Current and Upcoming Shows
July 10 – August 3
Celebration of Fiber Arts
Country Crossroads Quilters and Mistlin Gallery have partnered to produce the event in July 10 through August 3, at the Mistlin Gallery. The show will include art quilts, traditional quilts, weaving, knitting, wearable art, and more. Exhibited work will be for sale.
The use of fiber in art has expanded in the past 30 years to include not only fabric but thread work, beading, painting, hand dyed fibers, and photography that lift the traditional quilt to new heights. A resurgence of knitting and crocheting has occurred nationwide and television shows such as Project Runway have inspired new interest in sewing and textiles. The exhibit is designed to showcase the work of local artists and educate the public on the breadth and creativity of fiber art.
August 14 – October 5
Autumn Art Festival III, Juried Member Show
The Autumn Art Festival is a CCAA members only juried art show and fundraiser at the Mistlin Gallery from August 14 – October 5. Awards will be given at the fundraiser gala on August 25th. Artist entries are due at the gallery by Saturday, July 28. Entered art must be received at the gallery on Aug. 4 and 5. Download the Call to Artists and Guidelines: AAF 2018 Call for Entries
Categories of Art:
Water Media: Acrylic, ink, watercolor
Oil /Pastel/Encaustic: All entries using predominantly these mediums
Graphics: Photography, digital art, drawings
Mixed Media: Any two-dimensional art with significant use of two or more mediums.
3-Dimensional: Pottery, Sculpture, fabric art, etc. that is 3 dimensional in nature.
Awards: Best of Show $500, First Place in each category $150, Second Place in each category $100, Third Place in each category $50. Merit awards to be given at jurors discretion. The Peoples’ Choice awards will be announced after the August 16th and September 20th Art Walks.
October 9 – November 9
Healing Journey – Works by Memorial Medical Center’s Complementary Therapy class
November 13 – December 21
Home for the Holidays Member Show