Schedule

2020

October: Gary Vann Brooks
November: Linda Agar-Hendrix
December: Mark Prieto

2021 — SOMETHING NEW!!

More information about call for artists, judging and fees will be announced soon.  If you have any comments, please respond to membersgallery@fccagallery.org or contact Matt DeZee directly at mrdezee@gmail.com.

January 2021: Art by Rebecca Carpenter

The show was previously schedule for calendar year 2020, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was rescheduled to calendar year 2021.

February 2021: Celebrating Black Artists

Fredericksburg and surrounding communities have been enriched by the art of Black artists residing in the area.  To honor these artists, we are setting aside the month of February to display the works of Black artists.
Tronja Anglero will curate the exhibit.

March 2021: Art by Chris McClintock and Odell Smith

The show was previously schedule for calendar year 2020, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was rescheduled to calendar year 2021.

April 2021:  Drawings and Sketches

Drawings take many forms – graphite, pencil, pen and ink, inked brushes, wax color pencils, crayons, charcoals, pastels, markers, etc. – and captures a multitude of topics.  This show is reserved for exhibiting the works of three artists to display their drawings.  Judges will select the three artists and each artist can display between 10 to 12 hanging pieces of their work.

May 2021:  Paper and Threads

This show is reserved for those who create art working primarily with paper or threads.  The judges will select three artists and each artist can display between 10 to 12 pieces of their work.

June 2021:  Digital Creations

With the advent of affordable digital devices and increasingly sophisticated software applications, artists are using their remarkable imagination to create spectacular pieces of art.  The judges will select three artists to display between 10 to 12 hanging pieces of their favorite art.

July 2021:  Three-D/Mixed Media

Three-dimensional and Mixed Media art takes many forms, requires incredible skill and is both stunningly beautiful and imaginative.  In 2021, we will hold a juried show exhibiting the works of three artists.  The judges will select the three artists and each artist can display between 10 to 12 pieces of their favorite works.

August 2021:  The Lasting Allure of Paint – Part 1

This juried show is reserved for painters – oil, acrylic, watercolors, etc.  The judges will select three artists and each artist can display between 10 to 12 hanging pieces of their favorite art.

September 2021: Artistic Expression

This show is designed to provide gallery viewers a visual display of how the artist’s unique perspective concludes in finished art representing their distinctive vision.

(1) This is a team show and photographers must form their own teams.

(2) Each team will consist of five photographers.

(3) Each team will select six subjects of their choosing (e.g., bridges, objects, settings, humans, buildings, animals, landscape, etc.) to photograph.

(4) Each team member will photograph the same subject selected by the team.

For example, if the team selects a specific barn for one of their subjects, part of the show will include five images of that barn – one from each photographer demonstrating their distinctive photographic perspective.  If another subject is a specific waterfall, the show will include five images of that waterfall, again, one from each photographer.

 (5) The show will consist of 30 images: five images of each of the six selected subjects – one image per photographer per subject. 

October 2021:  The Lasting Alure of Paint – Part 2

This juried show is reserved for painters – oil, acrylic, watercolors, etc.  The judges will select three artists and each artist can display between 10 to 12 hanging pieces of their favorite art.

November 2021:  Collaborative Art

An endearing characteristic of artists is their willingness to share ideas, techniques, and an abundance of encouragement.

(1) This show is for pairs of artists, one creating art with a digital device (camera, phone, computer, tablet, etc.) and the other artist creating art with a non-digital artform (paints, ink, paper, threads, 3D, etc.).

(2) The pairs will work together by selecting a topic (scene, object, person, animal, etc.) and create their individual interpretation of the selected topic.

(3) There is room for up to 18 pairs artists for the show.  A judge will select 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

December 2021:  Holiday Show

This is our traditional December show.  All members of FCCA are encouraged to provide three pieces of art to display for the month.