The Spring show was held on May 5th, 6th, and 7th.
Before we get to the photographs, here are the award winners:
|Joyce Wood||Beech Swing||Watercolor|
|Susan Manning O'Briant||Portrait of Kitri||Oil|
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||Judy Greulich||White goose|
|Oil 2nd Prize||Susan Manning O'Briant||October Afternoon|
|Oil 3rd Prize||Nancy Freeman||In Full Bloom|
|Watercolor 1st Prize||Tom Sutherland||City Light and Shadow|
|Watercolor 2nd Prize||Donald Fox||St. Mark's Square|
|Watercolor 3rd Prize||Jeannette Corbett||Captain Lindsey Bed and Bath|
|Acrylic 1st Prize||Joe Lecesse||Amalfi Lunch|
|Acrylic 2nd Prize||Trisha Kurdzionak||The Artist's House|
|Acrylic 3rd Prize||Robert Cyr||Season's End|
|Photograpy 1st Prize||Barrett S. Bacall||Rail Red|
|Photograpy 2nd Prize||Robert Pyle||Chapter House|
|Photograpy 3rd Prize||Peter Engeldrum||Retirement #1|
|Mixed Media 1st Prize||Karla Quatrocchi||Glass House|
|Mixed Media 2nd Prize||Ingeborg Burggraf||Petal Aquatics No. 2|
|Mixed Media 3rd Prize||Carol Schena||Wire|
|Awards of Merit||Florence Como||Ristorante Rialto (acrylic)|
|Awards of Merit||Nancy Freeman||Rockport (oil)|
|Awards of Merit||Fran Nola||Border (acrylic)|
|Awards of Merit||Carolyn Latanisian||Coke Oven Shut-Down (w.c.)|
|Awards of Merit||Robert Gardner||Winter Reless (photo)|
|Awards of Merit||Carol Schena||Swan (wire)|
Here are the photos of the event in case you could not make it there in person. To see a larger version of a photo, just click on it and then use the Back button on your browser to come back to this page.
There was lots of traffic in the entry way.
The mini art sale was busy.
Other parts of the room were busy too.
The stage this year was set with paintings done by the grandchildren of the chairs and artists.
And here are the first prize winners in the various categories.
And, of course, the music was provided by Lucinda.
Here are the bios of the judges.
Dennis Cheaney studied at the Ecole Albert Defois in France, The Art Students League of New York, The Water Street Atelier (New York), and received his MFA from the New York Academy of Art where he was an Andy Warhol Foundation scholar.
In 2003, he established the New England Realist Art Center in Boston
where he serves as the principal instructor of drawing and painting.
Primarily an oil painter, he is a member of the Copely Society of Boston and is represented by The Birgham Galleries, Nantucket and the Earls Court Gallery, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Kelly Carmody studied painting at The Massachusetts College of Art and later received her B.A. from the University of Massachusetts, Boston. Her interest in the Old Masters, specifically the Northern Renaissance painters, led her to study Renaissance painting techniques and egg tempera both independently and in workshops and classes. Introduced to the teachings of Numael Pulido, Ms. Carmody spent two seasons studying classical painting and design in his studio.
Kelly's work has been shown at Stel's on Newbury Street, Boston, where she recently had a solo show. She is a member of the Fort Point Art Community where she participates in Open Studios. Primarily a portrait painter, her portrait work as well as her miniature gouache paintings, watercolors, and murals are included in private collections throughout New England.