Many ancient cultures saw the world in terms of sacred elements- Earth, Fire, Water, Air, and Aether (Spirit)
"...essential for the survival of all living beings" -Persian philosopher Zarathustra 600- 583 BC
In Japan, these held further associations---
Earth represented things that were solid.
Water represented things that were liquid.
Fire represented things that destroy.
Air represented things that moved.
Others, by extension took those to the five senses: HEARING, TOUCH, SIGHT, TASTE and SMELL.
Modern chemistry is based on the elements of the Periodic Table - the Building Blocks of the Universe. We speak of the elements of The Good Life, of things we perceive as pure and simple, as necessities; and then of course there is the Elements of STYLE. And you- what do you consider
Art @eBar extends an invitation for artists working in any medium - photography, paint, printmaking, encaustic, mixed media, low relief 3D- to submit up to THREE ***digital format*** images of artwork for jurying.
Please note only ONE artwork per artist will be chosen.
Digital submissions accepted any time until SUNDAY DECEMBER 15th*
*Show posters are designed from show entries; early entries encouraged!
Artists will be notified regarding accepted work by Sunday December 22nd.
Submit jpgs to ART @ ebar curator Eric Allen Montgomery-
Show drop off Sunday, January 12th at 12pm NOON until 1PM
Show opens Tuesday, January 14th at 8pm