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Peninsula Art League
Peninsula Art League's 2022 Open Juried Show


The Open Juried Show is a juried art competition for Photo/Digital, Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional art. Local, national and international artists over the age of 18 have participated in past years and are again invited to submit their work. Prizes and gift certificates totaling more than $6,000 will be awarded to the winners. The show will be held again at the Gig Harbor History Museum 4121 Harborview Dr., Gig Harbor, Washington 98332 This beautiful state-of-the-art waterfront facility will again provide ample space in its dedicated art gallery to showcase your masterpieces. The museum is also a very popular attraction in Gig Harbor which brings in many new art lovers to enjoy and to purchase your art. For more information on lodging and simply enjoying the Gig Harbor, Washington area go to  

The Open Juried Show will be held 9/10/2022–10/29/2022 at the Harbor History Museum. Days and hours of operation may be limited or subject to change due to Covid-19 concerns. Please check with the museum for the current operating hours before your visit. Social distancing, wearing masks and all other current Covid-19 policies will be followed and we expect the same of our artists and guests. Thank you and stay safe.



• Submit all entries by July 22nd online here. Click Enter This Show.

• Notification of selected artwork will be July 29, 2022.

• If you need help submitting your artwork or help photographing and uploading your images, email

• Please note: The 2022 Open Juried Show catalog is generated directly from the information submitted in your online, so accuracy is the artist’s responsibility.



• BEST OF SHOW $1200

• 1ST PLACE 2-D $500

• 1st Place 3-D $500







PLUS, many more “sponsored awards” including PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD!



PAL members $50.00 for 1 to 3 pieces Non-members

$60.00 for 1 to 3 pieces

• Additional shipping fee of $40.00 per piece for handling shipped works. All shipped works include a pre-paid shipping label for return shipment. Shipped art will be returned within two weeks of Oct. 29, 2022.

• There will be a $50.00 storage fee/handling charge for all work not picked up on October 29, 2022, except work scheduled to be shipped back to the artist. Any art left at the museum will be disposed of if not picked up.

• PAL reserves the right to reproduce accepted artwork for purposes of publicity, documentation, education, and promotion of the show.



Feb. 4st - Show Application Opens

            Workshop Application Opens

July 22nd - Deadline to enter show

July 29th – Selection of show entries

Sept. 3rd - Artwork due at Harbor History Museum*

            *Shipped & hand-delivered artwork must arrive between 10 AM – 2 PM.

Sept. 8th – Awards Selection

Sept. 9th – Opening Reception 6 – 9 PM

            Awards Presentation 7 PM

Sept. 10th – Oct. 28th - Show open to the public

Oct. 29th - Pick up artwork between 12 – 2 PM

            People’s Choice Award announced



• Artists must be 18 years or over.

• All entries must be original works of art, entirely the work of the entrant.

• All entries must be for sale.

• The Harbor History Museum charges a 30% commission for all sales.

• Entries must not be prints or copies in part or whole, of paintings or photography of other artists.

• Hand-pulled prints from intaglio, woodblock or serigraph are acceptable.

• Works produced in workshops or under supervision are not eligible.



• Entries include 2-D, 3-D (including handmade jewelry) and photography.

• Entry fees are NOT refundable.

• Maximum of three entries per artist.

• Entries will be selected from digital images only.

• Awards will be judged from the original art.

• Including the frame, artwork must be a minimum of 12” on one side, height or width. Including the frame, artwork should not exceed 2,200 total square inches in size.

• For photography only, size must not exceed 24” x 24”.

• Art must be sturdily framed and ready to hang including wire, may be gallery wrapped with properly finished sides and wired to hang. Wire must be moderately taut and properly attached about 1/3 from the top or higher. Larger and heavier pieces of art should use appropriately sized “D” rings with sturdy wire. Gallery wrapped canvas does not require framing, but does need wire on the back. No sawtooth hangers. No wire should extend above the top of the piece.

• Artists may not substitute another work for an accepted work, nor withdraw any accepted work until the end of the show.

• PAL reserves the right to refuse, on arrival, any artwork that does not meet the eligibility and conditions, does not match the submitted image, or is of unacceptable quality not discernible in the digital entry.

• Insurance of the art is entirely the artists responsibility.


PAL, nor its representatives, nor the Harbor History Museum can be held responsible for any damage or loss of these art works from any cause. Utmost care will be taken when handling all art.


A “Creating Dynamic Landscapes” workshop using pastel, oil and other media, with show juror Teresa Saia, will be held Sept. 10-12. The workshop will take place at Nichols Community Center on Fox Island. To learn more about Ms. Saia, visit her website at




Pastel, Oil, & other media


SEPT. 10, 11TH & 12TH

9:30am – 4:30pm

Nichols Community

Center (FICRA)

690 9th Ave., Fox


Teresa Saia has firmly established herself within the art community, demonstrating a sophistication of style, dynamic use of color, and a sensitivity for light. A native of Washington, she has studied with leading artists throughout the US and abroad. Her studio is located on beautiful Whidbey Island, an environment that provides vital energy for her creativity.

Teresa's work encompasses the mediums of oil, pastel and watercolor. Known for fluid, direct style, she captures the attention of many collectors with her expressive use of radiant and rich color. The mood and emotion conveyed in her paintings evoke a deep sense of the mysterious, romantic, peaceful and yet familiar settings. Her paintings explore the worlds she has discovered in her many travels abroad each year, as well as the beauty she finds in the Pacific Northwest and her part-time home on Whidbey Island.

Teresa is an IAPS Master Pastelist and a Signature Member of the American Impressionist Society. and has received Signature Status in the Pastel Society of America (PSA). Recognized by numerous national awards, her paintings embody a passion she feels for all her subject matter--believing it is necessary to continually develop, explore and grow, living a life devoted to art and bringing art to life.

Teresa is also a recognized workshop instructor nationally and in Europe. She enjoys creating a supportive and energetic atmosphere in which students can thrive, establishing their own style and direction.



• Application and information can be found at Mail application with $100.00 deposit to Peninsula Art League c/o Carlene Salazar.

Price: $395.00 per person*

• Email for more info or call Carlene at (360) 978-4655.

* Complete payment is due on or before 9/10/2022. Checks payable to Peninsula Art League. Mail workshop registration and check to Carlene Salazar at 267 Dluhosh Rd., Onalaska, WA, 98570.

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