Another Flora, Fauna Exhibition!

Flora and Fauna: Narrative through Iconography A juried exhibit at Lockhart Gallery, SUNY Geneseo. For generations, artists have used signs and symbols from nature to impart meaning in their artwork. Audiences of previous eras were well-versed in this seemingly covert language. Each icon usually has several different meanings; for instance a rabbit may mean fertility, longevity, femininity or rebirth.

Exhibition dates: February 2 – March 8, 2012

Submission Deadline: December 1, 2011

Submission Guidelines:  Email three (300ppi) images to geneseo.galleries.edu/floraandfauna with a submission fee of $25.  You may submit two additional images for an additional $15.  The total that can be submitted is 5 images for $40.

For more information go to: geneseo.edu/galleries/flora-and-fauna

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