October 3, 2019, Cincinnati, OH: Mixed-media artist Emily M Randolph is both a finalist and an award winner at ADC Fine Art's 10th annual Art Comes Alive Awards & Exhibit. The award was announced at the October 5th award ceremony. For more information, please read Emily's October 2019 blog: Thank You.
ABOUT ADC & Art Comes Alive! - The nation’s largest award show and exhibit for artists
September 24, 2019 – Cincinnati, OH – The countdown is on for the biggest, fine-art event of the year—Art Comes Alive (ACA), hosted and produced by ADC, Art Design Consultants. Known as the “Academy Awards for Art”, ACA’s 10th annual award ceremony and exhibition opening will take place on Saturday, October 5, 2019. For the past 10 years, ACA has supported over 1,500 artists with $1,800,000 in purchase awards, gallery contracts, publishing contracts, publicity, and cash. Other prestigious awards include Emerging Artist of the Year, Summit Artist of the Year and Lifetime Achievement Award for both male and female artists. ACA accelerates artists’ careers by getting artwork in front of art-industry insiders such as interior designers, art galleries, and art collectors, and to date, over 350 pieces of art have been sold. Artwork is also being sold to prestigious corporate and private collectors locally and nationally. Litsa Spanos, president of ADC and founder of ACA says the initial idea for ACA came to her when she was at a business award event. She thought, “Why shouldn’t artists also be acknowledged for what they do? Fast forward ten years, and ADC has given artists over $1.8 million in awards!” This year will be the ninth year exhibiting in ACA for local artist, Tom Owen, who has received purchase awards, gallery contracts, and publishing contracts through ACA. He says, “I love the fact that ACA is a competitive process; having my work evaluated and discussed by the slate of jurors only makes us artists better.” He adds that he loves having the opportunity to be exhibited alongside so many amazing artists. ACA’s award show will be followed with a two-month long exhibition at ADC’s gallery from Monday, October 7th through Friday, December 6th. The exhibition is free and open to the general public on weekdays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ADC is located at 310 Culvert Street, 5th Floor, Cincinnati, OH 45202. Complimentary guest parking is available in an adjacent lot. For more information, contact Tanya Bartlett at (513) 723-1222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ADC, Art Design Consultants, Inc., is an art gallery and one of the nation’s leading full-service art consulting firms whose sole mission is to create beautiful environments. Whether an individual or an organization is seeking stunning fine art, archival-quality framing, or art consultation services for large-scale installation projects, ADC’s consultants have the expertise to assist clients through the entire art-selection process. With a down-to-earth approach that is free of jargon and pretention, ADC makes buying art an easy, fun, and memorable experience.
Circle Foundation for the Arts Features Randolph’s ‘Winter Solstice’ in Spotlight Magazine
Circle Arts Foundation‘s Spotlight Magazine, based in Lyon, France, “presents a unique selection of 103 remarkable fine artists that should be collected. We examine works in photography, painting, sculpture, mixed media, collage, illustration, drawing and installation that are curated together to tell the story of what art looks like today. Each unique page is an introduction to the artist’s practice and their ideas on art-making and the magazine functions as a who-is-who in fine art today. Enjoy leafing through this magazine, visit each artist’s website to see more about their art and inquire with us or them directly to acquire a piece, hire the artist, or collaborate with them.”
Emily M Randolph’s work is featured in Edition 13, page 105, viewed here:
2019 Governor's Arts Awards of Philanthropy Recipients Susan & Bill Ahearn on either side of Emily Randolph & her artwork award 'Sapphire Agave'
‘Art & Life with Emily M Randolph’
Highlights Emily M Randolph, Scottsdale, Arizona
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Artist Chooses Dibond For Cascading Mixed Media Wall Art In California
“I used my own original photography to capture a sample of ginkgo leaves. Though ginkgo leaves are instantly recognizable, they actually are all unique in shape, so I had a challenge to pick my favorite ones. I chose to use Dibond for this installation, and continue to use it for many of my artworks, because to me it’s actually a very sexy material! This may seem like an odd description for hard metal, but combined with my fabricator Artisan Colour’s superior UV-cured inks, the effect is velvety smooth. I love it, especially as a contrast with my glossy resin techniques.”
For the entire article, please click here at Graphic Display USA.
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