2020 Fall Exhibition: SPLASH!
Celebrating a colorful mix of water media style, subject and talent.
September 17 – October 15, 2020
Hosted VIRTUALLY by the White Bear Center for the Arts at www.whitebeararts.org due to COVID-19.
Registration is closed.
Registration closes August 14, 2020.*
- Registration opens July 16, 2020 and closes August 14, 2020 (not August 20 as previously posted)
- Judging will be done using the unframed, unmatted and scanned jpeg images submitted as part of the registration process.
- Winners will be announced via a pre-recorded program that will be posted on the WBCA website on the evening of September 17.
- Awards will be sent to winners via mail shortly after the announcement.
About the Show
The MNWS Fall Exhibition is a non-juried show open to all active members who have paid dues through May 31, 2021. Artists of all skill levels may submit one painting. The first 70 paid entries will be accepted. The $30 fee is non-refundable and helps support the Minnesota Water Color Society.
All entries must follow MNWS Exhibition Rules. Artists must accept an online Submission Rules Agreement to participate as part of the registration process. Artists are strongly encouraged to completely read and understand rules BEFORE deciding what image to submit. Matting and framing requirements do not apply for this virtual show.
Paintings may be offered for sale or shown as NFS – not for sale. Artists wishing to sell their paintings must provide contact information (website, email or phone number) which will be posted on the WBCA website during the show.
Artists are individually responsible for transacting the sale directly with the buyer and for arranging to ship the artwork to the buyer. WBCA asks for a 15% commission. It is the responsibility of the artist to send the commission to WBCA as a professional courtesy.
Registration opens July 16, 2020 and closes August 14, 2020.
New for 2020: you will have the option to include an Artist Statement about your work during the registration process. Maximum length of 200 words.
Contact Janet Bates at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cris Franchevich is a visual artist and architect originally from Brazil and living in Minneapolis since 2000 with her husband and their two daughters. An avid traveler, Cris sees the city with the eyes of an andarilho, a Portuguese word meaning the wanderer, the explorer discovering new territory.
Cris navigates between the realm of figurative and abstract work. What begins as watercolor sketches painted on-site, develops into mixed media paintings in studio. Her art is made similar to how her journeys are made; walking to step away from the comfort zone and seeking new experiences.
Cris teaches watercolor workshops locally and abroad.
|2020||SPLASH!||Janet Bates||White Bear Center for the Arts||2020 Show|
|2019||Minnesota Dreamin’||Therésa Weseman||Ames Center||2019 Awards|
|2018||Awash in Autumn||Therésa Weseman||Ames Center||2018 Awards|
|2017||Luminous Light||Therésa Weseman||Hopkins Center for the Arts||2017 Awards|
|2016||Flying Colors||Suzi McArdle||Lakeville Area Arts Center||2016 Awards|
|2015||Brilliant Passages||Suzi McArdle||Ames Center||2015 Awards|
|2014||Inspired Images||Vic Perlbachs||Ames Center||2014 Awards|
|2013||Waterworks||Vic Perlbachs||Colonial Church||2013 Awards|
|2012||Finding Minnesota||Vic Perlbachs||Christ Church Lutheran||2012 Awards|
|2011||Mosaic||Vic Perlbachs||Colonial Church||2011 Awards|
|2010||Illuminated||Sonja Hutchinson||Burnsville Performing Art Center||2010 Awards|
|2009||Ripples and Reflections||Sonja Hutchinson||Bloomington Art Center||2009 Awards|
|2008||Seasons in the City||Catherine Hearding||Plymouth Congregational Church||2008 Awards|
|2007||Awash with Color||Catherine Hearding||Bloomington Art Center||2007 Awards|
|2006||Brush to Paper||CeCeile Hartleib||Blaine City Hall||2006 Awards|
|Banfill-Locke Center for the Arts||2005 Awards|
|2004||September Splendor||Holly Landauer||Bloomington Art Center||2004 Awards|