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113th Annual Juried Exhibition

July 1  - August 9, 2024

Darryl Z. Oates
Rebecca in the Green House (detail)
112th Annual Exhibition

IMPORTANT DATES

Submissions

Saturday, March 30 - Saturday, May 4

Results Posted

Friday, May 31, at the latest

Deadline for Shipped Works to be Received

Wednesday, June 19

Accepted Drop-Off

Saturday, June 22: 10am - 12pm
Monday, June 24: 10am - 12pm
Slater Memorial Museum

Exhibition

Monday, July 1 - Friday, August 9
Monday, Wednesday - Saturday
10am - 4pm

Opening Reception

Thursday, July 11
5 - 7pm
Slater Memorial Museum

End of Show Pickup

Saturday, August 10: 10am - 12pm
Monday, August 12: 10am - 12pm
Slater Memorial Museum

ACCEPTED WORKS

Best of Show

Darryl Z. Oates

Blue Skies

Second Place

Janvier Miller

Vessel – Blue and Yellow

Painting

Scott Rhoades

The Homestead Field

Drawing

Patricia Schappler

Queen

Sculpture

Randall Nelson

Tree Hugger

Mixed Media

James C. Varnum

Untwining

Ceramics

Ann N. Scavone

Orange Spirit House

Honorable Mention

Gustaf Miller

Ship Karolina

Honorable Mention

Carmen Schaefer

The Last Happy Day

Honorable Mention

Garnet Wrigley

Wolf Moon, Rising

Third Place

Pamela Redick

Deep Woods

Photography

Glen Kapostas

Mystic

Graphics

Kraig Binkowski

New Haven Evening

Honorable Mention

Bob Perkowski

Under Wraps

A

G

R

F

O

 

Lisa Lyman Adams

Jack the Lad

Quimper Garland

Marguerite Alpert

Exhale

Frilled

B

 

Marcia Babler

Ghost Commute

Walking Away

Del-Bourree Bach

Fourth of July

Patt Baldino

Backyard Beauty

Nest, Eggs and Feather

Jillian Barber

Green Dragon

Diane Dauz Bassin

Beneath the Blue

Shirley Bernstein

Golden Glow

Barbara Biben

Abstract on Golden Pond

Kraig Binkowski

New Haven Evening

Kelly Birkenruth

Beacon in the Storm

Shelby Bonomo

MEL

Nancy Breakstone

The Island Barbeque Begins

Jill Abele Butcher

Full Moon Rising

 

Candice Flewharty

Caught Looking in Line

Kathryn Frederick

Timothy

Merrill French

E. 70th St. and Lexington Ave.

 

Gilles Giuntini

Philanderer's Carpet

Zvi Goldman

Sorrow

 

Martin O'Toole

Tall Grass

Darryl Z. Oates

Blue Skies

P

 

Susan Parish

Hayfield, Church

Bob Perkowski

Two Coats (Under Wraps 2)

Under Wraps

Deborah W. Perlman

Within #2

Jacqueline L. Phillips

Farmer's Field

Gregory Presley

Procession Ready

H

 

Eddie Hall

Incandescent

Ardie Harrison

The Crossing

Samantha Hayslett

It Will Be but a Moment

Lisa Helene

I Hope You Dance

Kate Henderson

The Ones We Lost

David Hinchen

Downtown Provincetown

Renée Hughes

Recalibrate

Underlying Thoughts

 

John Redick

On the Water

Quiet Morning

Pamela Redick

Deep Woods

Summertime

Scott Rhoades

Looking In

The Homestead Field

Olivia Ann Rolston

Twist of Fate

Soteris Sam Roussi

The Obvious Place to Start

C

 

Diane L. Cadrain

Fence Creek

Sundown Dazzle II

Patricia Carrigan

Listening Cap

Todd M. Casey

Acorn Squash on a Silver Bowl

Michael Centrella

Luis Con Los Alcatraces

Ursula Coccomo

Morning Glow

Sharon Coffin

Shipping Containers, Boston Harbor

Nina Conolly

Connecticut Landscape

Cynthia Y. Cooper

Dragonfly 14 (Enthusiastic Ascent)

Michael Corthell

Pier

D

 

Nathan Danieluk

Yellow Tree with Irises by a Path in the Wood

Anthony P. DeAngelis II

Is This All You See When You Look At Me?
Venezia Di Notte

Stephen Delaney

Street Scene, Boston

Dana DiMuro

Oh Ma Cherie

Marion Kyff Dodd

Colors of Change

Migration

Carol Dunn

Dune Pathway

J

 

Nils P. Johnson, Jr.

Almost Gone

K

 

Glen Kapostas

Mystic

Nadia Klionsky

Lightness of Being

Peter Knapp

... Before The Beyond

L

 

Marny Lawton

Water's Edge

Janet Leombruni

Beach Blanket Bingo

Escape From the Allegory of the Cave

Gigi Horr Liverant

Neighborhood Morning

Robert Loebell

Timeline

Karleen Loughran

Cyclamen

George Lowell

Cat Hollow 10.7

E

 

Eileen Eder

Interlocking Tower

Spring, Grassy Hill Road

Margaret Emond

Sail on Through

Andrew Engel

Abandoned Boats, City Island, NY

Paul Essenfeld

Butts N Feet

M

 

Donna L. Martell

Fishing

Judith Meyers

On the Ebb

Eleanor Miller

Essence of Meadow

Gustaf Miller

Ship Karolina

Janvier Miller

Vessel - Blue and Yellow

Sue Mullaney

Each One Is a Setting Sun

N

 

Randall Nelson

Anteater

Tree Hugger

Scott T. Niemi

Stream in Fall

Stewart Nodelman

Madison

S

 

Deborah Sacks

Odalisque

Ann N. Scavone

Orange Spirit House

Carmen Schaefer

Self Portrait in Studio

The Last Happy Day

Patricia Schappler

Queen

Hillary Steiner Seltzer

(When Life Hands You Lemons) Make Lemonade

Blanche Serban

Resilience (Wildflowers)

Anna D. Shaw

Dreams of Glory #6

Susan Shaw

Heritage Trail

Eugene Shcherba

By the Sea

Patricia Shoemaker

Crimson Dunes

Gabrielle Simmons

Garage View

William Simpson

A New Day

Michele Sinkez

Convergence

Phyllis Small

Banned

Late Night

Lucia Sokol

Stonington Harbor

John C. Starinovich

The Grotto

Thomas Stella

Indigo Head

Wendy Stone

Labor Day Weekend #2

The Hug

T

 

Meg Tweedy

No Going Back

V

 

Susan Valentine

Sweet Potato Vine

James C. Varnum

Core

Untwining

W

 

June P. Webster

American Idyll

Nancy Whitcher

Landscape Untitled #15

Spring

Karin Forde Whittemore

Stolen Princess

Garnet Wrigley

Wolf Moon, Rising

Z

 

Kathleen Zimmerman

Yin Yang - China

JURORS

Sean Flood

Sean Flood (b.1982, MA) received his BFA in Fine Arts from The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University in 2005. Since then, Flood has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions and has received multiple grants, awards, residencies, and commissions. His work is in numerous public and corporate collections and many private collections internationally. Flood currently splits his time between his New York City and Boston studios. He continues to work fluidly between painting, printmaking, and drawing, paying particular attention to how the atmosphere, texture, and mark-making come together throughout the different media. Flood’s work primarily focuses on a rapidly changing urban environment. Through mark-making, he strives to demonstrate the continuous energy and constant interactions he observes in the city. 

Melanie McGraw

Melanie McGraw is a New England based painter living on Cape Cod and along the Midcoast of Maine. Her work has been exhibited nationally and in New York, Boston and San Francisco and is in private and corporate collections throughout the United States and Europe.

Her paintings have been included in numerous exhibitions including The Butler Institute of American Art, The Provincetown Art Association and Museum, The Copley Society of Art, The Sonoma Museum of Visual Art, The Salmagundi Club, The Bolinas Museum, The Academy of Art University, The Cultural Center of Cape Cod.

She has received awards from The Copley Society of Art,  The Creative Arts Center and The Cape Cod Art Association of Cape Cod, The Sonoma Museum of Visual Arts, The Academy of Art University.

In addition to being an artist she has taught extensively, both privately and in group workshops and at The Cape Cod Museum of Art.

AWARDS

Best of Show
Second Place
Third Place
Painting
Drawing
Photography
Sculpture
Graphics
Mixed Media
Ceramics
Honorable Mention

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