American Impressionist Society , also known as AIS, was founded in 1998 by four Florida artists in honor of their mentor, William Schultz. Thanks to the vision of Charlotte M. Dickinson, Marjorie I. Bradley, Pauline S. Ney and of course, William Schultz, AIS is proud to serve our member artists with exhibit opportunities, workshops, events, and retreats. AIS has grown to be one of the most respected national art organizations in the country, with over 2,100 active members nationwide. AIS partners with galleries and arts organizations to present our National and Small Works Showcase each year in dynamic communities across the United States. In 2020 we launched our first Online Exhibition and in 2021 an Online Exhibition for our Associate Members. Annually, AIS now offers four juried exhibition opportunities. Congratulations to the 260 artists whose work was juried into our exhibition. We received 1,613 entries for considerations by the jurors. Artists with AIS designation after their name have achieved Signature Membership. We also have artwork submitted by some of our Master members, Officers and Board Members. Much of the artwork in this exhibit is available for purchase. Please contact the artist at their email listed on each artist page in this catalog. AIS Jury Process: Submitted work was reviewed by a panel of highly qualified, nationally recognized master and/or signature level artists, using a “blind jury” process where the juror does not know the identity of the artist whose work he/she is viewing. The jurors do not know the identity of the other jurors. Each juror assigns a score from one (low) to seven (high) to each painting entered, based on technical mastery (composition, design, value, drawing, edges, etc.) and whether the piece is impressionistic. The points are then tabulated revealing the highest scoring paintings. The American Impressionist Society believes this method of selection is the most fair and unbiased jurying method currently available. The accepted works are then reviewed and selected for awards by our exhibition Awards Judge, a Master Member of AIS. This digital catalog was published on November 28, 2022. The Awards will be presented on December 1, 2022 in a Facebook Live event.
American Impressionist Society 3rd Annual All Member Online Exhibition 2022
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