Sequim seeks art show entries

Art utilizing reused, repurposed or recycled objects

SEQUIM — The Sequim Arts Advisory Commission is seeking entries for an unusual art show.

“Art All Over: The Art Show Without Walls” exhibit will display art utilizing reused, repurposed, or recycled objects such as old signs, floor planks, canvas or other materials.

The artwork can be painted, carved or modified; it must be sturdy enough to hold up in the elements outside for a three-month period.

Deadline for submissions is Jan. 7. All entries must be submitted through JotForm at www.form.jotform.com/213216088841152 and must include photos of the art.

Artists may submit up to three entries, but each entry will require a separate submission form. All entries will be juried by the City Arts Advisory Commission.

The art will be exhibited outside on fences at city parks March through May.

Select pieces, including limited three-dimensional pieces, will be displayed during the month of February in the Karen Kuznek-Reese Gallery at the Sequim Civic Center at 152 W. Cedar St.

For complete entry guidelines, visit www.tinyurl.com/PDN-WithoutWalls. Or contact Suzanne Horne, Sequim City Arts Advisory Commission Chair, at [email protected] or city marketing coordinator Patsene Dashiell at [email protected] or 360-681-3421.

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