edmonds art festival

Juried Gallery
You are invited to apply to the 54th Annual Edmonds Arts Festival Juried Art Show. The Festival is one of the longest running in the Northwest, attracting artists from across the nation.
Profits from the Edmonds Arts Festival are returned to the community through the Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation. Programs include art scholarships, educational grants, public art installations, and ArtWorks, a gathering place for artists in downtown Edmonds.
Artisans’ Works: Fine art crafts based on functional concepts. Includes works in clay, mosaic, metal, jewelry, wood, glass and fiber.
Drawings: Graphite, colored pencil, silverpoint, chalk, crayon, pen & ink, conté and mixed media with drawing dominant.
Miniatures: Same media specifications as paintings, prints and drawings. What is a miniature? (PDF)
Paintings: Oil, acrylic, pastel, tempera, airbrush, gouache, encaustic, batik, fresco, watercolor, collage and mixed media with painting dominant.
Photography: Film, digital or altered images originating from a film or digital camera.
Cyber Art: 2D & 3D STILL IMAGERY - Should show artistic fundamentals and be generated solely through a computer. This does not include digital photography.
Prints: Relief, intaglio, mezzotint, lithograph, serigraph, monoprint, collograph and mixed media with print making dominant.
Sculpture: Nonfunctional three-dimensional art of any material.
• Artists of all ages are welcome.
• Artists may enter up to three pieces of art in each category and four in miniatures.
• There is a $12 nonrefundable fee for each piece of artwork entered or $12 for up to four miniatures.
• All entries must be for sale. We encourage artists to enter artwork in a variety of price ranges.
• 30% commission will be collected on all sales.
• All entries must be original and entirely the work of the artist.
• No copies, derivatives or reproductions; work cannot be based on copyrighted or previously published materials.
• Entries must have been produced within the last two years.
• Work must not have been previously shown at the Edmonds Arts Festival.
• Artists may not substitute or alter the work after it has been accepted.
• Digital images of accepted work will be retained by the Edmonds Arts Festival. EAF assumes permission to reproduce accepted artwork for promotional uses.
• All entries, except miniatures, will be juried from digital images. Awards will be selected from the original works of art.
Digital images are required. All entries must be submitted digitally via online entry, or CD (does not apply to miniatures). Slides will not be accepted.
• Provide one image for each piece submitted. Two images will be accepted for three-dimensional works.
Tips for Photographing your Artwork (PDF)
Image Dimensions - desired parameters:
• Longest dimension: 1200 pixels
• Maximum resolution: 200 ppi (pixels per inch)
Jpeg file format is required:
• When saving image, use jpeg quality setting of 7 or 8
File Names:
• Avoid the use of symbols or punctuation except for the period before the file extension (i.e. SummerFlowers.jpg).
Please be advised that every reasonable precaution will be taken during the receiving, installation, exhibition and return of your artwork. The Edmonds Arts Festival and its volunteers do not assume responsibility for loss or damage that may be incurred during this process. All work needs to be of a substantial enough nature to withstand these procedures. We encourage artists to carry their own insurance.
The Edmonds Arts Festival reserves the right to refuse any piece of unacceptable quality or any piece that does not match the image submitted, or does not meet the framing/ finishing criteria. Final acceptance of all entries will be at the jurors’ discretion.
Artisans’ Works and Sculpture:
• Three-dimensional work may not exceed 80” x 30” x 30.”
• No on-site assembly is allowed.
• Textile entries must not exceed 2600 square inches.
• Hanging textiles, rugs or quilts must have a sleeve for mounting. A hanging rod must be provided.
Drawings, Paintings, Photography
and Prints:
• Finished work must not exceed 44” in height and 54” in length.
• Artwork must be wired (no hooks) and ready for hanging. Hanging wire may be visible ONLY IF it is part of the overall design of the piece.
• What is a miniature? (PDF)
Miniatures will be juried from original work only.
• Miniatures have the same media ­specifications as paintings, prints and drawings.
• Image must not appear to be part of a larger painting.
• The maximum outside frame measurement must not exceed 48 square inches and the image must not exceed 25 square inches.
Miniatures may be dropped off at two locations:

Autumn’s Framing & Gallery
537 Main Street, Edmonds, WA 98020
(425) 778-5150
Lynn Asman, Kaewyn Gallery
10101 Main Street NE, Bothell WA
(425) 483-7385

or mailed to:
Edmonds Arts Festival Juried Gallery
P.O. Box 212
Edmonds, WA 98020.
• Non-selected miniatures may be picked up at ArtWorks (201 2nd Ave S, Edmonds, WA 98020) on Monday, May 23, 11a.m. - 2p.m, or Tuesday, May 24, 4 - 7p.m. Please call Ken Smith (425-478-3628) to make other arrangements. Mailed entries will be returned by mail the week of May 23rd. EAF will not return artwork by mail without proper packaging and return postage.

Optional Submission Method
Mail: See page 3 for entry forms. Fill out one entry form for each piece and mail along with a check payable to EAF and digital images to:
Festival Gallery, P.O. Box 212, Edmonds, WA 98020.

April 15, 2010
Entry must be received
Week of May 16, 2010
Notifications mailed to artists
June 10 and 11, 2010
Delivery of accepted artwork
June 19 and 20, 2010
Pick-up of unsold artwork
Biographies of Jurors for the 2011 Edmonds Arts Festival
JURIED ART Galleries
Paintings, Prints and Drawings
Born and raised in Seattle, Washington, Schreivogl received her formal education at Western Washington University and the Seattle Academy of Fine Art (now known as Gage Academy) where she attended as an arts grant recipient of the Anacortes Arts Foundation. She studied with noted Northwest artist Alfred Currier from 1998 - 2002. As a spontaneous, creative and intuitive artist, Schreivogl seeks to transmit joy in everyday activities onto canvas. Her whimsical work is primarily in acrylic, though she also paints plein air oils. She was the poster artist for the Anacortes Jazz Festival (2004, 2005) and the Anacortes Arts Festival (2006) among others. Her work can be found in public and private collections nationwide and she has juried artwork throughout the Northwest.
A life-long artist, Bennett earned fine art scholarships to Art Center School and California Institute of the Arts. After college, she worked as a studio artist and portrait painter. Bennett has owned and operated Arts Umbrella Art Center for 26 years, offering fine art instruction to youth and adults. She has won many awards in national and local competitions and is currently represented by Insights Gallery, Anacortes and Matzke Fine Art Gallery & Sculpture Park, Camano Island. Bennett is a regular participant in the Camano Island Studio Tour and Unclad Art Show.
A consummate artist involved in various media, Jim Ballard may best be known locally as a stone sculptor, having his work shown at Gallery by the Bay, Stanwood, the Semantics Gallery, Edmonds and the Fraker/Scott Gallery, Seattle, along with the public art piece “Community” he and Richard Hestekind created for Meadowdale Playfields in 1993. This time his expertise in photography has been brought to the forefront. Ballard has taught photography classes at North Seattle Community College, Edmonds Community College and at the adult education program at the University of Washington. His stock photography collection is represented by Getty Images. A professional photographer for over 30 years, Ballard has written and published articles in magazines that include Popular Photography, Petersen’s Photographic and Photo District News.
Cyber Art
Dawn McLellan studied with Fran Ho at Washington State University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts Photography degree. Her photography has been shown internationally, in Europe and the U.S. and is held in private collections worldwide. In the last several years her fine arts background has been combined with the more contemporary medium of computer generated art with an emphasis on 3D modeling and animation. A member of NAPP (National Association of Photoshop Professionals), she has a strong comprehension of cutting edge techniques required for artistic expression through the use of the computer. She is currently a 3D animator at Victory Studios in Seattle.She won a Telly award for her 3D animation and stills for the movie trailer “Ladies Who Lunch”.
Artisans’ Works and Sculpture
For over twenty years, Jensen has been developing a body of sculptural work derived from his experiences based on both heritage and contemporary circumstances, and his surroundings, the abundant beauty of the world's available natural resources and the precariousness of the relationship that we maintain with them. It is this relationship that powers his carvings, paintings, and contemporary designs. Jensen’s sensitivity for the world around him and those who live and die within it is conveyed in his work. He has received numerous awards including the Morris Graves Fellowship and the Poncho Artist Award in 2002 and has shown his work in solo exhibitions throughout the region. His work is in both public and private collections. Locations of Jensen’s public art installations include Hekinan City Hall, Japan; the Edmonds Waterfront, Everett Events Center; UW Medical Center; and the University of Alaska.

See the
2010 Award Winners