Crooked Tree Arts Center-Petoskey is pleased to host the American Impressionist Society’s 3rd Annual AIS Impressions Small Works Showcase, on exhibit June 1 through August 31, 2019.
Four Florida artists founded the American Impressionist Society (AIS) in February 1998, in honor of their mentor, William J. (Bill) Schultz. Thanks to the vision of Charlotte M. Dickinson of Vero Beach, Florida, along with Marjorie I. Bradley of Vero Beach, Florida, Pauline S. Ney of Long Boat Key, Florida, and William Schultz, AIS has grown to include over 1600 members nationwide.Membership is open to all Impressionist artists who are legal residents of the United States or who are US citizens living abroad, and anyone who enjoys and appreciates Impressionist Art and wishes to support it. The goal of AIS is to promote the appreciation of Impressionism through workshops, classes, exhibitions, videos and other media. 2019 will mark the 20th annual AIS national juried exhibition and the third annual AIS small works showcase.
The annual small works showcase is juried exhibition opportunity open to AIS members. The goal is to showcase the finest examples of impressionism produced by today’s American Impressionist artists. Eligible works must be 200 square inches and under.
The opening reception will be held Saturday, June 8th, and is open to members, exhibiting artists, and their guests. AIS Master Camille Przewodek will serve as the judge of awards. Two workshops will be hosted by AIS during opening weekend: a two-day outdoor workshop given by Camille Przewodek AISM, and a two day indoor workshop taught by AIS Signature Member James Richards.
View the AIS Impressions Small Works Showcase
View the AIS Masters & Officers: AIS Impressions Small Works Showcase