Natalie Featherston selected as finalist in the 14th International Art Renewal Center Salon Competition
November 4, 2019
Realist painter Natalie Featherston, had two pieces selected as finalists in the 14th International Art Renewal Center Salon Competition. She was also chosen as a Rehys Contemporary Award winner, one of only 6 artists who were chosen out of roughly 1,500 artists.
About the competition: The ARC also runs the ARC Salon Competition, which is the largest and most prestigious competition in the world for realist artists painting, sculpting and drawing today with eleven categories and thousands of works competing, culminating in a traveling live exhibition of many of the winning works. The ARC works with other ARC Allied Organizations, artist groups, museums, and publications to become a central news hub for the 21st Century Representational Art Movement.
Natalie was also invited to be in a show at the John F. Peto Museum. Peto was a famous turn of the century trompe l'oeil artist and lived in NJ, where his house was turned into a museum.
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