Events connecting FCPAP

Fall 2019

Up coming Paint Out Events

Seventh Annual

Albert Fendig — Hofwyl Plantation Paint Out

Currently on Display – Stop in and take a Peek.

Call to for more information: 912-264-7333.

  • August —  The Visitor’s Center on St. Simons Island
  • September — McIntosh Art Center

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https://pinesandpalms.org/
CHANGE IS GOOD

Given the recent attention in the media and to be respectful to all, we are rebranding the name of the Cotton Pickin’ Plein Air Paint Out. Our new event name will be the High Cotton Plein Air Paint Out, effective immediately. Please look for changes over the next few weeks. 
CALL FOR ARTISTS!

The perfect opportunity to partake in an established event with an incredible backdrop 

Last year Pines & Palms hosted over four dozen artists during the high cotton harvest season. With unlimited picturesque places to paint—many of them inaccessible to the public—this annual event brings artists and art/nature/history lovers together. Although the three Wet Room days and Closing Sale & Exhibit are not juried, works for our annual calendar (a gorgeous, printed piece!) are carefully chosen from all the event work—which could means great publicity for you!

The Paint Out is open to Pines & Palms members only.
Annual membership has great perks and starts at $35. 
We have a lively, friendly community, wonderful hosts (housing is limited so please register soon!), and a region that welcomes us with open arms each year. Join us!

To see the Artist Itinerary, please click the link above to registration.

Visit us at PinesandPalms.org
Our mailing address is:

PO Box 3112, Thomasville, GA 31799

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Additional Information Please Click on the Link!

  • When: September 7, 2019
  • Where: 841 Prudential Drive, Jacksonville, FL 32207
  • Time:  7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
  • Tickets: $95 Students and Artists/$135 General Admission
  • What are we looking for?

5 painters have been selected and will be actively painting interspersed at the event site along the St. Johns River (or maybe even inside the venue). As guests arrive, they will see you working and be enticed to watch you work and engage with you. Ideally, the canvass you are working on will be for sale; however, it may be that a representative work is available for sale. The artist is asked to have one (1) piece for sale and should talk-up their creation as much as possible. The split with the Cultural Council will be 60/40: 60% to the Artist and 40% to the Cultural Council, payable to the Artist after 60 days. We’d really love it if you would take a photo with the winner of your piece, should it sell.

Other details: Auction will be September 7, 2019 at beginning at 6:00 p.m. with announcement of sold pieces at or around 9:00pm. Artists set the minimum bid. Work must be placed on an easel, clearly labeled with artist’s name, title, medium and price.  The Cultural Council has the final authority regarding acceptance of all work and its placement within the space.

It will be the artist’s responsibility to price their work, have appropriate easel(s) to display their work, and invite attendees to engage with their work. The preferred size is 36 x 36 (if larger, please contact curator for space availability).

·         We’ll make sure you have cold water to drink.

·         After 9:30 the Artist may join the celebration (eat and drink) once they have cleared their space.

·         Artist maintains copyright and moral rights of submitted images and derivatives. The Cultural Council retains the right to use the image to promote the individual artist within the event including, but not limited to, print, television and online media. Whenever reasonably possible, artist’s name and credit will be included when the artist’s project is used by the Cultural Council. The Cultural Council agrees not to produce any materials using artist’s image for resale or monetary gain. If the Cultural Council wishes to use image of work for future retail gains, a separate limited use license must be obtained and royalties discussed.

·         Guests of the artists must purchase a ticket.


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