A Portraits Show
There is nothing more interesting than the landscape of the human face.”Irvin Kershner
The human face has been an endless source of inspiration and fascination for artists since the beginning of civilization. During these trying months of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve lost that shared immediate facial recognition and emotional connection to others–whether it be a smile, a frown or even an angry grimace–since our faces have been covered by protective masks.
For the BGA’s first all Virtual Art Exhibit, we’re asking artists to submit portraits–of yourself and of others–as the gallery celebrates the common features, yet uniqueness of each human face–and the stories those faces tell.
The BGA is looking for both 2 and 3D portraits created in a variety of media including painting, printmaking, collage, clay, textiles and photography for the exhibit.
Submissions Deadline: Sun., Nov. 22, 6pm
Fees: $10 Per Submission; $15 Up to Three
Full Exhibit Details and Photographing Art Requirements Coming on Nov. 2, including information on the BGA’s new Virtual Gallery Site.