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May Exhibit Joan Menard: Nostalgia

Joan's acrylic and graphite explorations of days gone by are up until May 25. 

Member's Exhibit: GREEN

 

Coming in June: 

Annual Anniversary Member's Judged Exhibit: 

 Annual Anniversary Member’s Judged Show June 2-July 28  All members are encouraged to participate in our annual summer exhibit showcasing the talents of our amazing member artists!  You may bring one or two pieces for the show.  There is an entry fee to exhibit in this show: one piece is $15 or two are $25*. All work must be ready to hang or able to stand freely on its own.  There is no size limit, but please let us know if you are planning on bringing something bigger than 24x36. There is no theme, and all media are encouraged to apply.  This show is tons of fun, and the more participation we have, the more fun for everyone!    *This is the only exhibit that requires a fee for artists to enter. The money pays a small judge’s stipend and the balance is awarded to the winning artists! Prizes will be top three, several honorable mentions, and the Penny Cabell Memorial Watercolor Award. This year’s judge is Leah Stoddard. Stoddard has a MA in art history/criticism from the State University of New York, Stony Brook, and a BA in art history from Carleton College, MN. She currently is an independent curator and artist advisor based in Charlottesville.   

Annual Anniversary Member’s Judged Show
June 2-July 28

All members are encouraged to participate in our annual summer exhibit showcasing the talents of our amazing member artists! 
You may bring one or two pieces for the show. 
There is an entry fee to exhibit in this show: one piece is $15 or two are $25*.
All work must be ready to hang or able to stand freely on its own. 
There is no size limit, but please let us know if you are planning on bringing something bigger than 24x36.
There is no theme, and all media are encouraged to apply. 
This show is tons of fun, and the more participation we have, the more fun for everyone! 
 
*This is the only exhibit that requires a fee for artists to enter. The money pays a small judge’s stipend and the balance is awarded to the winning artists! Prizes will be top three, several honorable mentions, and the Penny Cabell Memorial Watercolor Award. This year’s judge is Leah Stoddard. Stoddard has a MA in art history/criticism from the State University of New York, Stony Brook, and a BA in art history from Carleton College, MN. She currently is an independent curator and artist advisor based in Charlottesville.