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Crocker-Kingsley Art Competition


Winners of the 2015 Crocker-Kingsley Art Competition—the prestigious, biennial 87-year-old juried exhibition, featuring 75 works and six prize-winners selected from 1300 California entries— will have their work displayed at Blue Line Arts for the second time in a row. Featuring limited edition prints from Gregory Kondos in the WestPark Workshop Gallery.   


“Each exhibit features such strong work," said acclaimed artist Gregory Kondos, who curated this year's collection, Kondos also selected six cash-prize winners whose work will be featured at the Crocker Art Museum in March 2015.  Those prize winners will be announced at the exhibition’s exclusive preview on January 8, 2015 at Blue Line Arts.


The Crocker-Kingsley exhibition became juried in 1940, a tradition that continues to the present day.  The exhibition, originally held at the Crocker Art Museum, moved to Blue Line Arts in 2012 as an expansion of the exhibition that extends for six weeks.


”We're delighted to help grow the competition and share a partnership with the Kingsley Art Club and the Crocker Art Museum to feature such an impressive exhibit," said Julie Hirota, chief executive officer of Blue Line Arts. This year the number of participants increased 175% and entries poured in as the deadline approached, creating strong competition.  The works represent a diversity of media ranging from painting and sculpture to photography—and a variety of artist styles that include representational and abstract work.


Past exhibitors have included many of the premier names in American and Californian art and have led many to futher their career in art.  Past exhibitors of note include Robert Arneson, Kathryn Uhl Ball, Elmer Bischoff, Fred Dalkey, David Gilhooly, Ralph Goings, Roland Petersen, Mel Ramos, Ruth Rippon, Fritz Scholder and Wayne Thiebaud.  Juror Gregory Kondos exhibited in 13 Crocker-Kingsley exhibits from 1955-1970.

 

His work was also included in the Fifty Years of Crocker-Kingsley retrospective exhibit held in 1975.

 

 

January 9th - February 21st, 2015

3rd Saturday Reception January 17th

(6-7 Members + Artists Only) 7-9 Public

 

Mark Bowls 'SUMMER HEAT-CENTRAL VALLEY'

Mark Bowles 'SUMMER HEAT-CENTRAL VALLEY'

 

Gregory Kondos 'Rosebud Farm'

Gregory Kondos 'Rosebud Farm'

 

Bill Heiderich 'Blue Dome'

Bill Heiderich 'Blue Dome'

 

Tony Baker 'A Moment'

Tony Baker 'A Moment'

 

Eli & Edythe Broad Children's Gallery Eli & Edythe Broad Children's Gallery

Hallberg Award Winners

 

The show features Sierra College students who have won scholarships for their excellence and dedication to their chosen mediums. 2014 recipients include Dawn Blanchfield, Mollie Murbach, Daryl Stinchfield, and Craig Telles.

January 9th - February 7th, 2015

3rd Saturday Reception January 17th

(6-7 Members + Artists Only) 7-9 Public

 

Dawn Blanchfield 'The Queen's Mirror'

What's Ahead

Crocker-Kingsley Art Competition January 9th – February 21st, 2015

The Russ Solomon Collection February 27th – April 4th, 2015

America's ClayFest III April 17th – May 30th,, 2015

Extra Parts: Recycled and Found Object Art June 5th – July 11th, 2015

Membership Medley July 17th – August 15th, 2015

30 Painters to Watch August 21st – October 3th, 2015

5th Annual Plates and Totems October 9th – November 18th, 2015

Photography Art Competition November 28th, 2015 – January 9th, 2016

 

Call to Artists for the Following:

The Next Generation High School Competition

'In the Sac' app logo contest

America's ClayFest III ~ OPEN DIVISION Prospectus STUDENT DIVISION Prospectus

Purposeful Pottery

The Art of Fashion

Membership Medley

iArt

Photography Art Competition

30x30

Art in Public Places

Gift Gallery Items

 

Art in the Middle

Artist In Residency

Chilton Middle School

Cedars of Marin


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