CALL TO ARTISTS: 2018 NYS Juried Art Exhibit

Pictured: Laughing Fish, John Elwood Cook, 2015, watercolor, 15 x 17", and Roger Bailey in red printer’s apron. Bailey is the juror for the 2018 NYS Juried Art Exhibit at the Frederic Remington Art Museum. Cook’s watercolor was included in the last NYS Juried Art Exhibit at the Remington Museum in 2016.


OGDENSBURG, NY - The Frederic Remington Art Museum announces its 2018 New York State Juried Art Exhibit, opening on September 22, 2018. This biennial exhibition is open to any artist 18 years and older working within New York State. The deadline for submissions is Tuesday, August 7th.


For the 2018 New York State Juried Art Exhibit, artists are invited to submit up to three digital photos of their art. Selected artworks will be on display will be during the Museum’s busy fall tourist season, so works will receive maximum exposure.


For this year’s NYS Exhibit, the Remington Museum is very pleased to have as its juror the discerning and accomplished artist Roger Bailey. Bailey was born and raised in Iowa and earned degrees in Fine Art from the University of Northern Iowa and the University of Nebraska. Following four years of teaching art in public schools in Iowa, Bailey accepted a position in 1969 at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY, where he taught printmaking and drawing courses. Upon retirement in 2002 Bailey established his own printmaking studio, known as The Senefelder Club of the North Country, located at his home south of Canton. Here Bailey has pursued his own work as well as collaborating on intaglio and lithography printmaking projects with others, including artists Jack Beal and Sondra Freckelton. For more information about Roger Bailey visit his web-site

The deadline for submission of digital images, information, and payment is Tuesday, August 7th. Submission can be completed online, or via email to or on CD with an entry form and payment mailed to the Museum. The full prospectus and entry form can be viewed at

The exhibit opens with a reception on Saturday, September 22nd, from 2:00 to 4:00 pm, and will remain on view until January 13, 2019. Works in the exhibit may be offered for sale, with one third of the price benefiting the Museum. For more information, contact or call (315) 393-2425.