Thank you all for participating in Everyday Life, Every Day Art! We hope your experience was enjoyable as a participant.

We recognize that the growing appeal of this event is dependent upon the artwork and artists who define the standard of the exhibition. More than an exhibition, we strive to create an event that brings artists together as a community as well as to present that community to an ever larger body of admirers and ultimately, patrons.

To that purpose, we have compiled a list of "Reflections and Areas of Improvement" for which we invite your feedback.

Please take a moment to read through the list and then complete this survey and help us continue to improve on our next event.

Tioga Arts Council (TAC), in partnership with Cloud Croft Studios (CCS), is excited to announce its second juried regional art exhibition to benefit the Tioga County Anti-Hunger Task Force and TAC. The exhibition will take place from September 6 to October 5, 2019. It will feature work from artists within a 100-mile radius of Owego, encompassing 25 counties in New York and Pennsylvania. For every artwork sold, 70% will benefit the artist and 30% will be split between the Anti-Hunger Task Force and TAC. Below are our 2019 Award Categories:

best in show

Brian Keeler, Sun Dogs - NYC

painting

Michelle Schleider, Reflection

 

sculpture

Tim Jackson, Ever Upwards

 

photography

Sandra Kirker, The Weaver

 

clay

Susan Szczotka, Horsehair and Mica

 

graphics

Cynthia Cratsley, Lakeside

 

special “edibles” theme

Andrew Fitzsimmons, Teapot #1

 

mixed media

Julie Thurber, Indestructible

 

fiber

Barbara Behrmann, After the Harvest

 

honorable mentions

Amy Hoi Ngan Hsiao, January Road

Frank Longo, Sculpture #11

 

people’s choice

Donna Morgan, Michal

Tie: Kevin Fahey, Where Two Rivers Meet & Michelle Schleider, Reflection

Everyday Life, Every Day Art allows artists to show how they find the extraordinary in the ordinary of their lives. The objective of Everyday Life, Every Day Art is to demonstrate that when the arts thrive, the community thrives. Our model aims to promote  exceptional art in a unique and inviting venue, and support two great community agencies through our unique program model.

A 30% commission will be taken on all sales. (15% will benefit TAC, and 15% will benefit the Tioga County Anti-Hunger Task Force.)

Visiting hours are Wednesday through Sunday 12 - 5 pm. For casual visiting hours, call 607.972.4859.

Thank you for supporting Everyday Life, Every Day Art. Please join us.