In recognition of the tradition of portraiture,
artistic collaboration, and the long-standing history of the Hall of Presidents,
the Society of Illustrators is excited to launch the exhibition:
Curated by Leslie Cober-Gentry
Artist members of the Society are asked to create their own visual interpretation of another artist; which includes member artists or non-members artists, living or deceased, contemporary or historical, or the artist themself as a self-portrait.
Deadline: May 20th, 2015
On display: June 2nd - August 15th, 2015
Opening Reception: June 17th, 2015
Who can enter: Any Illustrator, Illustrator-S, or Educator Member of the Society of Illustrators.
Guidelines for Art: 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. No size requirements. 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.
Artist Agreement: Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the Artist Agreement. Agreement must be filled out before work can hang in the exhibit.
Illustrations by Leslie Cober-Gentry, Alan Cober, Victor Juhasz, Steve Brodner, Sam Weber, Peter De Sève, and Kris Mukai
For questions please email email@example.com or call 212.828.2560