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PHAC’s Inaugural Hallway Show

September:  A Toast to Trees


                Late Winter Reflections, Oil, 24x30,                   Forest, watercolor, 9x12, Lori

 Michael Keyes     

PHAC artists Lisa Crosse, Betsy Keyes, Michael Keyes, Amy Martin, Lori Phillips, Joan Porter, and Judy Wong found trees to paint in the forest, in the mountains, near streams and rivers, at sunset, at dawn, in winter, in summer,  in other states, even in Yoga poses.  What a nice variety of paintings to launch our Fall 2019 Hallway Shows.

Please come and celebrate these fine artists at Inaugural Reception:   Thursday, September 19, from 4 to 6 PM, 2nd floor lounge, United Methodist Park Hill Church, Montview & Glencoe, Denver 80207. 

Thanks to well-known Denver fine artist Victoria Kwasinski for jurying the inaugural show.


PHAC’s Upcoming Hallway Shows

Calls for Entry

Submissions of art can be made at any time, but you must meet the deadline to be entered for a specific show.

September Show

Theme:       Trees

Deadline:   Closed

Reception: September 19,  4-6 pm

October Show

Theme:       Urban  (urban-scapes, urban settings, buildings, city scenes, etc.

Deadline:   Closed

Reception: October 17,  4-6 pm

November Show

Theme:       Food and Drink  (apples, pears, oranges, banquets, snacks, drinks, etc.)

Deadline:   October 15

Reception: November 21,  4-6 pm


No show this month.

All receptions are held in the 2nd floor lounge of the United Methodist Park Hill Church, Montview & Glencoe, Denver.

General guidelines:  Send photos of paintings to be submitted to Joyce Nielsen (  She will forward to appropriate juror.  3 images per submission, one submission per member.  Must be PHAC member to apply.  No fee to apply but if accepted, we will ask you for a few dollars to contribute to reception refreshments. Unless otherwise stated, all media taught in PHAC classes acceptable, so no photography.  Original work only.  No prints unless original.  No giclĂ©es.  Unless otherwise stated, paintings can be representational, abstract, or something in between—no limits re style.  Generally, the larger the painting the better because of particular hanging system available.  Submitted paintings must be for sale, must be framed (by time of show, but not in photo) and ready to hang.  Accepted/invited paintings must be delivered to church on the specified date & time the week before reception.  Information re Title, Size, Medium, PriceName of Artist must be listed in email with images and must be on back of each invited painting.  Artists may be asked to write a brief description of the painting &/or provide a brief artist statement. PHAC will ask for 10% of any sales.  


5209 Montview Blvd
Denver 80207

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