Alumni Commemorative Wine Competition - Deadline for submission January 14, 2015
The submitting artist will provide:
- Two images of artwork to be featured on the front labels one for the white wine and the other for the red wine
- A brief biography of the artist to be included on the back wine label
Marketing of the wine includes:
- Internal promotion to UFV staff including Senior Administrations, Board of Governors, UFV Senate, UFV Alumni Association
- Wine featured at UFV events
- Promotion to more than 13,000 alumni through the UFV Alumni website, monthly enewsletter, and university magazine “Skookum”
Criteria for submission:
- Submit digital reproductions of artwork by UFV, UCFV or Fraser Valley College
- Preference will be given to an alumnus of the Graphic Design or Visual/Fine Arts program or to alumni who are employed in the field
- Artist agrees to allow UFV to crop digital image of artwork, should this be necessary for designing the wine label
For the history and more details
About the UFV Alumni Association Commemorative Wine
The Commemorative Wine series promotes awareness of the Alumni Association and raises funds which contribute to student scholarships, while showcasing the talents of UFV alumni artists.
As we enter the 11th year of the program we are delighted to be renewing our partnership with Chaberton Estate Winery of Langley, and also mark the occasion of UFV's 40th Anniversary with a special edition commemorative wine.
The Commemorative Wine is purchased as graduation gifts, memorabilia, prizes, and for the enjoyment by UFV faculty, staff, and at community gatherings. To download an order form, go to ufv.ca/alumniwine
View past labels:
The Alumni Commemorative Wine artist 2014 - Fiona Moes Pel BFA '10
The Alumni Association is delighted to announce that Fiona Moes Pel is the winner of the 2014 Commemorative Wine artists competition.
Fiona's vivid art work has been rendered onto the 2014 Commemorative Wine labels.
About the Artist: Fiona Moes Pel
Fiona was born and raised in greater Vancouver, British Columbia where she developed a deep love for trees, mountains, and people. Her multi-media approach to creating results in work with both physical and conceptual depth. She currently lives with her husband in East Vancouver, teaches art to high schoolers, and works on personal and commissioned art projects. Her work has been exhibited, collected, and published both locally and abroad.
About the Art
These pieces are part of my most recent series entitled (un)veiled. These works are a tribute to the specific horizon lines that define our sense of place here in British Columbia. The images play with the shapes of both the permanent physical mass and temporary forms of the snow and trees that exist within them.
Bakerview (2013) Cut paper
Golden Ears (2013) Cut paper
Beside Blackcomb (2013) Cut paper on copper
More images from the series can be seen on Fiona's website www.fionamoes.com.
The Alumni Commemorative Wine artist 2013 - Anne Franklin BFA '11
The Alumni Association is delighted to announce that Anne Franklin is the winner of the 2013 Commemorative Wine artists competition.
Anne's vivid art work has been rendered onto the 2013 Commemorative Wine labels.
About the Artist: Anne Franklin
Anne has been drawing and painting since she was a child, and has always found herself drawn to the natural beauty of the west coast of British Columbia. Working mainly in acrylics, using jewel tones and flowing lines, she paints the beauty she sees in the forests, islands, seascapes and changing skies of the land she loves. She graduated from UFV with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2012, with a focus on painting.
About the Art
Vivid colours and flowing forms expressively illustrate the beauty of the Pacific Northwest and the artist's personal ties to the land and sea. These works are a powerful yet intimate expression of the peace found in the wilderness, the sense of belonging to a place, and the concept of home.
To view more of Anne's work click here.
The Alumni Commemorative Wine artist 2012 - Haley Smith BFA '10
The Alumni Association is delighted to announce that Haley Smith is the winner of the 2012 Commemorative Wine artists competition.
Haley's striking art work has been rendered onto the 2011 Commemorative Wine labels.
About the Artist: Haley Smith
Haley Smith is an illustrator and designer from Chilliwack and holds both a Diploma and Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the University of the Fraser Valley. Haley has won numerous awards for her work in graphic design, most recently with Coup d'État Theatre at the 2011 Fraser Valley Zone Festival. Her work exhibits a variety of stories and experiences, enticing the viewer into bright colours and the movement of action. In creating her art, Haley enjoys focusing on painting as one of her greatest relaxation methods. Click here to view more of Haley's work.
About the Art
Iridescence (Series of two paintings)
With an emphasis on design and aesthetics, Iridescence explores abstract expression in its most simplest of forms ‐ the change of colour as the angle of view or the angle of illumination changes. The viewer is drawn into a chaotic, but crisp and clean composition; a feel for each stroke of the brush is accented with plays of light and hue.