A Plein Air painting event is scheduled to be held in the City of Provo, Utah on Wednesday, September 29th through Friday, October 1st 2010 with a subsequent Plein Air Provo exhibit running October 1st - 29th.

Provo, the county seat of Utah County, is located about 50 miles south of Salt Lake City along the Wasatch Front. Provo was originally called Fort Utah when it was settled in 1849 by 33 Mormon families from Salt Lake City, but was re-named Provo in 1850 for Étienne Provost, an early French-Canadian trapper who arrived in the region in 1825.

The city of Provo, dotted with historic homes and architecture, parks, mountains, rivers and Utah Lake provide numerous attractions for artists. Artists may paint anywhere within the City of Provo. With autumn in the air possible scenes include historic structures, pastoral vistas, mountain and stream scenes, city and landscapes and agricultural subjects.

Artists may turn in up to three completed, framed and ready to be hung artworks. Any two-dimensional medium (oils, acrylics, gauche, watercolors and pastels) is acceptable, but work must be done “en plein air” without the assistance of photography or studio work.

Entry Fees: $10 for each surface (canvas/board/paper), up to three surfaces .

Pre-registration by mail: All pre-paid, pre-registration forms need to be returned to Terra Nova Gallery. (Do not send in your surfaces, they will be stamped at Terra Nova Gallery upon your check-in during the registration periods.) Make checks payable to Terra Nova Gallery (send no cash please.)

On-site Registration & Check-in: Wednesday Sept. 29th early bird, 7- 9 am and 5-6 pm; Thursday Sept. 30th, 8-9 am and 5-6 pm; Friday Oct 1st, 8-9 am.

Location: Terra Nova Gallery, 41 West 300 North, Provo, Utah 84601, 801.374.0016.

Exhibit: All works for the exhibit must be turned in by 2 pm October 1st. Works must be properly framed and ready to hang.

Awards: Awards will be distributed at the judge(s) discretion.

All images copyright by artist. Images by Hawkinson Photography.
Last Update: 9/18/2010