Realism vs. Impressionism Exhibition – Opens First Friday, September 1st
September Art Exhibition at Boomerang Fine Arts: Boomerang Art Submissions Realism vs. Impressionism
Opening Reception September 1, 2017, 5-9PM
“Realism vs. Impressionism”
Where do you draw the line?
A Month-long art exhibit open to all Northwest artists Professional or Amateur focused on Realism or Impressionism.
This exhibition hopes to illuminate the wide diversity of representational painting – all work is available for purchase.
This exhibition hoped to reach out and include Northwest Realist and Impressionist Painters. The call went out as far north as Bellingham, WA, as far east as Spokane, WA and Boise, ID and south to Medford, OR.
Realism vs. Impressionism Important Dates:
• Artists Reception: First Friday, September 1, 2017, 5:00p – 9:00p Reception
• Show Dates: August 29 – September 22
• Viewing Hours: Monday-Thursday 6:30a-5p, Friday 6:30a-9p, Saturday 9a-4p
Realism vs. Impressionism Location and Host:
Boomerang Fine Arts, 808 Main Street, Vancouver, WA 98660
The exhibition was open to all Northwest artists Professional or Amateur working in Realism or Impressionism
• Artists working in 2D media of all types. Visual artists working in any water, oil or acrylic media or dry media are invited to participate.
• Original artwork.
• All works are realist and/or impressionist style, whether plein air landscape, portrait, or studio still life; whether invented, contrived, or straight visual document.
Realism vs. Impressionism Reception
Opening reception: Artists have been invited to be available to guests during the reception to answer questions and share their work with the public at large.
Realism vs. Impressionism questions
Email : Call4Art@generosityreturns.com
Copyright: All rights to the artwork remain with the artist.
“…. we look forward to this exhibition from Northwest Artists in response to “Realism vs Impressionism” We hope to demonstrate the talent of our regional artists who produce original artwork and those willing to share their works with our community.”
– Tom Relth, Boomerang Fine Arts – May you be blessed as generosity returns!
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