Arts Division 18 Native American Indian Art

Arts
Division 18
Native American
Indian Art
Gallery
New Mexico State Fair
September 11-22, 2013
Evening of the Arts
September 10, 2013
Art Director
Ramona Vigil-Eastwood
(505)222-9738
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Premiums – $7915.00
Entry Forms available after June 25th by calling (505) 222-9738.
ARTISTS ONLY
Walk In Entries
Native American Indian Art Gallery
Non-Refundable Entry Fee for Individuals
Adults - $15.00
Youth - $ 5.00
Friday, August 23, 2013
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday, August 24, 2013
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Absolutely No Entries Taken After 5:00 PM Saturday, August 24, 2013
Attention Dealers
All Dealers Must Pre-Register: August 5-7, 2013 (Call for Appointment)
Non-Refundable Entry Fee for Dealers
$100.00
All Dealers: August 22, 2013 - All items must be delivered from 9:00 AM 5:00 PM. This will be the only day items will be accepted by dealers and
they must have been pre-registered. Walk in entries will not be accepted.
Special Rules
1. Exhibits must have been produced within the last year by Native American
Indians of federally regulated tribes.
2. If entering Artwork in Native American Indian Art Gallery, you may not
enter Artwork in Hispanic Art, Fine Art Galleries, African American Art or
Non-Professional Art. See rules per gallery.
3. Exhibitors must SIGN entry form and give Social Security Number or
dealers Tax ID upon registration (number is needed if you receive a cash
award or if artwork sells).
4. The IRS regulation requires NMSF to withhold 31% of any payment to
individuals who do not give a correct Social Security Number.
5. Entries will be juried by competent, non-competing artists, crafts
people and qualified experts selected by the New Mexico State Fair Art
Department.
6. All entries and awards in this department shall be subject to the General
Rules and Regulations. To be considered for judging each Artist must
select up to four (4) pieces per class, upon entering.
7. Expo New Mexico State Fair Management and/or Arts Committee have
the right to remove any work not suitable for public viewing. “Expo New
Mexico The New Mexico State Fair” is a family oriented event.
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8. No exhibit unworthy of an award shall receive one, even though there is
no competition, nor shall any exhibit receive an award greater than its
merits justify.
9. Every precaution will be taken for the safety of all entries, but in no case
will the New Mexico State Fair or the State of New Mexico be responsible
for loss or damages to any entry while in the Fair’s possession. Dealers
and Artists are encouraged to carry their own insurance.
10. Any authentic Native American item may be entered by the exhibitor. The
authenticity of any item entered is the sole responsibility of the exhibitor.
Items must remain marked as they were at the time of entry. No item will
be accepted from a deceased artist or a live artist that can no longer
reproduce his work. The Dealer or exhibitor must have the rightful name
and address of maker to enter. Dealer’s address will not be acceptable
under makers name.
11. Dealers names and address will not be allowed on back of entry tags.
Work entered by dealers may not compete for awards.
12. Award checks will be mailed within 30 days of the show. No more than
two premiums will be awarded to a single exhibitor in any one class.
13. Articles entered are for sale. A commission of 25% of the selling price will
be made on each article sold. Checks for sold items will be mailed no
later than October 11, 2013.
14. Any item purchased at the Native American Gallery must be completely
paid for at the time of purchase. Purchasers must present sales slips
given them at time of purchase to claim items purchased. No returns or
exchanges of sales allowed.
15. Exhibitors must claim each piece by corresponding claim check given
them at time of entry. Artists Only: Exhibits can be claimed on Monday,
September 23, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Dealers must pick up
unsold artwork Tuesday, September 24, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 3:00
PM. Any exhibits remaining on the Fairgrounds after September 24th
becomes the property of the State Fair to be disposed of at its discretion.
16. Honorable mention ribbons are awarded for outstanding articles other
than 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prize winners.
17. Please observe number of items permissible to enter in individual
sections.
18. Ribbons must remain with articles sold. A duplicate ribbon (if available) or
a certificate will be furnished to artist.
19. Exhibitors may photograph their own entries if they desire to do so
(Please let State Fair staff know of your intentions).
20. Exhibitor recognizes that marketing of the Fair and its grounds requires
use of photography and video. Exhibitor hereby expressly grants to
the Fair the irrevocable, assignable right and license to take, use and
publish exhibitor images and property without the need for any approval.
Exhibitors artwork will not be used for profit.
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21. Any motor vehicle which is unlawfully parked is subject to wheel booting
immobilization by New Mexico State Fair personnel. An immobilization
notice will be placed on your windshield. Upon payment of the One
Hundred and Fifty Dollar ($150.00) wheel boot removal fee, the wheel
boot mechanism will be removed promptly as reasonable. Where the
owner or operator of a wheel booted vehicle fails to make all payments
within 24 hours from the time the vehicle is wheel booted, said vehicle
becomes subject to being towed. Once a vehicle has been wheel booted
and subsequently towed, the registered driver/owner will be responsible
for all fees incurred (including wheel boot removal fee, towing and storage
fee). Any person(s) who tampers with or damages an immobilizer wheel
boot will be responsible for an immobilizer wheel boot replacement cost
of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) and face criminal charges.
Section 270
Pottery
Classes 1-18
All pottery must have been made by Native Americans of Native American
Federally Regulated Tribes not more than one year before date of this
exhibition.
Pottery must be traditionally Native American Indian-made and fired, (unless
as stated in class #16-18) and if paint-decorated, painted before firing.
Premiums
1st 2nd
$25.00 $20.00
3rd
$15.00
Honorable Mention
Ribbon
Best of Show........................$50.00 & Rosette
Pottery Categories
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Storage jar, Seed jar (3” or more) any type, any design:
Handmade
Bowl or Jar (10” or more in diameter) painted, polished,
unpainted: Handmade
Bowl or Jar (3” - 10” in diameter) painted, unpainted, plain
polished: Handmade
Bowl or Jar (any type, any design) carved, incised,(scrimshaw):
Handmade
Miniatures, (2” - 3”): Handmade
Canteen, Wedding Vase: Handmade
Plate, Handmade
Pottery Doll, any type, any design: Handmade
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9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Nativity Set, Storyteller: Handmade
Sculpture type, pottery: Handmade
Fetish Pots, any size
Pottery (masks, wall hangings, etc.)
Pottery, other
Pottery, Figurines (5 “ or smaller)
Pottery, Figurines (5” or larger)
Storyteller, Nativity Sets: Ceramic
Pottery Jewelry, traditional and ceramic
Ceramic, mold poured pots, any type
Section 271
Jewelry and Accessories
Classes 19-36
One maker per item, or item cannot be accepted. Dealers may not enter
items for anyone other than themselves.
Silver articles must be 900 or finer. No items will be accepted that are made
of German Silver (nickel) in any form, especially when used as a combination
for backing and with silver. When chains are used as an accessory, they
must be sterling silver.
All articles must be handmade by Native American Indian silversmiths
(except for minimum findings), otherwise the article is a misrepresentation
and will be subject to disqualification by the judges. Turquoise items must
be labeled as to natural, stabilized, or treated.
1st 2nd
$25.00
$20.00
Premiums
3rd
$15.00
Honorable Mention
Ribbon
Best of Show...........................$50.00 & Rosette
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
Bolo, Belt Buckles, Hatbands
Bracelets, ankles bracelets, watch bands, watch bracelets,
etc.
Brooch, Pendants
Crosses
Concho belts
Earrings, Ear cuffs
Rings
Silver Beads - Silver tubing
Cuff links, Tie bar, Tie tack, Collar tips, Boot tips, Key rings,
Money clips, Nail files, Eyeglass chains
Necklace Heishi, any type, any material
Fetish necklace, any material, any type
Choker, any type
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31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
Squash Blossom
Jewelry Set, 2 pieces or more
Mixed beads, nugget necklaces, strands of turquoise
Hair pieces, any type
Buttons, Button Covers, any other items not listed above
Showpiece, silver item
Section 272
Gold Jewelry
Classes 37-39
Gold must be 10K or finer (no gold-plating or gold-filled accepted, except
in chains when used as an accessory; this must be stated on ticket). All
articles must be handmade by a Native American silversmiths (except for
minimum findings), otherwise the article is a misrepresentation and will be
subject to disqualification by the judges.
Premiums
1st 2nd
$25.00 $15.00
3rd
$10.00
Honorable Mention
Ribbon
Best of Show.............................$50.00 & Rosette
37.
38.
39.
Women’s Gold Jewelry
Men’s Gold Jewelry
Gold and Silver combination jewelry
Section 273
Youth - Miscellaneous
Classes 40-45
18 years of age or younger.
*** An Artist May Enter Three Paintings Only***
1st 2nd
$20.00 $10.00
Premiums
3rd
$5.00 Honorable Mention
Ribbon
Best of Show..............................$25.00 & Rosette
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40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
Jewelry, any type
Pottery, any type, any design
Rugs
Any other item not listed above
Youth Painting, 13 years and under (must be framed and
wired for hanging in order to be accepted)
Junior Painting, 14 through 18 years (must be framed and
wired for hanging in order to be accepted)
Section 274
Rugs, Blankets or Saddle Blankets
Classes 46-57
Will not accept miniature rugs of any type for security reasons.
Premiums
1st 2nd
$50.00 $30.00
3rd
$20.00
Honorable Mention
Ribbon
Best of Show..............................$50.00 & Rosette
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
Ganado, Klageto Rug
Two Grey Hill Rug
Vegetable Dye Rug
Yei, Yei-be-cha Rug
Teec-Nos-Pos Rug
Rug, other
Picture Rug
Storm Pattern Rug
Chiefs Blanket
4 in 1 Rug and 2 in 1 Rug, etc.
Wide Ruins, Crystal
Burntwater
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Section 275
Painting - Adult Division
Classes 58-65
An Artist May Enter Two Paintings Only
A Dealer may enter two paintings per Artist represented
(but not more than a total of 10 paintings)
All paintings must be completed during the 2012 year to present time.
Art work must be framed and wired for hanging.
No picture smaller than 9”x 12” after framing or larger than 12 sq. ft. will
be accepted. No prints - only originals accepted, the exception being
photography.
Premiums
1st 2nd
$35.00 $25.00
3rd
$15.00
Honorable Mention
Ribbon
Best of Show.............................$50.00 & Rosette
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
Watercolor painting
Oil painting
Painting, acrylic
Pastel painting
Painting, any other art material used not mentioned above
Sand paintings, traditional
Sand paintings, modern
Photography (Framed under glass or plexiglas)
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Section 276
Sculptures
Classes 66-68
Sculptures cannot be more than 5 feet tall.
Premiums
1st 2nd
$35.00 $25.00
3rd
$15.00
Honorable Mention
Ribbon
Best of Show...........................$50.00 & Rosette
66.
67.
68.
Hand-carvings, wood
Hand-carvings, stone
Hand-carvings, sculpture, any other material not listed above
Section 277
Fetishes
Classes 69-71
Hand-carved fetishes should be 2” or more
1st 2nd
$35.00 $25.00
Premiums
3rd
$15.00
Honorable Mention
Ribbon
Best of Show...........................$50.00 & Rosette
69.
70.
71.
Hand-carved fetish, traditional
Hand-carved fetish, modern
Sculpture Miniatures up to 6” in height (to include bats,
dragons, etc.)
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Section 278
Kachinas
Classes 72-76
No kachina larger than 3 ft. will be accepted.
Any accessories on Kachina must be labeled as moveable and/or attached.
Premiums
1st 2nd
$30.00 $25.00
3rd
$15.00
Honorable Mention
Ribbon
Best of Show................................$50.00 & Rosette
72.
73.
74.
75.
76.
Kachina, non-action (Hopi)
Kachina, action (Hopi)
Kachina, (other)
Kachina, sculpture, any type
Koyemshi, Koshare
Section 279
Miscellaneous
Classes 77-107
No miniature baskets accepted under 6”
Beadwork (preference, beadwork on leather)
Articles will not be accepted from illegal materials such as eagle feathers
and claws.
Premiums
1st 2nd
$30.00 $25.00
3rd
$15.00
Honorable Mention
Ribbon
Best of Show............................$50.00 & Rosette
77.
78.
79.
80.
81.
Men’s Accessories, Beaded
Beaded Bolos
Women’s Accessories, Beaded
Children’s Accessories, Beaded
Beaded earrings
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82.
83.
84.
85.
Beaded key ring
Beadwork, other
Combined beadwork & leather
Cradleboard
Leatherwork
86.
87.
88.
Men’s and Women’s Accessories, leather
Shields, any type
Dream Catcher
Textiles
Indian Garment, hand-woven wool, cotton or rayon.
Must have been made within the past year.
89.
90.
91.
92.
93.
94.
Women’s Garment, any type
Men’s Garment, any type
Textiles, woven sashes, garters, etc.
Children’s garment
Pillows, purses, table runner, & napkins
Any other item not mentioned above, such as framed
needle point, wall hanging.
Basket Apache
Basket Papago, Pima
Basket, Hopi
Wedding basket, any tribe
Basket, other
95.
96.
97.
98.
99.
Baskets
Other
All artwork must be ready for display and hangable.
100.
101.
102.
103.
104.
105.
106.
Gourds, rattles
Doll, any tribe
Drums, any size
Feather work
Any other handmade Native American Indian craft
Peace pipes and flutes
Spears, Bows & Arrows
107.
Home Accessories: Lamps, tables, cabinets, etc.
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Purchase Prize
The New Mexico State Fair will select one or more Purchase Awards during
the 2013 Fair from the work offered for sale in the Native American Art, Fine
Art, Hispanic Art or the African American Arts Exhibits.
Purchase Awards will be chosen by The New Mexico State Fair Arts and
Cultural Affairs Committee to become part of the State Fair Permanent
Collection.
The management reserves the right to postpone a choice until another Fair
is scheduled. A 25% commission will be charged on the purchase price
stated by the artist at the time of entry.
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