Held from September 25 to October 24, the 2015 LPCA Juried Art Show highlights the creative visions of our Adirondack residents. All media and genres welcome!
Open to all artists/media including: photography, sculpture, painting, drawing, fiber, ceramics, woodcrafts, jewelry, prints & constructions. Two dimensional work must be suitably framed & wired for hanging. Clip hangers are not acceptable. Work on paper must be under glass or Plexiglas. Three dimensional work exceeding 34" square or 100 lbs. cannot be entered without
prior arrangement with the LPCA. If a work has specific presentation requirements this must be indicated on the entry form and there must be written documentation of the requirements attached to the work. Entries marked Not for Sale are eligible but must have a dollar value noted on the entry form (for insurance purposes) to be considered for jurying. These eligibility requirements
are meant to protect your work.
Work should be delivered to the LPCA’s Fine Arts Gallery in Lake Placid September 16, 17, 18 & 19 from 1-5pm accompanied by a $25 non-refundable entry fee. Your entry fee covers two submitted works. No more than four entries per artist. Jurors will determine exhibited and non-exhibited works and awards. Make check or money order payable to“LPCA”. The LPCA reserves the right to
photograph works for publicity purposes.
The Fine Arts Gallery at the LPCA will provide insurance coverage for exhibited works. The Arts Center does not assume responsibility for loss or damage to any work while on site for jurying. Work is entered at the artist’s risk, although the LPCA takes every precaution to safeguard entries. Unclaimed works remaining after pickup dates become the property of the LPCA. The
LPCA cannot accept submissions shipped by public carriers without special arrangements. Works shipped to the LPCA for jurying without prior arrangements for repackaging, pickup and return delivery will be refused.
For more information or questions, contact Anya at 518-523-2512 or email email@example.com.
Juror 1: Julia Gronski
Julia Gronski is a studio potter living in Upper Jay. She grew up in Germany and apprenticed as a potter, before she went to art school and earned her diploma in fine arts / ceramic at the Institute for Artistic Ceramic and Glas (Institut fuer Kuenstlerische Keramik und Glas) in Hoehr-Grenzhausen, Germany. After graduating she came to the Adirondacks through an art-residency program, fell in love with her husband and the mountains and stayed. She taught pottery classes to children and adults and made pots decorated with sometimes whimsical drawings inspired by nature and the daily life. Currently she is taking a hiatus from making art to raise her small twin daughters.
Juror 2: Angie Snye
Angie Snye is the Assistant Curator at the Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake. She has a AS in Photography and a BA in Art History from SUNY New Paltz. She works extensively with historic photographs and art, including paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures. She recently joined the board of directors for the Lake Placid Olympic Museum. Angie lives in Tupper Lake with her husband and daughter.
Notification of Juror's Decision
A list of exhibited works will be posted at www.LakePlacidArts.org by 5pm, Wednesday, September 23.