Well, my work wasn't accepted for the Delta Exhibition. But I took the largest of the three and submitted it for the Student Competitive show at UALR and it was accepted, along with the mosaic I have mentioned in earlier posts. The mosaic was the biggest challenge I've had in art and I learned a lot from it. Mostly I learned that this is the wrong way to create a mosaic. But a lot of people respond positively to the fact that it is made from shredded pornographic magazines, so I guess there's that. The amount of work that went into it meant that I have to ask a very high price for it, though some might say I should ask for more....
I submitted three drawings for the 60th annual Delta Exhibition at the Arkansas Arts Center. I've been wanting to submit for the Delta for the past two years, but missed the deadline both times. This year, I stayed on top of the info and made sure to get the maximum of three entries submitted. Two were drawings I had already completed, and the third was one I did specifically for the exhibition. I'm hoping that my drawings will be accepted for the exhibition. It'll be a good experience.
I am now represented by Matt McLeod Gallery in Little Rock. I have drawings on exhibit in the gallery now, and will soon be adding some of my woodcut prints.