FSVAA 59th Annual Nor-Cal Regional Juried Art Show
FSVAA 59th Annual Nor-Cal Regional Juried Art Show is a competition designed to celebrate the amazing
fine artists of Northern California
Selected artworks will be exhibited at the
Solano Town Center Gallery
1350 Travis Blvd, D-8 Fairfield
November 11, 2022 thru January 8, 2023
(All dates are subject to change)
FSVAA Members: $10 per entry
Non-Members: $20 per entry
There is no limit to the number of entries per artists.
Only selected entries will be notified.
Entry Day: Sat, November 5 (11am to 6pm)
Jury Day: Sun, November 6
Non- Selected Artwork Pick up: Sun, November 6 (6-8pm)
and Mon, November 7 (11am-6pm)
Show Opens: Fri, November 11, 11am
Reception/Awards Gala: Sat, November 19 (4-6pm)
Juror's Talk Sunday: Sun, January 8, 2023 (1-3pm)
Artwork Pickup Date: Sun, January 8, 2023 (3-6pm)
Artwork Pickup Date: Mon, January 9, 2023 (11am-6pm)
Marc Lancet is in his thirtieth year as professor of three-dimensional art at Solano Community College. Marc has been a visiting professor of sculpture
at Portland State University and at the University Of California, Santa Barbara. He exhibits and teaches internationally. Lancet holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in sculpture and a Master of Arts degree in Education from UCSB. In addition,
he has studied at L’Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts, Paris, France
and apprenticed in fine art casting at a foundry in Paris.
Marc Lancet is the coauthor of Japanese Wood-fired Ceramics. His work is
in numerous collections, including The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Center
of Shigaraki, Japan, The International Ceramic Center, Skaelskor, Denmark,
the United States Embassy in Estonia, Asian Art Museum Of San Francisco, Germany, and the Ceramic Art Museum Of Berlin.
Cheryl Gleason is a 1997 graduate of UC Davis and studied under artists
Wayne Thiebaud, David Hollowell, Squeak Carnwath, Annabeth Rosen,
and others. Cheryl has a master’s degree in education from CSU East Bay.
Cheryl’s career as an artist has included oil and acrylic painting, printmaking, stone sculpture, wood sculpture, mixed media, encaustic and drawing.
She is currently Art Director/Curator at the Mills Station Arts &
Culture Center (MACC), Rancho Cordova, California.
Janene Whitesell is a professor of Speech and Gallery Management at
Solano Community College and is also a mixed media artist.
Submissions will take place in person at the Solano Town Center Gallery. No digital submissions available for this show.
Submit Entry Form at time of entry.
Juried Art Show Tags are available on the link above or on our website: www.fsvaa.art
Entries must be current, original artwork not previously displayed in an FSVAA Regional Juried Art Show. No copies, reprints
or likeness will be accepted.
2D work should measure 4' x 5' or less and must be ready for hanging with wire between fasteners. No clip or saw-tooth hangers. No wet paintings will be accepted.
3D work may not weigh more than 200 lbs. and should not have a "footprint" larger than 4' x 6'.
No art in the show may be removed before the close of the show, except by the purchaser who must have the artwork before the end of the show.