AIS 2020 Online Juried Exhibition We heard you!
Our survey results produced important feedback from our members.
Your AIS board members planned this online exhibit in response to requests from our artist members in our survey in late 2019 and months before the impact of the pandemic. Are we clairvoyant? Probably not, but it is absolutely serendipity!
Call for entries is closed as of July 22. Thanks to all the artists who entered.
Awards Juror Ned Mueller AISM
|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.|
|Can I sell my artwork?||Artists receive 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.|
|Can I enter a piece that did not get accepted into the National Exhibit?||After July 15 notification, you may enter artwork NOT accepted into our National Exhibition.|
|How will AIS display the work?||All accepted works will be posted in a special AIS online gallery and AIS Facebook pages. We will link your website to your artwork.|
|What size is accepted?||Any size with no limitations!|
|Do I have to frame my piece?||No, you do not have to frame your piece!|
|Do we ship our accepted work?||NO! This is an online, virtual exhibit!|
MEMBERSHIP: Must be a current (or new) paid member of AIS and must be a legal US resident to be eligible to enter the exhibition. 2020 membership dues of $60 must be paid prior to entering. If dues are not paid prior to the entry deadline, entry will be disqualified. To join online www.americanimpressionistsociety.org.
MEDIUM: Oil, Pastel, Acrylic and the following Watermedia: watercolor, acrylic, gouache, casein and egg tempera. No mixed media, photography, digital or any other media. No digitally manipulated work, painted giclee prints or any other type of reproductions, no manipulated or painted over photos. Any artist whose work is determined to be in violation of this rule will be disqualified, will forfeit any awards received and will be banned from any and all AIS exhibitions for the following three years.
WORK REQUIREMENTS: Work must be original in concept and execution, impressionistic in style, and must have been completed within the last three years. Work done in ANY class and/or under the guidance of an instructor is not eligible for entry. Work painted from reference photos must be created from the artist’s own photographs, not from any other photo source, copyrighted or not. Entries must not violate any copyrights. Entries may not have been exhibited in any previous AIS show. Work that was entered but not accepted into previous AIS shows may be entered again as long as they meet the above requirements.
SIZE & QTY: NO Size limitation. Up to five paintings may be submitted. Maximum of one painting per artist may be accepted into the show.
FRAMING: NO FRAMING!
LIABILITY & AGREEMENT: The artist retains copyright to his/her image(s), however, by submitting to this show, artist agrees to AIS's use of the images for publicity (including future AIS event promotion) and archival purposes. Artist agrees to abide by all rules in this prospectus. Submission of entries and entry fee, which is non-refundable, constitute agreement with all conditions set forth in this prospectus.
SALES COMMISSION: AIS will direct buyers directly to artists. Artists' websites and contact information will be included in the online exhibit. Artists maintain 100% of sales price. AIS will not process sales transactions or shipping arrangements to buyers. Work may be entered that is not for sale. If your work is for sale it must be priced according to your standard pricing. Paintings that do not reflect the artist's current pricing structure may be disqualified. No price changes will be accepted once you have submitted your entry-please double check your entries for accuracy of information. An artist who withdraws an entry after acceptance into the exhibition shall not be eligible to enter any AIS exhibition for the two succeeding years.
ENTRY FEE: $20 for one painting and $10 per additional entry up to five works. If you enter a total of five your entry fee is $60. Entry fee may be paid with a credit card on the Juried Art Services website. Entry fees are nonrefundable whether your paintings are juried into the exhibition or not.
$20 One painting
$30 Two paintings
$40 Three Paintings
$50 Four paintings
$60 Five Paintings
ONLINE ENTRY: All entries must be submitted at www.juriedartservices.com
Monday, June 15 - Wednesday, July 22: Entries accepted at www.juriedartservices.com
Wednesday, July 22: Deadline: Midnight Pacific time (PST). Due to the extremely high number of last minute entries anticipated this year, we highly recommend entering well before the final deadline to avoid possible last minute issues that can and do arise, especially if you are not familiar with using the digital entry system.
Wednesday, September 9:Online Exhibit opens on AIS website and Facebook Live Awards
Monday, November 9: Last day of online exhibition in catalog format.
AWARDS JUDGE: NED MUELLER AISM
"Ned is a very accomplished and highly respected artist, having been drawing and painting for over 70 years.He has been designated as a “Master Artist” with both the Oil Painters of America and the American Impressionist Society. He is a graduate of the prestigious Art Center School of Design in Los Angeles where as still a student he also taught drawing classes. He has participated in many of the major invitational shows in the country, including the "Artist's of America Show", The American Impressionist Society's Annual Exhibition, “National Academy of Western Art", "Oil Painters of America", "Laguna Plein Air Show", "Pastel Society of America", "The Autry Western Masters Show", "The Northwest Rendezvous Show" and the annual "Plein Air Painters of America Exhibition.
He has shown in some of the Finest Galleries in the country, has won numerous awards and is included in many private fine art collections. He is a Signature member of the Plein Air Painters of America. California Art Club, Northwest Pastel Society, Puget Sound Group of Northwest Artists, Northwest Rendezvous Group, and the Laguna Plein Air Painters. He continues to challenge himself to grow as an Artist and is asked to jury Regional and National Art Shows. Ned loves to teach and share his many years of knowledge and experience by teaching classes and workshops, regionally, nationally and internationally.”