The juror will select approximately 125 sculptures for exhibition from slides of maquettes of proposed sculpture or pre-existing sculpture submitted by entrants. The selected maquettes of proposed sculpture and photographs or maquettes of existing sculpture will be exhibited at the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art, September 11 to November 6, 2005.
Prior to the public opening of the exhibition the awards consultant will assist sponsors with selections. During these consultations, resumes and proposed sculpture will be reviewed. Sponsors will have the right not to award a commission. OPAC will assist in the selection process and help facilitate the contractual process, but all contracts for the purchase or commissioning of sculpture will be between the artists and the sponsors. Neither Owensboro Public Art Commission nor Owensboro Museum of Fine Art will be responsible for the performance of such contracts. Monies for commissions are all inclusive budgets.
An art dealer and educator, Steinbaum operated a major gallery in SoHo, New York, NY, for twenty-two years before opening a gallery in Miami, FL. A frequent guest lecturer at museums and universities, Steinbaum has curated and toured exhibitions of contemporary American art for museums across the nation. She received the PhD degree in art history, Columbia University, NY and an MA degree from Hofstra University, NY, and has served as professor, Hofstra University, NY and associate professor, Drake University, IA.
Bush is a retired museum and gallery director, author, historian and fine art consultant for outdoor sculpture collections across the country. He organized the outdoor sculpture collection at the Edwin A. Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita State University, KS, while director there 1971-1989. This collection of 51 major works was named the Martin H. Bush Outdoor Sculpture Collection in his honor. Bush was president of ACA Galleries, 1989-1993, and Martin Bush Fine Arts, Inc., 1994-1998, both NY, NY. The author of myriad publications, Bush has curated numerous exhibitions of 20th century American art. He received the PhD degree from Syracuse University, NY, and MA degree from State University of New York at Albany.
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