Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery

Open: Thursday - Monday
Hours: 12-4 p.m.

To better serve our visitors and members, artists will need to make an appointment with Guild staff during non-public hours to exchange art.

Exhibitions

Current

Rocky Mountain Regional Juried Exhibition

Thursday, March 4, 2021Monday, March 29, 2021

INFORMATION for RMRJE 2021

ELIGIBILITY The RMRJE is open to residents of Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Idaho.

ENTRIES Oil, acrylic, watercolor, mixed media, drawings, and small 3-D sculptures are acceptable. No photographs, mixed media with photographs, computer generated artwork, prints, jewelry, or crafts are allowed. The Executive Director has the final decision over the acceptance of non-traditional artwork into the jury process. All works must be original, made by the artist, and executed within the last 5 years. 2-D image size cannot exceed 2’x3’ (excluding frame). 3-D works cannot exceed 3’x3’x6’ or weigh over 50 lbs. Artist may submit any number of pieces for jurying.

ENTRY FEE Entry fee is not refundable; $30 for the first 3 entries and $5 for each additional entry.

MONETARY AWARDS Cash awards are given to 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and People’s Choice. Ribbons will be given for Honorable Mentions.

IMPORTANT DATES | 2021
FEBRUARY 9 Deadline for submissions: entry form, images, and fee (request an application: info@carboncountydepotgallery.org)
FEBRUARY 18 Artists notified of selected entries by email
FEBRUARY 27 Accepted artwork due at the Guild
MARCH 4-29 Exhibition on view
MARCH 14 Virtual award event | 2 pm

2021 JUROR / Charles Ringer
Artist Charles Ringer says, “Art provides an opportunity to contemplate another person’s unique perspective on the physical, mental and spiritual environment in which we live.

“For as long as I can remember, I’ve been intrigued by the mechanics of life around me. At a young age, I began to arrange and assemble various objects in my environment into pleasing spaces and shapes. I found that I could translate my mental observations into the physical world. This process continues when the work is viewed by others, who transport it back to a mental state, completing a natural cycle.

“My work with metal involves many contrasts. The material itself is hard, but malleable, physically heavy, but visually delicate as a finished sculpture. Most of my work involves both a static and a kinetic presence, a whimsical as well as a serious nature.

“As an artist, being self-directed has been instrumental in developing my individual technique in this medium. The discipline of over 50 years of trial and error has proven to be my best education. “ Ringer’s work is in private and public collections throughout the country. His studio is in Joliet, MT.