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class number should be printed on the back of the
exhibit. The club Scavenger Hunt exhibit must be en-
tered under the club name and have the names of all
club members participating listed on the back.
Fill in blank in class number (_) with the correspon-
ding number for Junior, Intermediate, or Senior
4 Club (for Scavenger Hunt class only)
241 100 01_ Landscape - single image featuring
an expanse of scenery (layout and features of land or
water); could include
seascapes, day or night scenes.
241 100 02_ People - single image featuring a
person or people in formal or informal settings.
241 100 03_ Animals - single image featuring one
or more animals.
241 100 04_ Plants - single image featuring
plants, flowers, leaves, trees, etc.
241 100 05_ Architectural single image featuring
man-made structures such as buildings, bridges, etc.
No sculptures or garden art.
241 100 06_ Other interesting subject - single
image featuring subjects of interest that do not fit in
the above classes.
241 100 07_ Texture - single image featuring the
texture(s) of an object or subject, with emphasis on
use of light, angle, and composition.
241 100 08_ Still Life - single image featuring an
arrangement of objects (incapable of movement on
their own) which are arranged byu the photographer,
with emphasis on the use of lighting and composi-
241 100 09_ Action / Movement - single image
capturing a subject that is in motion.
241 100 10_ Panoramic - single image of any sub-
ject, produced in panoramic format either in the
camera or by cropping, where the panoramic ratio
adds to the effect of the image.
241 100 11_ Series or Story - multiple print
images (maximum 20) of any size or shape that
depict a series (several images on one topic) or tell a
story (showing several steps of an event or activity)
mounted on one story board not to
exceed 16” x 20”. Captions are optional. Photo
album pages or memory book pages are not allowed.
241 100 12_ Creative process - single image that
has been changed or altered through either film or
digital processing or printing techniques; Includes
computer enhancement beyond basic corrections of
cropping, color and brightness
rection, and red eye removal. Exhibit must show both
the original image and the final image. Must include
an explanation of the creative techniques used.
241 100 13_ Special effects - single image show-
ing a special effect achieved with the camera during
the capture of the image.
angle, light, subject placement, filters, focus alter-
ations, etc. Must include an explanation of the special
effect techniques used.
241 100 14_ Darkroom Skills - single image pro-
duced by the member using a darkroom and develop-
ing or printing techniques (not computer manipula-
tion). Must include an explanation of the techniques
241 100 16_ Creative uses - one item showing the
use or display of images in a creative manner.
Images and the item must be the work of the
member. Possibilities include: transfer to fabric, stat-
uettes, 3-D display, note cards, page from photo
album or memory book, etc.
241 100 17_ Scavenger Hunt - select and mount
the required number of images (any size photo; one
image per subject or technique; must not exceed 16”
x 20” mount). Images should demonstrate the
chosen subjects or techniques from the list below.
Label each image with the represented subject or
technique. Select from these possibilities:
241 100 18_ Selfie (or Self Portrait) - single
image of the photogrpaher made by the photogra-
pher. May include others in the photo. Photo should
“memorialize” a time and or place for the photogra-
pher and an explanation MUST be included on the
Subjects: water, color, light, shadow, texture,
seasons, shapes, night, emotion, motion
Techniques: depth of field, forced, perspective,
Junior - select 4 different subjects or
Intermediate - select 6 different subjects or
Senior - select 8 different subjects or
Club (two or more members) - select 8 or
more different subjects or techniques
Members may enter up to three classes in Original
Art and up to three classes in Non-Original Art, no
more than one entry per class number. Art has two
divisions based on whether the entry is entirely origi-
nal or includes components that have been designed
or created by others. In both divisions, the member
will be expected to create their work by applying the
elements and principles of design.
Artwork may not be framed with the exception of
work done with chalks, charcoals, or pastels. If work
done with chalks, charcoals or pastels is framed, light
weight frames with plastic rather than glass should be
used for protection during display. No glass is al-
Artwork is to be mounted for display, including jew-
elry. All jewelry exhibits must be mounted in some
way to a board or fabric covered board for display.
Backing or mounting of artwork is strongly encour-
aged, if appropriate. Matting, spray fixatives and /or
over wrap with plastic are acceptable for protection of
the artwork. If an item is meant to hang, a hanger that
will support the weight of the item must be securely
attached. Adhesive plastic hangers are encouraged to
protect other artwork. They may be available through
county Extension offices.
All items made from clay (except modeling clay)
must be exhibited in the Ceramics and Pottery divi-
All work done on an item that is wearable clothing or
accessory must be exhibited in a Wearable Art cate-
Exhibits should not contain parts that expose the
public or volunteers to injury (i.e. sharp edges or
Exhibits are entered and displayed at the risk of the
exhibitors, see rule 12 under General 4-H Information
In addition to the exhibit tag, each piece of an ex-
hibit must be labeled on the back or bottom with the
member’s name, county, and exhibit class number.
Exhibits that have more than one piece need to be tied
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together or connected together in some way so the
pieces can be considered as one exhibit.
To qualify for judging, a fully completed 4-H Art
Exhibit Explanation Card (new 2014) must be at-
tached. Forms are available at the county extension
office and on the State 4-H website
Public display of exhibits will be at the discretion of 4-
All work done on an item that is wearable clothing
or accessory must be exhibited in a Wearable Art
Note: Fill in blank in class number (_) with corre-
sponding number for Junior, Intermediate, or
Member applies the elements and principles of design
to create work that is entirely their own.
Drawing and Sketching
231 100 01_ Line drawing - original work using
line technique with any drawing medium that can
make a distinct line. Medium examples might include
pencil, colored pencil, scratch art, pen & ink, felt tip.
231 100 02_ Shaded drawing - original work using
shading technique with any drawing medium.
Medium examples might include charcoal, pencil, and
231 100 03_ Line and Shaded Combination draw-
ing - original work using a combination of line and
231 100 04_ Watercolor, Tempera, or Other Water
Media - original painting using a water media (identify
231 100 05_ Acrylic painting - original work using
acrylic paint media
231 100 06_ Oil painting - original work using oil
231 100 18_ Pastels - original work using pastel
Print Making or Stenciling
231 100 07_ Print or Stencil - original work using
print making or stenciling techniques with a design
created by the member (Use of purchased commer-
cial stencils is not appropriate.)
Collage or Mosaic
231 100 08_ Collage or Mosaic - original work
using collage or mosaic techniques with a design cre-
ated by the member. Media might include paper, tile,
wood, glass, seeds, etc.
Dyeing and Marbling
231 100 09_ Dyeing and Marbling - original work
using marbling or dyeing techniques such as batik or
Other Two Dimensional Work
231 100 10_ Other Two Dimensional Work - origi-
nal two-dimensional work using techniques
other than those listed for classes above.
Examples might include cut paper or calligraphy.