Nouveau Art

What is Nouveau Art?

Nouveau Art  is a themed, juried show, occurring every two months, except for February, which is the Nassau County Student Show, and March, the IAA member show. It is displayed in the South Hall as a separate show from the exhibiting art in the IAA Gallery.  Any artist may submit 2 pieces per show. The fee for members to enter is $15 for one piece and $25 for 2.  For non IAA members, the cost is $25 per entry. Prize money is awarded for Best of Show and first, second, and third places. A reception is held on the evening of the downtown Artwalk, which is monthly on the second Saturday evening.

“New” artwork is submitted by Island Art Association (IAA) members and other community artists and citizens for five juried themed shows each year. This gives all artists the opportunity to display and sell accepted artwork in the gallery for a period of two months.

The Nouveau Art Show promotes the arts in Nassau County by allowing more artists to show their work in the art gallery, by inspiring artists, and by insuring a continuous flow of NEW artwork for the public to appreciate.  Nouveau Art shows began in 2004 when IAA received funding for that year from the Community Foundation for Northeast Florida.

The Next Show:  April/May 2018 – “People”;  Chair – Jim McKinney

 Congratulations to the Winners of the March Member Show, “A Splash of Color”

Best in Show – Oliver Rodums – “Unhinged”, Photography

First Place – Suzanne Binnie – “Tropicana”, Acrylic

Second Place – Georganna Mullis – “Watery Palm”, Ink

Third Place – Lis Krawiecki – “Splash #1”, Ceramic

Honorable Mentions

Pam Bennett,  Julie Delfs,  Sharon Haffey,  Rinico Ramos,  Karen Trowbridge

Images of the winning artists and paintings can also be seen on our
Facebook Page at The Island Art Association

Download our Nouveau Art Entry Form

*The Island Art Association, a philanthropic organization, sponsors and hosts a Student Art Show, every year open to all art students of the Nassau County high schools.  In addition to the show, the Island Art Association provides funds for art supplies to the country high schools.