2023  All Member

Online Exhibition

Entries accepted

September 4-October 4

NEW!! AIS is now partnering with ShowSubmit for our entry process.

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Awards Judge:   

Peggi Kroll Roberts AISM

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How many paintings can I enter?   AIS members may enter up to five artworks. Only one will be accepted. 
 What's the entry fee?   $20 for your first painting and $10 per painting up to a total of five paintings.  
How do sales work?   A link to your website is listed in the digital catalog. Artists retain 100% of commission! 
Can I enter artwork that is sold? Or what if I don't want to sell my artwork?  Artwork does not have to be for sale. Your artwork can be in a gallery or in another exhibition. 
 Can I enter a piece that did not get accepted into other AIS exhibitions?  Yes, you may enter artwork NOT accepted into any previous exhibition. 
 How will AIS display the work?    All accepted works will be posted in a special AIS online gallery and AIS Facebook pages.
  What size is accepted?    Any size with no limitations!
  Do I have to frame my piece to enter?   No, you do not have to frame your piece! 
 Do we ship our accepted work?  NO!  This is an online, virtual exhibit! 
 Is it juried the same as other exhibitions?    YES! Five Signature Members will jury the show in a blind process. 

Peggi specializes in utilizing bold brush strokes and colors, while capturing a scene’s essential values, qualities, light and colors, and the contrasts between them. Focusing on capturing images as the mind sees them rather than the eye, Peggi’s primary influences have been abstract impressionist painters such as David Park and Elmer Bischoff. She is noted for her beach scenes, which have in part been inspired by watching her children.

Prior to launching her fine art career along with her husband, Peggi worked as an illustrator in the fashion and advertising industries. Born and raised in Arizona, she attended Arizona State University before relocating to California and attending the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, where she and Ray met.

Peggi has won many awards and has been featured in both museums and several publications like Southwest Art and the Western Art Collector. She is a member of the Oil Painters of America, the California Art Club and the American Impressionist Society.

Peggi and Ray share a studio in their ranch in Angel’s Camp, California, where they continue their painting careers. Both have a fierce love of teaching, conducting both online and live workshops, and enjoy the interaction between student and teacher.

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