“Something Red” Call to Artists & December Exhibition
Something Red is AiA’s crown-jewel (a ruby!) annual event. This call to artists and juried exhibit has evolved and gained notoriety over the years. All submitted artwork, of any medium or style, should incorporate RED as a focal point or primary color in the composition.
Something Red 2020 Wrap-up
2020’s Something Red exhibition, which closed on 12/30, was a great success. Thank you to Elsinore Gallery and all participating artists who made it so. We finished the year with 55 works of beautiful art, an astute judge, awards of cash and ribbons and a fabulous event video. If you haven’t yet seen the show, click below to view the complete gallery of artwork.
Meet Our 2020 Something Red Judge
We were pleased to have artist Steve Rodgers as our judge for 2020’s S’Red exhibition. He visited the gallery, inspected the art and made his award selections. He talks about his decisions in the event video (below).
Award-Winning Artists, Something Red 2020
People’s Choice Winner
Congratulations Penny Feltner for receiving the most votes by visitors to the gallery.
AiA Something Red 2020 Art Exhibition & Awards Presentation
Thank You to Our Exhibit Host!
Elsinore Framing & Fine Art Gallery, 444 Ferry St SE in Downtown Salem graciously hosts the Something Red exhibit each year and provides a virtual gallery on their website as well. Check them out for your framing needs. They do great work.
About Something Red Call to Artists
The Something Red Call to Artists closed on November 21, 2020. We manage our calls via ArtCall.org which is a distinctly separate site from the AiA website and requires registering for an ArtCall account to participate. You only need to register once; then simply log in for all future AiA calls. ArtCall provides you with an easy way submit your art and entry fee and provides us with an effective way to manage all aspects of the call. So, if you participated in last year’s Something Red, Spring Reign or Paint the Town 2020, you will simply need to log in to the ArtCall.org site. If you forgot your password you can reset it. First-timers need to register.