Art reflecting that special warm light found just after sunrise and right before sunset
Exhibit Opens Online:
* Monday, October 5 – ongoing
Online Roundtable Discussion:
* Tuesday, October 6, 4:00 – 5:30 pm
[Postcard Art: Woodward Payne / Design: Jeremy Thornton]
Artists talk about the golden hour as a special warm light found just after sunrise and right before sunset when there is a certain magical glow. This liminal time is momentary and captures our attention and imagination.
Writers speak of the golden hour metaphorically as a transition time, time for contemplation and reflection. It can be an ideal moment, a time of special meaning, or enveloping warmth.
In intimate settings and outdoors this moment causes one to hold one’s breath viewing the beauty and reflecting on the serenity and solitude the golden hour brings.
We’d like to invite you to share with what the “golden hour” means in your work.
JUROR: Kim Eagles-Smith of Kim Eagles-Smith Gallery in Mill Valley
For over thirty years Gallery Director, Kim Eagles-Smith, has been a recognized Fine Art Dealer in the San Francisco Bay Area. Launching a new location in 2019, the gallery has expanded its focus on Contemporary and Modernist art
In addition to representing established fine artist’s from across the country, the gallery actively buys & sells artwork from the secondary art market with an emphasis on the San Francisco Bay Area Figurative Movement, American Modernism and Abstract Expressionism.
Kim Eagles-Smith Gallery, formerly Elins Eagles-Smith Gallery, is a longstanding member in the San Francisco Art Dealers Association.
Entry Deadline (online/EntryThingy):
* Friday, September 25, 11pm
* Friday, October 2
O’Hanlon Center for the Arts provides an environment and spaces where creativity and community can develop, expand and flourish.
Free online access to the public, starting October 5
Artist entry fee (up to 3 pieces):
$30 – OHCA member
$40 – Non-member
Additional time info:
Deadline to Enter: Friday, September 25 (11:00 pm)
Exhibition Opens: Monday, October 5
Roundtable Discussion Online: Tuesday, October 6, 4 – 5:30 pm