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3 entries per Artist (members only)
Maximum of 3 entries per Artist (non-members)


$15 for first piece, $10 for second piece, $5 for third piece (members only)
$20 for first piece, $15 for second piece, $5 for third piece (non-members)
$5 each entry (students only)

SALES: The Arts Colony's commission is 20%. Once a piece is accepted into this exhibit, sale of that piece is subject to TAC’s commission until the end of the exhibit.

DELIVERY OF ART: Accepted artwork must be hand delivered to TAC on April 14th, 2023 or April 15th, 2023 between 10 am and 2 pm. 

*Artwork may be accepted prior to the open take-in times by appointment only.  To schedule an appointment, please call Tony Podue at 714-876-5559.  Entry fees for artwork submitted prior to the open take-in times must be pre-paid using our on-line payment system and a printed receipt must be turned in, along with the show entry form, at the time the artwork is submitted.

*Requirements: All entrants must sit the gallery as a docent at least one time during a show they participate.

Juror: Chic Curtis

“Craft is the visible edge of art.” -David Bayles, Art & Fear


I was asked once by someone new to painting, “Do you have to know how to draw in order to paint?” My response was: “No”. Years later when I am asked that same question, I will still give the same answer but with a caveat. Drawing is not a requirement to be able to paint, but it’s another skill you can develop to make your artwork stronger, more compelling, interesting, and fascinating. I continually practice the craft of drawing from the live model so I can render the figure as clearly as possible. It’s a reward in and of itself. Moving from the craft (figure drawing exercises) to composing the figure or figures in certain ways in a work of art creates a potential narrative for the viewer to contemplate. This narrative is not only my own. I may have an opinion about what I created, but I want the viewers to make their own stories according to their own visual response.

“It is the conception which dictates the form and the color. The world and life are common, every day, and almost empty to a great many people, but there are those who see that the world and life are mysteriously wonderful.” –Robert Henri


My art contains work from studio drawings and paintings of the live model, from photographs I have taken of models, from sketches, memory and pure imagination. It tells stories without words: Sometimes strangely. Occasionally with humor. Often with beauty. Always with joy and wonderment.




AWARDS: Cash awards will be given for artist entries only as follows: $150 for Best in Show, $100 First Place (Overall), $75 Second Place (Overall), $50 Third Place (Overall), $100 for Best in Theme (Overall), $25 for First Place in each qualifying category.  Non-monetary award ribbons will be given for 2nd, and 3rd, for all qualifying categories and theme.  Special Awards and Honorable Mention Ribbons may also be awarded based on merit.




Artist Reception and Award Ceremony : April 30th 2pm to 4pm


​PICK UP OF ARTWORK: All artwork MUST be picked up on Friday May 219th or Saturday May 25th between 10:00am and 2:00pm at the Art House Gallery.  Note: All work must be picked up within two weeks of show close or it becomes the property of TAC.  Please make arrangements accordingly. No work may be withdrawn before the close of the show without permission from the show chair (Tony Podue.)

The Arts Colony is located at 3120 Taylor Ave, Corona 92882, one block W. of Main St. in Corona. Entries will be accepted in the Art House Gallery, the second house on the right as you enter Corona Heritage Park.

Click the link shown for the show entry form.  All artists are welcome. You do not have to be a member of TAC :) 

Questions: Tony Podue | 714-876-5559

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