DAMARISCOTTA — River Arts, 36 Elm St., calls to artists for the summertime show “Land and Sea.” Members and non-members may submit one piece for consideration from now until the deadline Saturday, July 23, at 4 p.m. Artist Eric Glass will serve as juror for this show.

A lifelong Maine resident who grew up in Freeport, Glass began painting at the age of 10. He earned a BFA from Maine College of Art with a major in painting. In addition to his work in oil and watercolor, Glass has also done sign painting, decoy painting, screen printing, woodworking, illustration and picture frame restoration. He has taught painting privately and in community eduction programs, and has assisted in painting workshops with Michael Vermette. Glass has been featured in many exhibits and art auctions over the years. For more information, visit ericeglass.com.

Artists may enter one piece with a size limit of 42 inches (in any direction) including frame. “Land and Sea” is open to personal interpretation by the artists and may include realistic as well as abstract works. Mediums included, but not limited to, are painting, sculpture, fiber, photography, ceramics, original print making, drawing, encaustic and pastel. The accepted list of artists will be posted on the River Arts’ website and Facebook page by Wednesday, July 27.

The exhibition runs from July 26 until Sept. 3. There will be a public reception Saturday, July 30, from 2 to 4 p.m. Regular gallery hours are Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information and complete submission guidelines, visit riverartsme.org or call (207) 563-6868.