Four Points Contemporary is pleased to announce the results of the 2nd Bi-annual Competition which was Juried by Reginald Charles Adams, Executive Director at Museum of Cultural Arts Houston. The 2nd Bi-annual competition was juried from submissions that were received from approximately 650 entries globally. This competition showcases a wide variety of styles and mediums of more than 90 visual artists from different part of the world. Cash awards to visual artists totaling $1,000 USD has been awarded to Walt Curlee, Donna Mcgee, Kelly Blevins and Eric Vera.
“Four Points Contemporary 2nd Bi-annual International Art Competition was a huge success and I am truly honored to jury the competition.The submissions were of a very high caliber and the quality of artistic expression made the choices difficult to narrow down.I applaud this project and I feel that this competition has given the artists an opportunity to compete and showcase their talents and that it contributes much to the art community.Kudos to Four Points Contemporary for making it happened.”
-Reginald Charles Adams Co-founder Museum of Cultural Arts Houston (MOCAH)
Art dealers, gallery owners, collectors, artists, art organisations and the general public can now view the 2nd Bi-annual Competition at http://www.fourpointscontemporary.com/
Four Points Contemporary was established to foster and encourage the development of visual art, engage in scholarly research and assist the careers of visual artists. Along with our bi-annual visual arts contest, Four Points Contemporary collects and exhibits work directly from qualified artists.
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