Attention Equine Artists
New Jersey Equine Artists Association 9th Biennial National Juried Exhibition
June 7th - July 5, 2020
New Jersey Equine Artists’ Association
Ninth Biennial National Juried
NJEAA Art of the HorseJune 7 - July 5, 2020 at
The Prallsville Mills
33 Risler St. - Stockton, NJ
Gallery Hours for this Exhibit:
11:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m., Thursdays through Sundays and by appointment
Opening Reception on Sunday, June 7, 2:00p.m. - 4:00p.m.
Entry Deadline: March 31, 2020
About the NJEAA
The New Jersey Equine Artists’ Association (NJEAA) was founded in 1999 with the purpose of promoting Equine Art and Artists in the state of New Jersey. Through exhibiting the state’s finest examples of painting and sculpture depicting the horse in its many forms and occupations, activities, relationships with man through history and in the present, the organization is generating increased interest in the field of equine art among art lovers, horse enthusiasts and the general public.
By providing information, education, networking and additional opportunities for exhibition in New Jersey, the NJEAA strives to serve the Equine Artist, from beginner to professional. In addition, our biennial nationwide shows bring together some of the very best equine artists in this country.
Not only is the horse New Jersey’s state animal, but also one of its major industries. Equine Artists create a well defined presence, and are an additional arm of this industry, an accessible resource with greater visibility
The NJEAA will work very hard to encourage sales. A 30% commission will be expected. No work will leave the show before the end of the exhibit on July 5. At that time you will be notified of any sales.
Open to all artists 18 and over. To be eligible, art must be original work. Subject must be equine. Work in oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, drawing and mixed media as well as sculpture and photography may be entered. Crafts are not eligible. Two dimensional work must not exceed 50” wide or high including frame. Sculpture should not exceed 20lbs. but will be dealt with on an individual basis.
Entries: Due March 31, 2020
Up to three entries may be submitted for one nonrefundable fee of $30. One image for each two dimensional work and three images (considered one entry) for sculpture. Entry must be by: Email to email@example.com, (JPEG,res. 300 ppi, approx. 5"x7") OR CD (JPEG,res. 300 ppi, approx. 5"x7", all images on same CD please) Mail entry fee to address below. Entries will not be juried without payment. Photos will be accepted but email and CDs are preferred.
Mail completed entry form, (or filled out form, scanned and emailed with images), $30 entry fee…check made to X. Barnes, and CD or photos… unless you have emailed your images, and SASE if return is wanted for Photos/CDs (correct envelope size to fit return of photos or CD please) to:
NJEAA ℅ Xochitl S. Barnes
Shipping information will be sent to accepted artists.
AwardsGrand Prize $250 - Second Place $150 - Third Place $100 - Fourth Place $75 3 Honorable mention - Certificate Award of Excellence for each category where applicable - Certificate
Entry 1 (please print legibly) Title:________________________________ Medium:_____________________________ Image size:_________Framed Size:________ Sculpture - Weight:_________ Size:________________ Selling Price:__________________________
Entry 2 Title:________________________________ Medium:_____________________________ Image size:_________Framed Size:________ Sculpture - Weight:__________Size:________________ Selling Price:__________________________
Entry 3 Title:________________________________ Medium:_____________________________ Image size:_________Framed Size:________ Sculpture - Weight:__________ Size:________________ Selling Price:__________________________
About The Prallsville Mills Delware River Mill Society
"The Prallsville Mills is an historic site nestled along the Delaware River and Raritan Canal in the quaint town of Stockton, NJ. The Mill offers a variety of cultural and community activities. "
The Prallsville Mills were included on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. The entire property became part of the D & R Canal State Park in 1974.
Please see more about Prallsville Mills, its history and much, much more at:
Xochitl S. Barnes