SLIDESHOW BELOW OF THE 2021 RCAS MEMBERSHIP SHOW WINNERS!
Dates: October 2 through November 6, 2021 at the Richardson Public Library, Richardson, Texas. (Library hours are from 10:00 a.m. til 6:00 p.m. daily except Sunday – 2-6 p.m.
2021-RCAS FALL MEMBER’S SHOW ENTRIES
|Best of Show||$150|
|First Place (each category)||$100|
|Second Place (each category)||$75|
|Third Place (each category)||$50|
|Honorable Mention (5 awards at Juror's discretion)||$25|
|2021 Membership Show Calendar|
|September 8, 2021||Call for Artists Open|
|September 28, 2021, 8:00 p.m. CT||Entry Submission Deadline (No late entries)|
|October 2, 2021||Drop-off artwork at the Richardson Public Library, 3rd Floor, between 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.|
|October 19, 2021||Award Ceremony will be presented at the RCAS Member meeting and listed on RCAS web site within a week|
|November 6, 2021||Show closes. Pick up artwork at the Richardson Public Library, 3rd Floor, between 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.|
Juror Winter Rusiloski‘ Bio
Winter Rusiloski was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania and grew up painting the rural landscapes of Pennsylvania and the northeastern coast. She earned a BFA in Painting and Related Arts-Dance at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, studying abroad in Cortona, Italy with the University of Georgia. She earned an MFA in Painting with a fellowship award at Texas Christian University studying abroad at the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest. Rusiloski joined the Baylor University Department of Art and Art History as professor of painting in the fall of 2016 following 12 years of teaching at the college/university level.
Winter Rusiloski has been investigating abstracted landscapes for the past twenty years, participating in both national and international exhibitions. She has had 11 solo exhibitions and more than 30 national and international juried exhibitions since 2016, winning numerous national and international awards. Rusiloski’s paintings are included in public and private collections throughout the United States, the UK and South Korea. Her exhibition highlights include: The Texas Biennial 2009, three time Hunting Art Prize Finalist in Houston, Texas, Paint Part 2-Out of Abstraction, a survey of Abstract Art in Texas at the Arlington Museum of Art, The Texas Oklahoma Art Prize at the Wichita Falls Museum of Art, The 30th and 32nd September Competition at the Alexandria Museum of Art, Gateway to Imagination at the Farmington Museum and Contemporary Landscape at the CICA Museum in South Korea. Rusiloski’s work was also included in international exhibitions and publications including Studio Visit Magazine, Dallas Art Fair, and Art Santa Fe. Artspace 111 in Fort Worth, Texas represents her work. She, her husband and six children live in West, Texas.