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Hull Lifesaving Museum 9th Annual Sea & Sky Art Show

September 16-October 16, 2005

Sea & Sky is inspired by the beauty of our coastal environment and celebrates the summer painting season as well as the richness of the artistic community on the South Shore and beyond.

Dates to Remember
Delivery of Work, September 6 & 7, 2005

Deadline for pick-up of work not accepted for Juried Show, September 15, 2005

Deadline for pick-up of work following the show, October 21, 2005

Gala Opening, Friday, September 16, 2005, 7 pm
$20 members, $25 non-members (each participating artist will receive one complimentary ticket.)

Artists Retreat Weekend, Saturday & Sunday, September 17-18, 2005

Make a Splash! Children's Art Making Activity, Sunday, October 16, 2005
$3 members, $5 non-members

Juried Show

Artists may submit three works of art for consideration in the juried exhibition. All work must be original, and not previously exhibited at the Hull Lifesaving Museum. No reproductions (including gicl?��?e prints) will be accepted. Work may not be larger than 30 inches in any direction. Paintings must be securely framed and wired for hanging. Works not properly prepared for exhibition may be refused, due to risk of damage. All work must be for sale. Entry Fees are $8 Members, $10 Non-Members per submission.

Members Show

The Members Show is open to all members of the Hull Lifesaving Museum, and will run concurrently with the Juried Show. Delivery, pick-up, and sales guidelines apply. Artists may submit one work of art directly to the Members Show, or may choose one piece not selected by the jury to be entered in the Members Show. Work may not be larger than 30 inches in any direction. Paintings must be securely framed and wired for hanging. Works not properly prepared for exhibition may be refused, due to risk of damage. Work may be NFS. Entry Fees are $8 Members, $10 Non-Members per submission.

Delivery, Pick Up, & Sales
Work may be delivered to the museum on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 3 pm - 5 pm or Wednesday, Sept. 7, 5 pm - 8 pm. No late entries will be accepted.

P lease pick up work not accepted for the Juried show by September 15, 2005 during regular museum office hours, Monda y - Friday, 9 am-5:30 pm, or Saturday & Sunday, 10 am - 4 pm.

Work may be picked up following the Juried and Members Shows Monday, October 17 - Friday, October 21, 10 am - 5 pm. The museum will be open for evening pick-ups until 8 pm on Thursday, October 20. If you are unable to pick up your work during these hours please make arrangements with a colleague to do so. Work not picked up by 5 pm on Friday, December 2 will be accepted as a tax deductible donation to the museum.

Artists receive 70% of the sale price; all prices must be marked on entry form.

Art Bin: Unframed work may be submitted for sale in the art bin dependent upon museum capacity.

Prize Categories Prize Sponsored by
Best in Show $150 Jake's Seafood
Oils/Acrylic $100 Spinnaker Island
Drawing/Pastel $100 Richardson Insurance
Watercolor $100 Spinnaker Island
Sculpture/Mixed Media $100 Clarion Nantasket
Beach Hotel and Conference Center
Photography $100 The Hull Times
Printmaking $100 tba

Please note: If there are insufficient submissions in a specific category, a prize will not be awarded for that category.

The Jurors

T. A. Charron, of Attleboro, studied under Norman Baer and Walter Marks at the Art Institute of Boston, and with Robert Douglas Hunter, Daniel E. Greene, Richard Schmidt and Robert Bateman at Boston's Museum School, Providence College and the Rhode Island School of Design. He has received over 75 awards and prizes for excellence in painting and drawing. Professionally he is a member of the Salmagundi Club and the National Society of Painters in Casein and Acrylic in New York City, Academic Artists Association, Rockport Art Association, Hudson Valley Art Association, and is a CA signature artist at the Copley Society of Boston. His work can be seen online at

Lance Keimig of Pembroke. A noted photographer who has exhibited widely and received many awards, including Best in Show at the Duxbury Art Association's Winter Juried Show this year for his photograph -Amsterdam. Specializing in night photography and architectural photography, Mr. Keimig leads frequent workshops, particularly to Ireland, Scotland, and the western United States. His photographs investigate the nature of human perception of the passage of time, and can be seen online at
Jack Haran of Duxbury. Jack works in watercolor, oil, graphics and black and white photography. He is an associate member of the New England Watercolor Society. He attended art classes at the Harvard Extension School, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Northeastern University, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a B.S. in Fine Arts. He has participated in many prestigious juried shows. He is a Director of the North River Arts Association.

For more information:
Hull Lifesaving Museum
1117 Nantasket Avenue, P.O. Box 221
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