Fall Exhibit and Sale 2002
The Fall Show was held November 15, 16 and 17, 2002.
It was a beautiful show.
We have some photographs of the event in case you could
not make it to the show in person.
But before we get to the photos, here are the
|Curtis Award for Oil
|Curtis Award for Watercolor
||W. Marty Marshall
||Midnight Ride of Paul Revere Ware
|Roberta Thresher Award for Watercolor
||Charles J. McCarthy
||Captain Gregory Retrospective
There were 10 awards for excellence.
||Chancel Abbaye de Thoronet, Provence*
||October, Rt. 6A Cape Cod
||Study: Beyond the Gate
||Just Try It
||Early Spring with Painted Trillium
*Best of Blue Award
The popular award went to:
Now, on to the photos.
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The theme for the Fall show this year is
"Art for the Love, Joy, and Fun of it!". The stuffed
critters on the stage
represent those three ideas. They also bear a resemblance
to some well-known artists. Can you guess who they are
by the clues in the photograph?
We also had a memorial to Roberta Thresher, who
passed away this year.
The mini art sale did a brisk business, as
Leo handed out the awards this year while the
In this photo, some of the winners take
And, of course, music was provided
throughout the evening by Lucinda at
Here are the bio's of the judges.
Francesca Anderson is the owner and director of the gallery
Francesca Anderson Fine Art in Lexington, MA. The gallery represents
contemporary realist painters and portrait artists from the Northeast.
Francesca has been working in galleries and art associations in the
Boston area since her graduation from art school. She holds a BA in
art history and Theory from George Washington University and an MFA
in painting from the Corcoran School of Art.
Deborah Edmiston is Vice-President and a signature member of the
New England Watercolor Society. She holds a BS, summa cum laude,
from Northeastern University and has studied with several well
known local watercolorists including Frank Webb, Betty Lou Schlemm,
and Andrew Kusmin. Her watercolors are realistic, yet painterly,
and her use of shadow and light create a drama of memorable places
and objects. Deborah has received numerous awards both regionally
and nationally. Her work is represented by the Lymen-Eyer Gallery,
West Newton & Provincetown and the Bilanca Gallery, Nashua, N.H.
Gordon Goetemann earned a BFA from the University of Notre Dame,
an MFA from the State University of Iowa and is Emeritus Professor
of art and art history. Gordon recently completed a forty year
teaching career in Minnesota and moved to a permanent residence
on Rocky Neck in Gloucester where he and his wife Judith, also
an artist, own their own gallery. He has conducted thirteen lecture
tours of sites and museums in Europe, Asia, and Africa. His work is
represented in the collections of the Aldrick Museum of Contemporary
Art and the Cape Ann Historical Museum, as well as many corporate,
university and private collections. He has served as critic-evaluator
of graduate and undergraduate art programs, as consultant for Federal
Art Curriculum Projects and Art Therapy Programming for the VA Hospital
System. Currently Goetemann is Vice-President of the Rocky Neck Art
Colony and of the SEArts Coalition in Gloucester.
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