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Members Show at the Leepa-Rattner Museum September 18 – October 27

 

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PAVA ANNUAL MEMBERS EXHIBIT AT LEEPA-RATTNER

 

 

PAVA ANNUAL MEMBERS’ EXHIBIT

This is a judged show and prizes will be given out during the reception September  27th.

All PAVA members may submit work for this exhibition.
Please read the directions carefully. There are restrictions.
If you have any questions, please email the Exhbition Chair, Lorie Ulen at lulen@tampabay.rr.com

DATE OF SHOW RUN: Sept. 18 – Oct. 28, 2012
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 9TH, 2012
LOCATION: Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art
600 Klosterman Road
Tarpon Springs, FL
DATE OF DELIVERY: Saturday, Sept. 15, 10am – 12pm
SUBMISSION: 1 piece per artist
ENTRY FEE: $10 and the signed release form
PICKUP: Sunday, October 28th, 1pm – 3pm
RECEPTION: Thursday September 27th, 6pm – 8pm
(Details about reception will follow)
***PLEASE NOTE: The Leepa-Rattner Artists’ Market is scheduled for October 13th & 14th. Any PAVA artwork sold on those two days is subject to a 40% commission. There is no commission for the remainder of the exhibit. Keep this in mind when pricing your items.
Download the release form in PDF by clicking here.

1. Email to lulen@tampabay.rr.com with PAVA MEMBERS’ EXHIBIT in the subject line, the title of your work, medium, size, price, your name and contact phone number NO LATER THAN September 9th. Labels have to printed prior to delivery of work, and I will be out of town for several days prior to the exhibit, so it’s important to observe the deadline. Leepa-Rattner will not accept last minute handwritten labels.
2. Bring the $10 CASH entry fee and signed release form when you deliver your work.
3. If you are unable to deliver your work on Sept. 15th or pick up on Oct. 28th, please make arrangements with another artist to do so.
**Work can also be mailed to the PAVA post office box. Contact the PAVA Administrator for additional info or to make arrangements.
We ask that you send images of your submission for possible publicity use by September 1st, however we cannot guarantee their use. Please be sure to include PAVA Members’ Exhibit in the subject line.

2 – D Works:

Work must be no wider than 36 inches.
Pieces must be submitted in a ready to hang condition: properly framed and wired, clean and in good repair. No saw tooth hangers. Subject matter should be appropriate for the venue. Personnel cannot dust or adjust the work, nor repair broken frames or hanging wire.
***Please label the back of your work with your name and contact information***
Any work that doesn’t comply with the above requests can not be accepted.
ALL ARTWORK MUST REMAIN AT LEEPA-RATTNER THROUGH THE END OF THE EXHIBIT, EVEN IF SOLD.

3- D Works & Jewelry:

**Unfortunately, there are no provisions for jewelry in this exhibit.
There is a limited amount of space for 3-D items and they will be taken on a first come, first served basis. Pedestals will be available. Items will not be under cover, so please keep that in mind when submitting.
Questions?? Contact the Exhibition Chair, Lorie Ulen: lulen@tampabay.rr.com
You are receiving this email because you are a member of PAVA.

Artists Release Form – Please sign and include when you bring your work

WAIVER OF LIABILITY FORM

This statement must be read, signed, dated and returned to the Leepa-Rattner 

Museum of Art before any actions may be taken with said rental.

This form is a Waiver of Liability by the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art, Inc. and St. 

Petersburg College for members of PAVA (Professional Association of Visual Artists) 

as a rental of the Fine Art Auditorium for the purposes of an exhibition. This waiver

releases any responsibility of the Museum and College for loss/theft or damage of

artwork, supplies, personal articles and/or bodily injury sustained while on the premises

or while participating in this exhibition.

Further, the undersigned hereby holds the Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art, Inc., its

directors, officers, employees and volunteers, St. Petersburg College, its trustees, officers,

employees and persons acting on its behalf, harmless from the above listed conditions.

The Museum and College accept no fiscal responsibility to provide additional insurance

for this rental and are to be held harmless for any theft or damage through an act of God,

or third person.  Beyond this the Museum and College will act in professional accordance

with standard operating procedures for the protection of patrons utilizing the facilities of

St. Petersburg College.

Participant’s Name: ________________________________________

Address: ________________________________________________

________________________________________________

Tel. #:  _______________________________________

I have read understand fully the terms and condition of this Waiver of Liability.

Signature _______________________________________________ Date: _________

P.O. Box 1545, Tarpon Springs, FL  34688   PHONE 727-712-5225 /  FAX 727-444-6178.

Media Evaluation for Cool Art

 

Media evaluation from Cool Art:

The results of the evaluation of who comes to Cool Art and where did they hear about it has been fairly consistent for the past several years. The most response came from the Tampa Bay Times then the artists then the post cards. What was new this year was a large response for on line information and a little bit from TV and Radio. All this means is we need to make sure we contact all marketing areas in order to have a good turn out from the general public..

Cool Art 24 Artists and booth numbers – Coliseum Floor Plan

 

 

First Last City medium Booth #
Misao Adachi St. Petersburg Painting 63
Wesley Allen Tampa Ceramics 26
Sue Ayala Daytona Beach Glassworks 40
Jack Boyle San Antonio Ceramics 3
Jack Breit  Lisa Glaser St. Petersburg Mixed Media Photography / Ceramics 56
Dave Bruner Sarasota Printmaking 8
Sarah Thee Campagna St. Petersburg Metal Sculpture 11
Lin Carte Philadelphia Mixed Media 24
Dianne F Caton St.Petersburg Ceramics 75
Teri Causey Ft. Myers Mixed Media 74
Carolina Cleere Tampa Mixed Media 30
Carolyn Cooper St Petersburg Ceramics 48
Joyce Curvin Palm Harbor Sculpture 42
Coralette Damme St. Petersburg Printmaking 44
Bill Darrah Bradenton Mixed Media Painting 41
Matthew Davies St. Petersburg Ceramics 28
Cindy Devine Tarpon Springs Jewelry 68
Mark DiLeonardo Largo Metal Sculpture 67
Eric Dodds Largo Painting 43
Josephina Espinosa Port Charlotte Glassworks 19
Ben W. Essenburg Englewood Painting 7
Bruce Ferguson Tampa Painting 10
Barbara Foley Palm Harbor Jewelry 14
Janet G.and Eric Folsom Gulfport Painting /Jewelry / metalwork 15
Wendy Foreman Ormond Beach Jewelry 60
Yvette Galliher Clearwater Painting 29
R Gene Gandee Winter Garden Ceramics 55
Rosario Garcia Ft. Lauderdale Jewelry 6
Susan Rollins Gehring Dunedin Printmaking / Painting 23
Holly Hambrick Ormond Beach Mixed Media 37
Lyn Novak Hise Inverness Mixed Media 61
Barbara Kampe Clearwater Painting 57
John Kellum Orlando Ceramics 64
Carol Kohnke St. Petersburg Ceramics 62
David Lawrence Palm Harbor Photography 1
Angus P Macaulay St Petersburg Painting/Mixed media 69
Tony & Karen Marsh Clearwater Wood / Jewelry 54
Lorrie Mason Tampa Jewelry 72
Linda McCarrey Fayetteville Mixed Media 71
Donna McCarthy-Jensen St Augustine Ceramic Sculpture 39
James Michaels Palm Harbor Painting 34
Peg Miller Melborne Beach jewelry 45
Elizabeth E Mitchell Tampa Fiber Painting 27
Marius Moore Gulfport Photography 53
Don Naumann Crystal Beach Photography 17
Melisa Miller Nece Palm Harbor Painting/ Drawing / Pastel 58
Mark Noll Clearwater Wood Jewelry 31
Lori Kay Olling Tampa Jewelry 38
Christina Paluszek-McClure Pinellas Park Jewelry 65
Connie / Patti Parkinson/ Bacun Palm Harbor Glassworks 35
Lorraine Potocki Palm Harbor Pastel 36
Juan Cotrino Ramirez Coral Springs Mixed Media 16
Candace Richey Ripoli Clearwater Drawing 59
Charles Rowe Crystal River Painting 33
Carol Sackman Dunedin Fiber 46
Steven & Kim Schramek St Petersburg Glass 2
John Shevlin Gulfport Painting 51
Ernest C Simmons Dunedin Painting 20
Rebecca Skelton Joe Walles St Petersburg Drawing / Photography 13
James Smith St. Petersburg Wood 49
Linda Smith Clearwater Painting 18
Virginia Spalter Valrico Galssworks 47
Anisa Stewart Fort Meyers Jewelry 50
Kathleen Stroud St. Petersburg Mixed Media 32
Linda Tilson Venice Fiber 25
Barbara & Rick Umbel Melbourne Beach Jewelry 9
William Underwood Pinellas Park Photography / Drawing 73
Marilyn Vaillancourt Weeki Wachee Jewelry 52
Ana Varela Micanopy Ceramics 4
Monika Watson Gulfport Mixed Media 12
Jennifer Weaver Ozona Ceramics 66
Debra Thomas Weible Dunedin Painting 22
Sandra Williams St Petersburg Painting 5
Jan Wunsch St Petersburg Jewelry 21
Albert Zimmerman Seminole Wood 70

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24 Cool Art Show – Artists Exhibiting

 

 

SHOW ARTISTS
Misao Adachi
Wesley Allen
Sue Ayala
Jack Boyle
Jack Breit  Lisa Glaser
Dave Bruner
Sarah Thee Campagna
Lin Carte
Dianne F Caton
Teri Causey
Caroline Cleere
Carolyn Cooper
Joyce Curvin
Coralette Damme
Bill Darrah
Matthew Davies
Cindy Devine
Mark DiLeonardo
Eric Dodds
Josephina Espinosa
Ben W. Essenburg
Bruce Ferguson
Barbara Foley
Janet and Eric Folsom
Wendy Forman
Yvette Galliher
R Gene Gandee
Rosario Garcia
Susan Rollins Gehring
Holly Hambrick
Barbara Kampe
Lyn Novak Hise
Juan Cotrino Ramirez
John Kellum
Carol Kohnke
David Lawrence
Angus P Macaulay
Tony & Karen Marsh
Lorrie Mason
Linda McCarrey
Donna McCarthy-Jensen
James Michaels
Peg Miller
Elizabeth E Mitchell
Marius Moore
Don Naumann
Melisa Miller Nece
Mark Noll
Lori Kay Olling
Christina Paluszek-McClure
Connie / Patti Parkinson/ Bacun
Lorraine Potocki
Candace Richey Ripoli
Charles B. Rowe
Carol Sackman
Steven & Kim Schramek
John Shevlin
Ernest C Simmons
Rebecca Skelton Joe Walles
James Smith
Linda Smith
Virginia Spalter
Anisa Stewart
Kathleen Stroud
Linda Tilson
Barbara & Rick Umbel
William Underwood
Marilyn Vaillancourt
Ana Varela
Monika Watson
Jennifer Weaver
Debra Thomas Weible
Sandra Williams
Jan Wunsch
Albert Zimmerman

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PAVA Artists at Ruth Eckerd Hall

 

Twelve artists from the Professional Association of Visual Artists (PAVA) are exhibiting their varied media visual art at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Each artist is showing a small body of their work. Artists represented are Brooke Allison, Kirsten Andreason, Amanda Fullerton, James Heath, Fran McLean, Susanne Nielsen, Lynn Foskett Pierson, Lorraine Potocki, Jean Rascher, Ellen Schneider, Linda Stump and Cheryl Yellowhawk. A panel of their PAVA peers selected the artists.  The artwork, which is available for purchase, is located in the upper East and West Galleries of the Hall.  The exhibit may be viewed during the Hall’s scheduled performances and has been extended through the month of August, 2013..

PAVA Artists in Ruth Eckerd Hall

 

Twelve artists from the Professional Association of Visual Artists (PAVA) are exhibiting their varied media visual art at Ruth Eckerd Hall, 1111 McMullen Booth Road, Clearwater. Each artist is showing a small body of their work. Artists represented are Brooke Allison, Kirsten Andreason, Amanda Fullerton, James Heath, Fran McLean, Susanne Nielsen, Lynn Foskett Pierson, Lorraine Potocki, Jean Rascher, Ellen Schneider, Linda Stump and Cheryl Yellowhawk. A panel of their PAVA peers selected the artists.  The artwork, which is available for purchase, is located in the upper East and West Galleries of the Hall.  The exhibit may be viewed during the Hall’s scheduled performances and has been extended until August 31..

Cool Art Show July 21-22 St. Petersburg Coliseum

 

A big, well-attended success this year!

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Gulfport Gets Cool! 2Cool Art Show 2012

 

By all accounts, PAVA’s juried 2Cool Art Show, held at the Gulfport Casino the weekend of February 11th and 12th was a great success! The weather was sunny, but blustery and cool. What a great setting, overlooking Boca Ciega Bay! Not a great day for the beach in February but the crowds turned out in droves for a new, indoor art show on the Tampa Bay art show calendar.

Comments were heard to the effect that though the show was smaller than our summer Cool Art Show (34 booths with some artists sharing), the quality of the art and fine craft was very high and the venue was ideal.

Attendance for the weekend was about 2500 people; many artists reported good sales. There was plenty of parking and downtown Gulfport bustled with activity. People made a day of the 2Cool Art Show and shops and restaurants — all within easy walking distance of the Casino.

Many thanks to the city of Gulfport, the staff of the Casino and to all of our artists and hard-working volunteers.

Photos by David Ewart Photography and Susan Gehring, as noted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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