Call for Entries
8th Annual Self Portrait Exhibition - May 22 to July 9
Color is in and color is the theme for this year's 8th Annual Self Portraits Show. Choose one color, any one color and play with dark and light, warm and cool, and hue and texture to create your self portrait. Express your inner-self. Artists are encouraged to create works that reflect personality, life stories, and feelings. It can be literal or expressive; it can be realistic or abstract. All media will be considered including photography, drawing, painting, sculpture and mixed media.
Conditions of Exhibition:
1. entry fee - $25 member, $35 for non-member
2. art is to have been completed within the past year
3. open to all media forms
4. wall hung art must be professionally mounted or framed, ready to hang, and no larger than 30" wide.
5. artist may submit only one work of art for consideration by jury, thus only fill in one submission below.
6. all works of art must remain on exhibition for the length of the show
7. works may be for sale - 60% to artist; 40% to TCA
8. artist is responsible for all shipping arrangements; payment responsibility of purchaser
9. TCA reserves the right to use any image of accepted works for publicity and documentations.
10. Artists are encouraged to attend opening reception Thursday May 25th, 4-6pm
1. Monday, May 8th midnight - Deadline for submission.
2. Tuesday, May 9th – Jurors vote online
3. Between Wed – Friday, May 10-12, Jurors meet as group to make final decisions
4. Monday, May 15 - notification of acceptance
5. Monday, May 22 - deliver art to TCA, Encore Gallery between 10 and noon
6. Monday and Tuesday if necessary – work is hung in Encore (jurors help curate and hang)
7. Thursday, May 25 - opening reception, 4-6pm
1. Digital images are the only accepted form of submission.
2. File format: JPEG only.
3. File dimensions: 600 to 900 pixels on the longest side of the actual print image,
4. File Resolution: 72 ppi/dpi (standard web resolution)
5. Submit only one work of art per artist.
6. Do not need to provide "option information" below.
Ani has been immersed in the visual arts, architecture and design since the early 1980’s,which is the foundation and impetus for her passion to help artists and arts and environmental organizations organize, curate and install fine art exhibitions in numerous venues on the Central Coast of California, Los Angeles and San Francisco. She have been fortunate to work with artists working in diverse media, showcasing fine art in environments that ranged from intimate settings to large public spaces, one-person exhibits to large group events, installations in art galleries and a museum, restaurants, a bank, private homes, a Veterans’ Hall and other commercial spaces. Working sensitively with those involved and placing each work in the best light possible in relation to the whole have been the hallmark of creating harmonious installations. Concurrently, she was involved in developing her own personal fine art photographic work, which was exhibited in one-person and group shows and published here and in Europe. Presently, she is building a new body of work, as she develops skills working with porcelain in the ceramic medium.
Cody is an artist and art preparator/technician. His works are abstract, textural and filled with color. He's had a number of solo exhibitions in Taos and many group exhibitions across the country including Colorado, Arizona, Minnesota, Iowa and Texas. When he is not doing his own work he working with Larry Bell as a preparator and installer in exhibitions around the world. Cody has a critical eye for hanging and installing exhibitions and is a master at pulling works together, lighting exhibitions and showcasing both solo and group works. Cody Riddle
Adeana Carlyle is a realistic figurative artist. She has participated in the TCA Self Portrait Show for the past four years with a People's Choice Award in 2015. Other shows include two One-Person shows, two Taos Portrait Artists shows and numerous group shows. At the present, her work has mainly been commissioned portraits. Major influences of her 32 years of painting are Bruce DeFoor, David Leffel, Sherrie McGraw, Carolyn Anderson and Daniel Sprick. Her primary goal is to create artwork that not only captures a likeness, but conveys the personality and spirit of the model.