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Accepting Entries For Red River Valley Art Exhibition

The Red River Valley Museum, 4600 College Drive, Vernon, Texas is hosting the 11th annual Red River Valley International Juried Art Exhibition.  The show will open on May 6th to the public.  The deadline for artist entries is March 3, 2012.

Artists, age 18 and over may enter this diversified show.  All work entered must be original creations of the artist and not done in a class under supervision.  Art work previously entered in a RRVM juried exhibition will not be eligible.  All entries must be for sale.  One to three entries may be submitted for a non-refundable fee of $30.  Additional entries will be $5 each.   Artists may send entries on a CD provided they are in .jpeg format.  Entries may also be submitted on 35mm slides.

The show will be juried by a committee and awards will be selected by Awards Judge, David Band who is a nationally recognized and award-winning artist, author, art critic, conservator and juror.  Mr. Band has shown in and received awards in numerous major exhibitions across the United States.  He is a member of Allied Artists of America, Inc., Audubon Artists, Inc.,   National Arts Club, Watercolor USA Honor Society, Salmagundi Club and the Artist's Fellowship.  He is listed in the Biographical Encyclopedia of American Painters, Sculptors, and Engravers of the U. S.,   Who's Who in American Art, Who's Who in America, Who's Who in American Education, and International Directory of Distinguished Leadership.  His work is in many major corporate, institutional and private collections.

For further information or to receive a show prospectus call the museum at (940) 553-1848 or go to www.redrivervalleymuseum.org to print the show prospectus.  The museum is open free to the public from 1-5pm everyday except Monday.

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