Mustard Festival seeks art entries |

Mustard Festival seeks art entries

The Napa Valley Mustard Festival is seeking entries for the 12th annual Napa Valley Mustard Festival Visual Arts Competition and Exhibit, an open-themed two-and-three-dimensional juried show. A total of $3,500 in cash awards will go to the winners of first-, second-, and third-place in both categories.

Enter by sending one slide for $25 or up to three slides for $35. The jurors are G. Jay Golik, painter, sculptor, architect and art professor, Napa Valley College; Giselle Kappus, sculptor and curator, Sausalito; and Michael Schwager, adjunct curator, di Rosa Preserve, Professor of Art History and Director of the University Art Gallery, Sonoma State University.

Entries will be unveiled for sale and prizes will be awarded at Mustard Magic, the grand opening event of the Mustard Season, at 7 p.m. Jan. 29.

The exhibit will move and continue at the gallery at St. Supery through March 24. There will be an artist’s reception, which is open to the public, at the gallery from 5 to 7 p.m. Feb. 5.

For guidelines and entry form, visit online at; call (707) 938-1133 x 109; or send a SASE to Napa Valley Mustard Festival, Attn: Barbra Fortier, P.O. Box 3603, Yountville, CA 94599.

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