'The Unity of Man and Nature'

Are you keen at observing nature in all its forms - from fossil sloths to mockingbirds, primroses to children? This presence of nature in an ideal, materialised, energy and information form is man's Self. So organic that when these external natural principles disappear, man himself disappears from life. If we lose nature's image, we lose our life.

We are constantly aware of the influence of nature in the form of the air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat, and the flow of energy and information. This is a call to all great observers who are also artists.

Man's influence on nature. Man is not only a dweller in nature, he also transforms it. From the very beginning of existence, and with increasing intensity human society has adapted environing nature and has made all kinds of incursions into it.

Artists may submit between one and five pieces, maximum five.

All natural subject matters including botanical Illustrations and all branches of the animal kingdom, land, sea and sky.

All mediums are welcome, and all styles contemporary and classic, audio, visual, 3-D, and written works.

Although this is a group show, each piece will be approved for display.

This call is for a tentative Spring show, and the deadline for this call is January 12, 2017

If you are accepted the show fee is $35 per artist.

Artists for this show will be announced January 22, 2017.

Artists are required to be at the show Saturday, February 11.

Show location to be announced. Space is limited.
Submit your application here >> Morgan Herrin, Untitled, dimensional lumber (2x4's), h: 82 x w: 18 x d: 12 in , 2008
     
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