Well-known local photographic and newspaper reporter artist Judee Richardson Schofield has teamed up with award winning acrylic/watercolour artist Brenda Turnour for a collaborative project showcasing the diversity of art interpretation. The duo are in the planning stages of inviting both established and novice artists to pair up and create two individual works of art from a single subject. “When I first came up with the concept I thought it would be an interesting and innovative way for the arts community to build a tighter network and showcase the cities abundant artist talent.”
The two winter landscape interpretations will be on display as examples of the initiative for the month of February at the Cambridge Civic Administration Atrium, and will accompany the full call of entry instructions and contact information. “Our goal is to get at least 20 teams to participate, and we encourage all artistic mediums, including poetry, music, painting, dance, sculpture, woodworking, etcetera, to get involved. Once the deadline is closed we will pair teams up and the artistic journey can begin,“ added Turnour.
A full exhibition featuring all the partnerships will be available for viewing at the Cambridge Fall Fair and currently Richardson-Schofield and Turnour are working on showcasing all or part of the exhibition at two of the city’s major art events, the Mayors Celebration of the Arts and/or the Cambridge Arts Festival.
For information on call for entry or any other general inquiries, please e-mail Brenda [email protected] or call 226 989-8332.