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Combine Art Collective
Combine Art Collective Juried Art Event

Combine Art Collective

First Juried Art Event

* Combine Art Collective in Walla Walla, WA, is inviting contemporary artists in the Pacific Northwest states of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho to submit your unique creations for our first juried exhibit.

January 13,2022 thru February 27,2022

Six-week gallery show in Walla Walla

Virtual Exhibition online.


Juror:  Bonnie Griffith:  Bio (See Below)

Important Dates:

July 19,2021:   Open Registration

November 22, 2021:   Registration Closes

December 1,2021:  Artist notification by email

January 7,2022: Accepted Art scheduled to arrive at gallery in person or shipment

January 14,2022:  Reception 5pm to 7pm 

February 25 & 26 2022 Art Pick up or return shipment.

February 28,2022:  People’s Choice Announced



Best in Show:   $500

1st Place:           $350

2ndPlace:          $250

3rd Place            $150

2 Honorable Mentions $100

People’s Choice:  $75


Eligibility and Requirements:


Artists (18 years or older) living and working in the Pacific Northwest States of ID, Or, WA, all visual art mediums are acceptable, except video, digital art, jewelry, and photography.  Sizes 2D limited to 30” x 30” including frame ready to hang, no sawtooth hangers or clamped glass.  Smallest size accepted is 10” x 10”.  3 D limited to 50lbs.  All art must be available for sale for the exhibit duration and charged a 40% commission to the gallery on items sold.


Entry Fees:


$30.  Entitles artist to 3 submissions accepted through with 2 addition entries at $10 each.  A maximum of two pieces may be accepted per artist.  Shipped artwork must contain a pre-paid shipping label in the original package of shipped work.


Images: Images should be in JPEG format.  Help in photographing work and properly sizing can be found at www.Onlinejuried showscomhelp.aspx

If you need assistance with entering images, please email or call 949-409-4061.




By submitting to this show, participants agree to the following: Although reasonable care will be taken, if accepted as a participant, the artist hereby agrees to save, indemnify, and hold harmless Combine Art Collective owners and Collective Artists 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 exhibit. This artwork is original, created within the last three years, and is solely the original work of individual artist. Works that do not meet these criteria will not be displayed, even if inadvertently accepted into the show.




Painting the western landscape in oils and pastels, Bonnie Zahn Griffith brings her world to life on paper and canvas.  A painter and educator, Griffith paints on location throughout the US  and teaches workshops on plein air techniques and the art of pastel painting.  The daughter of Montana ranchers, Griffith learned at an early age about the vast and rugged landscape of the Missouri Breaks of Montana from the back of a horse.  Not always appreciating the fundamental beauty of the landscape, it ultimately became a deep-rooted factor in her work to create a visual story.  

Always an artist (proclaimed at age 5), Griffith however pursued a career in Interventional Radiology that bridged a 30-year span.  Her art endeavors during this time were a source of supplemental income during college years and subsequent gallery representation.  In 2009 Griffith opted to make art her primary business.  Focusing on landscape painting in an impressionistic yet representational fashion, she has gained skills that have opened doors for her in the art world.  Griffith has studied with renowned instructors over her career such as Robert Moore, Lorenzo Chavez, Ned Mueller and Elizabeth Mowry.  Griffith’s approach to her art is that which includes study of color, shapes and values along with experimentation in the techniques of the application of oils and pastels.  A breakthrough in her work came after she began painting plein air studies.  “It is the visual you get when you paint real time in nature that you begin to see so much more; more depth, more color and value  than when painting from photos.” she says.


Currently Griffith competes in 6 -12 plein air events annually. These works along with studio paintings are the inventory she creates to fulfill contracts with galleries in Washington, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Utah.  Griffith has works in permanent corporate collections in these states and in private collections throughout the US, Canada, Australia and Europe.  Publications that have included articles about the art of Bonnie Griffith include Pastel Journal, Southwest Art, PSWC’s Pastel Magazine and inclusion in the book Strokes of Genius. Griffith’s work has been included in exhibitions as the invitational Timeless Legacy – Women Artists of Glacier Park, an exhibit of  works of 25 nationally renowned women artists at the Hockaday Museum (Kalispell, MT) 2019, 2020.


Some of Griffith’s time is dedicated to instruction.  She teaches workshops in her studio and on location in the utilization of the pastel medium.  She focuses on the principles and rewards of painting plein air, providing a proven method of this application to her students.  Her workshops on the basic principles of plein air painting give beginners the insight to painting on location.

An advocate of Artist’s Residency programs, Griffith believes these settings give the artist the opportunity to immerse oneself into their work and create uninterrupted for a given time.  She has been selected as the Artist in Residence for the Grand Staircase National Monument(2015), The Idaho Art Lab(2019), Whitman Cellars (2000-2007).  


More info about Bonnie Griffith can be found on her website: and on Instagram #bonniezahngriffith. Contact her at email:


“From the ground up, look at the landscape and really see it.  Embrace the colors, the terrain, the magnitude of the physical earth.  Let me help you experience it.”




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