hotel in san diegoThe 39th Annual California Open Wildlife Art Festival and Decoy Carvers Competition will take place on February 11 & 12, 2012 from 9:30 am to 4:00 pm at the McMillan Event Center in beautiful San Diego, CA. California Open Wildlife Art Festival will feature more than 150 artists and carvers, many of whom will compete for ribbons. Artists and wood carvers from the United States, Canada and Japan will showcase their work. Featured work will include the traditional hunting decoy, considered an American art form. Carvers are encouraged to freely express themselves and not be limited by rules. In an effort to simplify the rules and encourage competition, yet still attempt to honor the spirit of the classic working decoy. This festival is organized by Pacific Southwest Wildlife Art. The PSWA has taylored the event and rules to be as follows:
  • Enter what you have made and use for hunting.
  • Decoys must self right and have a means of anchor attachment.
  • Judges will emphasize simplicity and field markings.
Other than 1st, 2nd and 3rd BOS, all other entries will be available for sale to the public for $175. These carvers will receive $150 and PSWA will retain $25.00. If you are planning to attend the California Open Wildlife Art Festival in San Diego, check out California Suites Hotel. California Suites Hotel is the leading budget hotel in San Diego which offers unbeatable rates for all the its facilities to make guests feel at home. Enjoy the heated outdoor swimming pool and spa tub, continental breakfast, laundry facilities and well furnished rooms equipped with microwave, Internet access, refrigerator and more. During winters when most of the regions become unbearably cold, San Diego offers a respite from chilly cold and gives you a wonderful opportunity to run along the beautiful route and enjoy the lovely views of the coastline. Come, be a part of it! Source: www.pswa.net/ www.iwfca.com/ Photo Courtesy: zvents.com
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