The Spring show was held on May 13, 14, and 15. Your webmaster was out of town for the show, but thanks to Bud Knox we have some photos of the event.
Before we get to the photographs, here are the award winners:
|Carolyn Latanision||Skating on the Frog Pond||Watercolor|
|Bob Cyr||Early Thaw||Acrylic|
The other awards were given this year grouped by media. There was a First, Second, and Third prize given in each medium. Here are the results:
|Oil 1st Prize||Bruce Welsh||Untitled #2|
|Oil 2nd Prize||Susan Manning O'Briant||Copper Pot & Fruit|
|Oil 3rd Prize||Nancy Freeman||Birches, Vermont|
|Watercolor 1st Prize||Joyce Wood||Autumn Day|
|Watercolor 2nd Prize||Tom Sutherland||Galieria Emanuel - Milan|
|Watercolor 3rd Prize||Donald Fox||Venice Canal|
|Acrylic 1st Prize||Florence Como||Suddenly Last Summer|
|Acrylic 2nd Prize||Fran Nola||Sunflowers|
|Acrylic 3rd Prize||W. Marty Marshall||Beached Backhoe|
|Photograpy 1st Prize||John Troughton||Lady|
|Photograpy 2nd Prize||Barrett Bacall||Marshall Point Light|
|Photograpy 3rd Prize||Sue Bryant-Conley||Bryce at Sunset|
|Pastel 1st Prize||Charles J. McCarthy||Cellar Dwellers|
|Pastel 2nd Prize||Ruth Wierenga||Floral with Teacup & Mango|
|Pastel 3rd Prize||Jean Allen||Gully Full of Trees|
|Mixed Media 1st Prize||Ginger Greenblatt||Lou|
|Mixed Media 2nd Prize||Ingeborg Burggraf||Petal Palace|
|Mixed Media 3rd Prize||Jean Allen||Rooted in Stone|
|Honorable Mention||Nancy Freeman||Autumn in Vermont|
|Honorable Mention||Judy Greulich||Autumn Pond|
|Honorable Mention||Ginger Greenblatt||A Dream of Freud|
|Honorable Mention||Donald Fox||Rockport Glory|
|Honorable Mention||Lorraine O'Brien||Winter in Vermont|
|Honorable Mention||Christine Fentross Loomis||Odd Man In|
|Honorable Mention||Charles J. McCarthy||Sugar Daddy|
|Honorable Mention||David Mitchell||Green Winged Teal|
|Honorable Mention||Robert Pyle||Doors, Ft. Warren|
|Honorable Mention||Joe Leto||Annabel Lee|
Congratulations to the winners. Also, congratulations to the winners of the raffles:
Now, on to the photographs. These images are small for faster loading of the web page. To view any of the images in a larger format, click on the image. Then use the Back button on your browser to come back to this page.
Photos by Bud Knox.
Here is a photo of the stage.
Lots of paintings to look at.
The small art sale had quite a selection.
Best of Show Award went to Carolyn Latanision.
The Popular Award went to Bob Cyr.
Here is a montage of the first place winners.
And, of course, the music was provided by Lucinda.
1094 Bedford Road
Carlisle, MA 01741
Maris Platais, a New Englander born in Latvia, graduated from Tufts University and the Boston Museum School. He teaches at the Lexington Painters Guild, lectures and demonstrates across the Northeast, and has juried shows for many organizations, including the New England and Rhode Island Watercolor Societies. Nature, sea and land provide inspiration and subject matter for his plein air and studio work. His beautiful paintings and pen and ink drawings have won innumerable awards and are exhibited nationally and internationally. He is a member of the Guild of Boston Artists, the Academic Artists Assn, the American Society of Marine Artists and the Concord Art Association, where he has served as President.
1180 Middlesex Street
Lowell, MA 01851
Tom Gill studied art and painting at the Art Institute of Boston where he developed his colorful and expressive painting style. A professional artist, Tom currently works out of his Lowell studio and also teaches his unique style of figurative acrylic painting through demonstrations at local art associations across New England. His work is shown in galleries such as Francesca Anderson Fine Arts, the Brush Gallery, The State of the Art Gallery and the North Shore Art Association. His paintings have won numerous awards, including a recent award for his entry in the Contributing Members exhibit at the Rockport Art Association.
5 Acton Street
Carlisle, MA 01741
DAnn @ BrownriggGallery.com
D'Ann Brownrigg is a watercolorist from Carlisle, MA., whose expressive and richly colorful paintings emphasize the personality of her subject matter, whether it be birds, florals, still life or other diverse subjects . She teaches watercolor painting at Lexington Arts and Crafts, where she will also demonstrate in May. D'Ann routinely exhibits her work there, as well as at the Concord Art Association, and North Shore Art Association. She has participated in New England Watercolor Society shows, and has scheduled upcoming solo shows at the Concord Council on Aging, and the Carlisle Library.