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  • An exhibition of my new artwork is now on display at the Trueblood Pop Up Gallery in the Student Union Building at Boise State University. Woo hoo!

    The bad news is that, due to Covid, the show is limited to visitors with a campus ID. The GOOD news is that you can see the artwork on my website. And you can even take a virtual tour of the show while you’re there. Here’s the link:

    We’re all looking forward to the day we can get together again in person. In the meantime, life and art and everything good must carry on! Enjoy the show, and let me know what you think!

    This show is made possible by the Student Union at Boise State University and by the Idaho Commission on the Arts.

  • Artists Wanted for New Greenbelt Mural Project

    The west entrance to the greenbelt tunnel. The mural area is outlined in red.
    The Eagle Arts Commission (EAC) is looking seeking two (2) teams of artists to create and paint two (2) murals. Including the Team Leader, each team shall be represented by no less than two (2) artists and no more than five (5) artists. The murals shall be painted on the entrance walls of the Mace Trail underpass in the City of Eagle.

    One team will be assigned the north and south walls of the East Entrance and the other team will be assigned the north and south walls of the West Entrance. Each team shall choose how to address their assigned walls and will have seven (7) consecutive days to complete their work, not including weather.

    Each team will be compensated seven thousand five hundred dollars ($7,500.00) for their time and efforts in executing the project.

    The deadline to apply is February 26, 2021, by 5:00 p.m.

  • Lauren says:

    Call to Artists:

    “Local From Global”
    An Exhibit of Art From Boise’s New Comers
    Group Exhibition April 2021
    Art Source Gallery
    1015 Main St
    Boise Idaho 83702

    ART Source Gallery seeks refugee and world artists for the display of two-dimensional and/or three-dimensional artwork for a one-month group exhibition in April of 2021. For this exhibition, our aim is to bring together an exhibition of artwork to tell the stories from the Treasure Valley’s immigrant population.

    This call is open to applicants regardless of race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, nationality, or disability. All artists who have migrated to Idaho from another country are welcome to apply with 2-D and 3D artwork. It is preferred that 2-D artworks be ready to hang. Help is available if needed. Two-dimensional works should not be larger than 36” in height. 3-Dimensial should be no larger than 18” wide.
    Deadline: May 15th

    This call is open. Artists may submit up to 3 artworks for jury. Entries can be submitted via an online application OR Artwork can be brought to the gallery – 1015 Main St. Boise, ID 83702. Online applications must be submitted by March 15, 2021. Artwork can be dropped off starting March 1st at the gallery – and must be delivered by 5:30pm on March 15, 2021. Artwork is not required to be for sale, but must be clearly labeled with the Artist’s name, phone number, and media of the artwork (and price).

    Location: The Gallery is located at 1015 Main Street in downtown Boise with operating hours open to the public from 10– 6, Monday – Saturday.

    The Art Source Exhibition Committee will choose the artworks to be represented in the gallery. Art Source Gallery may choose one or more artworks from any artist to be included in the exhibition. The committee will consider the submitted artwork on the quality of the work, concept, and appropriateness of subject.
    There is no fee to apply. Artworks sold will be subject to a 15% commission to the gallery. Selected artists will be required to sign a waiver agreeing to the rules of the exhibition.

    The Exhibition will run from April 1st – May 1st. No early removal of artwork will be allowed.
    Unsold artwork must be picked up by May 15th, 2021. Abandoned artwork will be donated after 3 months.

    Apply online by using this link:

  • TVAA says:

    Kuna to launch virtual art gallery. In an effort to share local artists’ work amid social distancing, separation and seclusion, the Kuna Arts Commission is curating a virtual art gallery. In announcing the gallery in November, the arts commission wrote, “The intent of the Digital Art Gallery is to virtually promote public awareness and participation of art in all its various forms … during this modern-day pandemic.” For more details, see Blake Jones’ article in the Idaho Press. Here’s the link:

  • The Packard Group National Exhibition will provide artists the opportunity to display their art in a virtual exhibition at No. 7 Center in Vermillion, SD. This exhibition will be curated by Klaire A. Lockheart, and all entries that follow the guidelines will be included in the show. The drive-in movie art reception will take place on Friday, April 2nd, 2021. An online gallery will be available through

    Any artist in the United States can submit artwork. To help cut artists a break during the current pandemic, there is no entry fee this year. Since COVID-19 is currently ravaging South Dakota, this exhibition will be completely digital. The drive-in movie art reception will be outside.

    To learn more and submit work, please visit

  • Gallery 55 in McCall has an opening for a 2D artist. For more information and to apply, visit

  • Tric Mazul, ATR-BC, LCPAT(MD) says:

    I’m an art therapist looking for artists who would be interested in sharing a large studio space situation. I work with artists with disabilities (children and adults) and wish to create an inclusive studio. I’m currently looking for the right space and seeing if there is any interest in TVAA to share. For more details:

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