Arts & Crafts

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Chairperson -Angela Keller 401-4129

1. All exhibits to be places on Thursday, July 25, 2018 from 2-4pm and 7-9pm.
2. Judging will commence at 9am on Friday, July 26, 2018.
3. All exhibits in this class must be the bona fide work of the exhibitor, name must be covered.
4. In case of no competition, the judge is instructed to with hold prize unless exhibit is worthy.
5. All art work should be framed or suitable to hang.
6. Judges are authorized to discard all soiled, defaced or old work and instructed to award prizes to the new and up to date work.
7. No item may be shown more than twice at this fair.
8.Heritage  hall will be closed between 4:30pm and 5pm, No one but the committees of Heritage hall are permitted in the hall at this time.
9. Entries are to be picked up between the hours of 5 and 6pm sharp on Sunday July 30, 2017.

Class 35A

Prize Money: $4, $3, $2

1A. New Exhibitors ONLY – any subject, any fine art medium
1. Landscape in oil-framed
2. Folkart, collage
3. Sea Scape oil or acrylic
4. Celebrating 160 years of the Beachburg Fair, Not computer generated, any medium / method.
5. Flower/flowers, oil or acrylic
6.Portrait of a person/people in oil
7. Any subject, water-colour
8. Amimal/animals, any medium, not computer generated
9. Aboriginal Art in oil or acrylic
10.a) Any subject, acrylic

10 b). Any subject – acrylic, done in a paint class.
11. Charcoal drawing, any subject                                                                                                                                                                                                                   12. Lead pencil drawing, any subject-mounted                                                                                                                                                                                            13. Open class-subject and medium not mentioned above, please label what method and medium.

Special ~ Judges Choice: Judge will choose a grand prize winner out of all the first prize winners from sections 1-13. Prize money and donor to be announced later.

Junior Art – 16 Years and Under

Entry Fee exempt for sections 12-15.
Please put your age on back of entry tag. Name to be covered.
Art to be mounted on Bristol board or construction paper.
No glass or frames will be accepted.

14. Any subject in pastel
15. Any subject in traditional watercolour
16. Any subject using acrylic paint
17 Any subject- pencil drawing                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 18. Any subject paper mosaic

Class 35B

Prize Money: $4, $3, $2
“Christmas in July”

19. A christmas article- Decorative painting
20. Christmas card, hand made
21. Ceramic, Christmas decoration
22. Window Art / décor
23. Christmas tree ornaments – 2 each of two types, displayed in a box

“160 years of Beachburg Fair”

24. Quilted wall hanging
25. Sign – hand painted
26. Table center   piece                                                                                                                                                                                                                             27. Photo of the Fair in the past – dated & framed

“Bundle of Joy”

28. Baby door decor
29. Interactive hand made stuffed toy
30. Night light
31. Mobile for baby’s room

“My Creative Side”

32. Book mark
33.An article made of silly bands or elastics
34. Decorative wind chime
35.  An article of Modge Podge                                                                                                                                                                                                             36.Article of loom beading
37. Something made from  polymer clay.
38. Adult colouring page
39. A gift basket for the 160th Beachburg Fair
40. “I Made it!” ingenious recycling
41. Article made from duct tape
42. Craft using a mason jar
43. Decorated clock
44. Wood working item small

“Decorative Painting”

45. Decorative painting on tin or wood- your choice.                                                                                                                                                                   46.Decorative painting on something unique                                                                                                                                                                                             47. Decorative painted item suitable for a child’s room

“Winter Fun”

48. A craft using burlap
49. A wreath for outdoors
50. A Welcome sign; not for hanging
51. Any other winter themed  craft or item

“ Papier Tole”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Prize Money: $10, $7, $5

52. Papier tole ~ Flowers
53. Papier tole ~ Scenery
54. Papier tole ~ Animals and/or Birds

Special Judge’s Choice: in sections 19-54– Prize money and donor to be announced

Class 35C

Prize Money: $4, $3, $2
Theme:Celebrating 150th Birthday of Canada
55. A hand made card
56. A door decoration
57. A decorated flower pot
58. Papier tole picture – that emulates the theme
59. A snapshot or picture suitably framed,  From the past celebrating Canada’s Heritage
60. A crafted item
61. Tole painting – as per theme
62. A floral arrangement use of props permitted
63. Quilted pillow
64. Penmanship; “O’Canada”   provided below

Most Points in class 35C (55-64) $10


Open Class 35 D

63. Any item not listed in preceding classes that has been hand crafted


Oh Canada!

Our home and native land

true patriot love

in all our sons command

with glowing heart we see thee rise

The true North strong and free

from far and wide, Oh Canada

we sand on guard for thee

God keep our land

glorious and free

Oh Canada

we stand on guard for thee


We stand on guard for thee.