Call to artists: Submissions sought for winter exhibit in Brandon

The Compass Music and Arts Center in Brandon is accepting submissions for the juried photography exhibit “It’s the Little Things.”The exhibit runs from Jan. 13-Feb. 25. All submissions are due Dec 2.
We often hear “It’s the little things in life that matter the most.”Yet we allow ourselves to get wrapped up in the hustle and bustle of work, responsibilities, reaching that next goal, and the general speed in which we live our lives. This exhibit is a chance to reflect on the little things in life, the details, that when accumulated, equal a more joyful, fulfilling life. We all need to remember, as author Kurt Vonnegut stated, “Enjoy the little things in life because one day you’ll look back and realize they were the big things.”
Submissions will be considered by Vermont photographers Denise Letendre Bach, Norma Montaigne and Lowell Snowdon Klock, and judged based on the submitting artist’s interpretation of the “It’s the Little Things”theme. A cash prize will be awarded, along with future exhibiting opportunities at Compass.
The submission materials and fees must be received by Dec. 2. The submission guidelines are available at or via [email protected].
About the jurors
Denise Letendre Bach likes to work on projects that draw people in and then inspire them to look around their own environment in a fresh way, in a way that children often do. She was awarded ‘Juror’s Choice’in the Compass Center’s ‘Winter as Prism or Prison’exhibit this past winter.
Norma Montaigne — local artist, photographer, graphic designer and illustrator — went to school in Connecticut at the University of Hartford Art School and Paier School of Art in New Haven. She illustrated the adult coloring book “Color the Open Road,”has exhibited locally, and is involved in Rutland art community events.
In her photography, Lowell Snowdon Klock transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary. She has an Associate of Science Degree in Photography from Northern Virginia Community College in Alexandria, Virginia and has studied with photographers Elizabeth Opalenik, Frank Lavelle, and Jonathan Bailey, among others.

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