Make sure to have the appropriate equipment when getting an electronic camera wet.
Northwind Art is welcoming photography content for an upcoming juried exhibition entitled, “WET,” that takes a look at the myriad aspects, elements, and impacts of water, from the existence of water as ocean and rain to its absence as desert and tundra.
“‘WET’ will explore the power of water in its numerous types and how that power is manifested in diverse environments and cultures,” stated Michael Vince Snyder DuBose, Northwind Art exhibits director. “From geysers to rivers to glaciers, steam to liquid to ice, water is a powerful force impacting the world. It demolishes mountains, and it supports our gardens. It is the basis of all life. We welcome material that takes a look at a broad spectrum of topic– infrastructure like aqueducts, canals, and reservoirs; the extremes of weather condition and environment; activities from sailing to consuming to bathing– all the myriad elements of life that occur as an effect of the presence of water on the earth.”
The artist entry duration closes Friday, Feb. 10. Jury dates begin Feb. 11 and end Feb. 15. Artists will be notified on Feb. 16.
This is a local exhibit. All participants from the Pacific Northwest area are welcome.
Awards for the exhibition include a $500 Juror’s Choice Award, three $300 Merit Awards, and one $100 post-exhibit Individuals’s Option Award.
The exhibition dates for those chosen will be March 16 through April 30.
Entries will be submitted through coffee shop, an online art entry site with a $30 entry cost, which goes towards exhibition operating expense.
More details are offered at artist.callforentry.org/festivals_unique_info.php?ID=11243.