Artists encouraged to submit to “Fall Reflections Art Exhibition” as deadline approaches


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HERSCHER – Local, regional and national artists are encouraged to submit their works for the upcoming “Fall Reflections 2021 Juried Art Exhibition” beginning November 2nd.

All artists must be 18 years or older to submit a piece of work. No theme has been selected for the exhibition and the subject matter is considered open.

There is a submission fee of $20 to enter. Three Merit Awards in the amount of $50 each will be rewarded to winners, including an Honorable Mentions, Residents Choice, and Key Art Award.

The deadline for submissions is October 22nd and can be mailed or dropped at the reception desk at Harvest View. The annual exhibition will run November 2nd through December 10th at Harvest View at 100 Harvest View Lane in Herscher.  Gallery viewing throughout the showing will be made for Vaccinated guests only on weekdays during the event by appointment.

A reception on November 2nd will run from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm and be limited to vaccinated guests and artists with jurors and awards presented at 6 pm. Refreshments will be served throughout the evening.

More information can be found online at 


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