The 2004 Fall show is now done. The Show was held on November 12th, 13th, and 14th this year.
Here is the list of award winners. The photos from the show are posted beneath the awards, so keep scrolling down to find them.
|Jack Jones||The Grand Canal||Watercolor|
|Susan Manning O'Briant||Still Life with Delft Vase||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||Susan Manning O'Briant||Still Life with Delft Vase|
|Oil 2nd Prize||Bruce Welsh||Garden House, Byfield|
|Oil 3rd Prize||Pamela Giarrantana||A Toast to Old Glory|
|Watercolor 1st Prize||Tom Sutherland||Rainy Day in Dublin|
|Watercolor 2nd Prize||Fran Nola||Whirligig|
|Watercolor 3rd Prize||Joyce Wood||Monhegan|
|Pastel 1st Prize||Charlie McCarthy||Shelf Portrait|
|Pastel 2nd Prize||Ruth Carter Wierenga||Floral Stillife|
|Pastel 3rd Prize||Mary Saija||Portrait|
|Acrylic 1st Prize||James J. Delaria Jr.||Icebound Rockport Harbor, Mass|
|Acrylic 2nd Prize||David Mitchell||Manchester by the Sea|
|Acrylic 3rd Prize||W. Marty Marshall||Peace|
|Photography 1st Prize||Robert Pyle||Open Door, Ft. Warren, Boston 2004|
|Photography 2nd Prize||Amy Senier||Taos, NM|
|Photography 3rd Prize||Sue Conley||Kayak Rainbow|
|Mixed Media 1st Prize||Carol Wilson||Untitled|
|Mixed Media 2nd Prize||Kim Ramsay||Casa Loma Window|
|Mixed Media 3rd Prize||Ingeborg Burggraf||Petalville|
The Award for Excellence was given to the following works.
|Mary Kelly||Pick'n & A'Strumm'n|
|Florence Como||Spanish Steps in Springtime|
|Ginger Greenblatt||Malden Sketch Group|
|Judythe Evans Meagher||Blue Ginger Jar|
|Louis Doto||October Geranium|
|Judith Greulich||Lotus Pond|
The watercolor painting by Loraine Obrien that was raffled was won by Jim Gaston of Billerica
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The theme this year was Art in Motion, and
the stage was set with breezy wirligigs.
There were also the wonderful floral arrangements everywhere you looked.
We had good attendance in spite of the bad weather as you can see in this photo.
But there was still room to ponder your favorite painting.
The Mini Art Sale did a brisk business.
And, of course, Lucinda provided the music at the reception on Friday evening.
Ray Crane received his art training at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. His award winning oil and acrylic paintings reflect his interest in New England History with subjects ranging from architecture and landscape to early forms of transportation.
He is currently a member of the Northshore Art Association and the Marblehead Arts Association where, in addition to his Rockport studio, his work is currently being shown.
His website is: www.raycranestudio.com
A member of the Northshore Art Association, Janet Kierstead earned a Bachelor's Degree from Massachusetts College of Art, and a Master's Degree from Lesley College Graduate School. She teaches painting at two local colleges, and assistant teaches at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She is primarily an acrylic painter whose paintings reflect her interest in her Native American heritage.
She has traveled and painted extensively throughout the American southwest. Her work has been twice published in American Artist magazine, and can be seen on her website: www.janetkierstead.com
Carleen Muniz, a professional Gloucester artist since 1975, is known for her impressionistic oil and acrylic paintings, ranging in subject from sports activity to landscapes to figures. She was featured in American Artist magazine (Feb, 2002) in an article written by Charles Movalli, under whom she studied early in her career. �A member of Academic Artists, North Shore Art Association and the Rockport Art Association, she has won frequent awards.
Her work can also be seen at the Bird's Nest Gallery, Bar Harbor, Maine and at her website: www.cmuniz.com.