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National Society of Artists
NSA 35TH Annual Juried Show 2021

NSA 35TH Annual Juried Show 2021 Prospectus


The National Society of Artists, a 501c3 organization, is calling for artists to participate in our national juried show. For the first time, the show is entirely virtual meaning no art has to be physically delivered to a show. All juried pieces will be displayed and offered for sale at Online Gallery after selection.


The 35th Annual Juried Show 2021 is open to artists in both 2D and 3D works from the US and Canada. No jewelry accepted. Work submitted must all be artist’s original work and produced within the last two years. No works previously accepted into a NSA show is eligible. ALL work submitted must be for sale.

Entering Your Images

You can enter your images online at

Help in photographing your work and properly sizing your images can be found at:

For best results, make sure your image is 1920 pixels @72 dpi on the longest side. Images should be in JPEG format, sRGB color space. Image files must be of high quality, in sharp focus and a true representation of the original art. Image of 2D art should include only the artwork, no frame.

IMAGE SIZE must be listed to the nearest inch.

If you need help entering your images or are unable to, please contact or call 949-287-8645.

NOTE: Please submit the best photo(s) of your works since all judging and sales will be based on images you submit.

Works must be:

Paintings and other 2D work not to exceed 16 sq ft. Canvases deeper than 1 ¼” must have finished edges and may be wired for hanging.

3-D, free standing (e.g. sculpture, art dolls, assemblage, pottery, porcelain, glass, wood, metal) works must weigh less than 45 lbs. Up to 3 images may be submitted for 3-D works.


$35 for the first submission and $15 for each additional submission, NO limit on the number of submissions. Entry fees are non-refundable


Vie Dunn-Harr, American Painter
San Antonio, Texas (USA) 1953.

Dunn-Harr derived much of her early experience from the traditional Warren Hunter School of Art and through the years she has studied independently in academies abroad and with other inspiring artists. She continues to embrace formalism while stepping out of bounds to explore the endless possibilities. More recently, she has become intrigued with religious icons, sacred places and moments, and a Church Series was born. Flowers are a vital part of her
compositions, and the forms are beautiful, sensuous, and fragile. . . a metaphor for life.

Dunn-Harr considers herself a Contemporary Realist. Her career as a
painter/artist spans 50 years. She teaches and exhibits internationally.

Exhibition Details

All accepted works shall be for sale for the duration of the online show.

All artwork sold shall be shipped unframed and freight free within the continental United States.

All artwork is shipped directly by the artist, and must be shipped within 7 days of being notified of the sale.

Accepted artists will receive a DocuSign contract from that must be returned prior to the show going live.

A digital catalog will be provided for all juried entries.



Artist 65%, NSA 20%, OGS 15%


Best of Show Award 750.00

1st Place Award 500.00

2nd Place Award 250.00

3rd Place Award 100.00

Honorable Mention 1 50.00

Honorable Mention 2 (Juror’s discretion) 50.00

Philip G. Paratore Memorial Award 150.00

Richard Ouren Memorial Award 100.00


Timeline of events including

1. Artwork submissions online now through July 30, 2021

2. Notifications sent via email August 11, 2021

3. All accepted works will be for sale at Online Gallery from August 16, 2021 through September10, 2021.

4. Awards and Reception: via Zoom TBA


A maximum of three (3) works may be accepted from each artist.

All potential signature members must inform NSA of their status in writing. Signature Medallions are presented during a subsequent show.


By submitting to this show, participants agree to the following:

Although every reasonable care will be taken, if accepted as participant, the artist hereby agrees to save, indemnify and hold harmless and all such parties, officers, and employees from and against any and all claims of liability, judgments, or demands including those arising from injuries to or death of Persons and damage to Property (artwork and display Items), or other losses, damages or expense of any nature assigned directly or indirectly out of or related to participation in the show. This artwork is original, created within the last two years, and is solely the work of individual artist and not previously accepted in an NSA National juried show. Once accepted in an online show, the work should be withdrawn from other contests until the end of the show. Artists must adhere to the above criteria and the published dates and times. Works that do not meet these criteria will not be displayed, even if inadvertently accepted into the show.

Additional Questions: NSA Facebook group

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