Now Open for Entry

Deadline to enter January 10th

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Introducing Street Scenes

Show us what resonates with you in towns and cities, large and small; the people, shops, traffic – anything at all that evokes a distinctive sense of a place. Streets, lanes, and country roads tell the stories of communities and what we see there defines a place in our memories. Entries are open internationally for MFA’s (Maryland Federation of Art) online-only exhibition. Following exhibition guidelines, any 2-D or 3-D work is eligible for entry. The selected artworks may be viewed on MFA’s Online Sales Gallery from February 15 through March 31, 2021. Exhibition Chair: Richard Niewerth, Wil Scott.

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 Juror: Daniel M. Finch

Daniel M. Finch was born in 1971 in Orlando Florida, the same year that Disneyworld opened its doors. Childhood was spent in various states including Virginia and Maryland before settling in Augusta Georgia. The son of a sculptor, Finch attended Augusta State University to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. He later earned his MFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of Georgia in Athens. He currently resides in a suburb of Harrisburg, PA, with his wife, and their two children, Mira and Dominic. His work has been exhibited extensively across the country as well as internationally. Many of his commissioned, public murals can be seen across Central Pennsylvania, and he has been featured numerous times in the national publication, New American Paintings. Daniel Finch is currently Professor of Painting and Drawing at Messiah University in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. His website is:

Juror’s Statement

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*Award contributors and recipients will also be listed in the exhibition catalog.

Information for Accepted Artists

Exhibition Schedule

Exhibition Schedule:

Nov. 10 Online entry opens for submissions.
Jan. 10 Deadline for entries
Jan. 25 All entrants notified by email. Check MFA website or contact MFA if you do not receive notice.
Feb. 15 First day of exhibition
March. 31 Last day of exhibition



MFA’s Online Sales Gallery is provided to North American artists to sell their work. Artists in other regions may submit work for jurying – but work should be marked POR and any request will be forwarded from MFA to the artist. MFA retains a 20% commission (15% for members) on any work sold through MFA. Artists will be responsible for the fulfillment of sales. MFA will reimburse appropriate shipping costs.