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Anaheim Art Association
Anaheim Art Association 59th Juried Open

59th Annual Open Juried Art Competition

at the Muzeo Museum and Cultural Center Main Gallery

241 S. Anaheim Blvd, Anaheim CA 92805


Submission Dates:  May 9, 2023 to August 26, 2023

·      Selected art notifications September 4, 2023

·      Artwork Delivery Friday, September 8th and Saturday, September 9th 2023 11am to 2pm.

·      Starting Saturday, September 23, 2023; Open Wednesday through Sunday; closed on Mondays & Tuesdays

·      Opening Date Reception is Saturday September 23,

1:00pm to 3:00pm followed by the Award Announcements with photos to be taken of the winners(3pm)

Closing Date is November 5th with actual Awards to be disbursed to the winners and exciting drawings to take place for all entrants.

All Artwork must be removed immediately afterwards.

Questions: Contact the show Chairman Tony Podue at email or at 714-876-5559 or

Karen Neal: Show Vice Chairman:



Entry fees

$25 for first entry and $10.00 for each additional piece; the entry maximum shall be five 5.

Please be advised that this is a juried event with not all artwork being accepted into

the competition by the Judge. Entry Fees are not refundable.


Cash Awards & Honorable Mention will be awarded at the juror’s discretion.

Show Rules

*Categories:  Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor, Drawing, Pastel, Mixed Media/other Media, Photography…Basic Photography (Normal post processing including dodging, burning, cropping, luminosity masking, stacking, stitching, etc.)

and Manipulated Composite (Manipulated image consisting of composites; i.e., multiple images into one or any AI transformation including sky replacement. So, for instance a moon is brought in from another image and is placed above a church steeple or a boat is brought in from one image and placed on a lake in another image, it becomes a category 2 image)

*All work must be original.  No Class Work and none done under instruction.  No Giclee’ or other prints will be allowed.  * No copies, reproductions, interpretation of studies of another artist’s works will be accepted into the competition.  Sourced referenced materials, i.e., photographs may only be used with written approval from the photographer or artwork is not eligible. 

*No restrictions on the date completed.

*All work must be framed or gallery wrapped with painted sides.

*No wet paintings. All entries must have wire hangers on the back; and NO saw tooth hangers will be accepted.

*Size limit is 43” in either direction including frame.

*Name, Title, email, phone number and medium placed on the back using Anaheim Art Association’s form.

*No entry shall be permitted to have another media on top of a photograph, print or giclee”.

*Entry limit shall be Five (5).

*There must be at least 12 entries in each category or they will be combined with the next smallest category.

*No piece shall receive more than one award and no artist will receive more than three awards. Exception: The Mayor’s award could be awarded to a piece that has received an award from the juror.

*Any Artwork that has won an award in any prior Anaheim Art Association Open is not eligible for entry into this event, except if it had won only an Honorable Mention.

*A 30% commission will be due to the MuzeO for any Sales.

*The show chairman will resolve all questions concerning entries, categories or submissions.

*Any violation of any of these rules will lead to disqualification and removal from the show until collected.

*All Artwork must remain on display until the end of the show.  Artwork must be picked up at the conclusion of the awards program on Sunday November 5th, 2023 or the artwork will become the property *All artists submitting artwork to this show may be required to either work at check-in or agree to sit the gallery for at  one (1) two-hour shift on either Saturday or Sunday during the show.  The shifts are 11am to 1pm and 1pm to 3pm (this is subject to MuzeO change). 


*Image files must be jpg and under 4 mb. For best results, images should be 1920 pixels on the longest side @ 72 dpi. For help with your entries, contact or 888-666-1351.


***REMINDER:  A 30% COMMISSION due to the MuzeO for any salesThe MuzeO will handle all sales***

All Artwork must be picked up at the Conclusion of the Award handouts on November 5, or artwork will become the property of the Anaheim Art Association.      


Check our website and Facebook above for more information.

Show Chairman :  Tony Podue: 714-876-5559

Show Vice Chairman: Karen Neal:;  714-396-6325


Juror: Randy Sprout   Born in Emmetsburg, Iowa in 1945, Randy Sprout began his art career in 1964 at the University of Iowa, printmaking and studying with Mauricio Lasansky and Dr. John Schultz. He graduated with a BA in fine arts from the University of Iowa in 1968 Army service in Korea interrupted his art for two years, after which he studied with Robert Heinecken, Jan Stussy, Ray Brown, Sam Amato, Richard Diebenkorn and Stanton MacDonald-Wright, in the UCLA Graduate School of Fine Arts. He was awarded an MA in 1972 and an MFA at UCLA in 1973. He had many shows during that time, including a One Man show at the Santa Barbara Art Museum. He also worked for Los Angeles County Museum of Art, with Ben Johnson, and got to restore many priceless prints for the Norton Simon Museum. 
     Working closely with Jan Stussy and Stanton McDonald-Wright, he began painting and his drawings began to get larger and better. In 1973, he was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to restore some Goya steel-faced etchings at the Prado, in Lisbon. Then Ruth Weisberg of the USC Department of Art reached out to him, and he worked there as an Associate Instructor in printmaking for 2 years. After that, he taught painting and printmaking for 4 years at the UCLA Art Extension then taught painting, printmaking and drawing at Pierce College. He coauthored the book “Innovative Printmaking” 1977 Crown Publishers, New York. In 2004 he gave a sold-out lecture to Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angles with a re-creation of Synchrome Kineidoscope performance a machine he helped work on with Stanton MacDonald-Wright in early 1970. 
     He is a member of California Art Club, Southern California Plein Air Painters Association, Laguna Plein Air Painters Association, and on the Board of Directors for the California Art League. His work can be found in the following Collections: Archives Ohlone College, Fremont, California Grunwald Graphic Art Center, U.C.L.A. Photographic Collection, School of Fine Art, Ohio State University, Photographic Collection, Oakland Museum of Fine Art, California 
44 U.S. Embassies around the world, Photographic Collection, U.C.L.A. 
Fall River Art Association, Mass. Photographic Collection, School of Fine Art, University of Iowa. Print Collection of Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The Flint Institute of Arts 
     He still lives in the foothills of Los Feliz with his wife of 46 Years, the former Dawn Eberle and has 3 children, Barrett 33 Laurel 36, and Robert 39. He now divides his time between painting, real estate management, and fishing on his boat the FORTUNA.

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