The 2005 Fall show is now done. The Show was held on November 4th, 5th, and 6th 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.
|Carolyn Latanision||Flowers On the Exchange||Watercolor|
|William Kadlec||Hillside Garden||Mixed Media|
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||Ginger|
|Oil 2nd Prize||Susan Manning O'Briant||Summer Fruit|
|Oil 3rd Prize||Leda Sullivan||Copper Teapot|
|Watercolor 1st Prize||Fran Nola||Iris in Wood|
|Watercolor 2nd Prize||Tom Sutherland||Jury's Pub, Dublin|
|Watercolor 3rd Prize||Paul Palumbo||The Red Boat|
|Acrylic 1st Prize||Andrea Bobroff||Smooth Sailing|
|Acrylic 2nd Prize||W. Marty Marshall||Concatenation|
|Acrylic 3rd Prize||Elain Chipman||Untitled|
|Photography 1st Prize||Irene Palumbo||Road Trip|
|Photography 2nd Prize||Robert Pyle||Decoys, Lowell Boat Shop|
|Photography 3rd Prize||Mary Ellen Stone||Celtic Graveyard|
|Mixed Media 1st Prize||Ingeborg Burggraf||Desciple|
|Mixed Media 2nd Prize||Kim Ramsay||Sunlit Cape Window|
|Mixed Media 3rd Prize||William Kadlec||Hillside Garden|
The Honorable Mentions Awards were given to the following works.
|Ingeborg Burggraf||Petal Night||Mixed Media|
|Joyce Wood||Swan Lake||Watercolor|
|Pam Perras||A Very Still Life||Acrylic|
|Tom Sutherland||Canal Shadows, Venice||Watercolor|
|Carolyn Latanision||Sankaty Light, Nantucket||Watercolor|
The watercolor painting by Carolyn Latanision that was raffled was won by Marion Martorella.
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The centerpiece on the stage this year was painted by Grace
after the original "Les Glaneuses" (The Gleaners) by Jean-Fran�ois Millet.
The Small Works show had lots of entries this year.
We had a good crowd at the Friday reception.
Young and old came out to enjoy the show.
Lots of people looking at lots of art.
And the music for the evening was provided by Lucinda.
Sean Moore studied at the Boston University School of the Arts and the University of Connecticut School of Fine Arts. He has taught at several New England colleges and universities including the Art Institute of Boston, The New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University, and Tufts University.
Sean is also the author of the book "How To Make Money As An Artist" (Chicago Press, 2003) and his bold and colorful oil and watercolor paintings have been shown nationally and regionally including three one man shows hosted by Harvard University in the past three years.
Pat Burson holds a BFA and MFA from Carnegie Mellon University and has studied with George Nick, Jack Beal & Sondra Freckleton, Janet Fish, and Robert Townsend. She is a currently a member of the Cambridge Art Association and was an instructor at the Concord Art Association. Primarily an oil painter, her beautiful and expressive landscapes have been shown in solo and group exhibitions, as well as many public collections throughout the United States and Canada.