day works will be given to Franklin Robinson for hanging.  Canvases MUST HAVE eyehooks and wire. Artists will submit title and price for work.

AUGUST 31 AND SEPTEMBER 1, 10 am – 4 pm. Art works created on August 30 at the farm will be on public display during the festival.

SEPTEMBER 1, 3-4 pm.  Artists’ reception in the Yellow Barn.  Artists pick up works not sold during festival.

Enclosure