CVAC is looking to showcase the talents of participating artists’ depictions of the Human Figure. The realistic or abstracted subject matter of the artwork must relate to the human figure, all mediums are encouraged. CVAC will be accepting submissions on;
Cost is $30 for up to 2 entries for CVAC Members and $35 for up to 2 entries for non-CVAC members.
This open exhibition is juried, with the juror determining accepted submissions and the cash awards for First-Place, Second-Place, and Third-Place in the amount of $100, $75 & $50 sequentially, as well as up to three honorable mentions. A People’s Choice shall be held during this exhibition, winner to be announced at the artist reception. This juried exhibition will highlight works of art spanning across a plethora of differing artistic mediums. “We are excited to see what our members and the arts community have to share with us.” states Danielle Dieterich, Executive Director of CVAC.
This exhibition opens to the public on Tuesday, March 8th. Awards will be distributed as the winners are celebrated during the Human Figure Exhibition Artist Reception on Friday, April 1st from 5:30-7:00 PM. Patrons will have the opportunity to mingle with the artists, enjoy refreshments and hors d’oeuvres and purchase art during this free reception.
Please Review the Prospectus: 2022 Human Figure Exhibition PROSPECTUS
This is a juried exhibition. Please review prospectus guidelines for more details.
JUROR INFORMATION: Judy Takács
Saving the world, one painting at a time, Judy Takács is best known for the painterly realism of her oil portraits and the message of female empowerment of her traveling portrait series, Chicks with Balls: Judy Takács paints unsung female heroes, which opened as her first solo museum show at the Zanesville Museum of Art in early 2020. Similarly, her Goddess Project, currently showing through June 12th, 2020 as a solo show at Chagrin Arts in Chagrin Falls, re-imagines the mythological characters from all religions via a contemporary feminist lens.
A winner of thirteen Best in Show awards since 2011, her figurative work has been exhibited in solo, invitational and juried shows at the Butler Institute of American Art, Zanesville Museum of Art, Evansville Museum, ArtNEO Museum, MOCA Cleveland, Haggin Museum, Salmagundi and National Arts Clubs, and at colleges and art centers nationally. Takács has national art competitions for Susquehanna University, Rochester Art Club and The Bryn Du Art Show as well as local ones throughout Northeast Ohio.
A signature member of the Akron Society of Artists and American Women Artists, Takács currently holds elected membership with the Salmagundi and Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Clubs, and also a board position with the Allied Artists of America as Social Media Chair. She is past chair of Social Media, and Literature Committee writer for the Portrait Society of America. She has written, directed and hosted 66 episodes of Living Figuratively, her weekly broadcast, now on YouTube, designed to spur a love of figurative art. Her paintings, projects and contributions to the figurative art world are noted on Wikipedia.
Choosing subjects for their strength of character, Takács’ portraits depict women of courage, resilience and everyday heroism. Her goal is to truthfully depict a living, breathing soul whose presence invites viewers to linger, connect and think.
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