Society of Illustrators Artist members (Illustrator and Illustrator-S) are invited to participate in an exhibit showcasing earth’s animals both great and small!
Every animal has his or her story, his or her thoughts, daydreams, and interests. All feel joy and love, pain and fear. All deserve that as humans, we afford them the respect of being cared for and loved.
This year Artist members (Illustrator and Illustrator-S) are asked to create an illustration any size or shape (but no larger then 18” x 24”) depicting any variety of animal, man’s best friends, wild or domesticated, in groups or solo.
A jury will determine the best among the entries to receive the Stevan Dohanos Award.
Curated by Leslie Cober-Gentry. Image by Chris Buzelli.
CALL FOR ENTRIES:
Deadline for art to be sent to the Society of Illustrators: November 12th, 2019
Exhibit Dates: November 26, 2019 – January 3, 2020
Opening Reception: Thursday, December 12th, 2019
Who can enter: Any Illustrator or Illustrator-S of the Society of Illustrators.
Deadline: Art must be received by the Society by November 12th.
Guidelines for Art: Art is required to be framed and ready for hanging. It is up to our Members to represent the Society at the highest level in this exhibition, which will be viewed by the public and all the remarkable art communities of New York City. Art may be created in any medium including oil, watercolor, digital, collage, etc. Work must be framed with wire on the back ready to hang. The Society will be using safety clips to secure art to the walls. For this reason we request wood frames.