Spring Show 2007

The show was held on May 4th, 5th, and 6th.

Before we get to the photographs, here are the award winners:

The Best of Show award went to:

Artist Title Medium
Joyce Wood Calico Watercolor

The popular award went to:

Artist Title Medium
Robert Cyr River Retreat Acrylic

Award Artist Title
Oil 1st Prize Judy Greulich Still Life with Roses
Oil 2nd Prize Nancy Freeman Gloucester
Oil 3rd Prize Nancy Bradley O'Brien Watcher

Award Artist Title
Watercolor 1st Prize Mary Kelly Byzantine Reflection
Watercolor 2nd Prize Rita Frey European Shadows
Watercolor 3rd Prize Jack Jones St. Abs Scotland

Award Artist Title
Acrylic 1st Prize W. Marty Marshall Wheel
Acrylic 2nd Prize Elaine Chipman Butterfly
Acrylic 3rd Prize Edward Enright Venice Reflections

Award Artist Title
Photograpy 1st Prize Eric Redard The Spirit of Knowing
Photograpy 2nd Prize Robert Pyle Homestead Mantel, Maine
Photograpy 3rd Prize Susan Briant Conley Delta Dental Balloon

Award Artist Title
Mixed Media 1st Prize Kathy Getchell Anniversary Roses (charcoal)
Mixed Media 2nd Prize Carol A. Groezinger Knox Carousel #9 (lithograph)
Mixed Media 3rd Prize Ingeborg Burggraf Petal Call (collage)

Award Artist Title
Honorable Mention Anthony Abate Surf in Time (watercolor)
Honorable Mention Fred Peters Venice (watercolor)
Honorable Mention Susan Manning O'Briant Indian Summer Day (oil)
Honorable Mention Dennis McQuillen Spring Planting (oil)
Honorable Mention Carolyn Latanisian Beacon Hill Doorway (watercolor)
Honorable Mention W. Marty Marshall 2 Euclids 2 (acrylic)

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.

Stage Left Stage Right

The stage setting was excellent as usual.

Small Treasures

The small treasures sale was very busy.


We had a good turnout.


People seemed pleased with the art.


There was lots to see.


The first place winners posed for a group photo.


Our refreshments committee provided a host of delicious
goodies, which was the best food to be found for miles.


The music was provided by Lucinda, who
played a variety of tunes on the piano.

Here are the bios of the judges

Julliette Carignan

Julliette Carignan recieved her BFA from the University of Massachusetts in 1980. In 1997, her work was selected by the Whistler House Museum of Art in Lowell for inclusion in the "Ten Women" exhibition of New England painters, and for the Harness Tracks of America prestigious national equine art exhibition in Lexington, Kentucky. She was also invited to participate in the first Small Format Salon in Paris France, and in Belmont's new Gallery of Art's Inaugural juried exhibition in 2005. Her realistic, painterly landscapes and portraits can be found in collections nationally and internationally.

Tom Ouellette

Tom Ouellette, a contemporary realist, was a National Merit Scholar, and received his undergraduate education at Harvard (B.A. in art history). Subsequently, he studied at the Art Institute of Boston, from which he graduated with honors; and then from 1989 - 1994 worked with Michael Aviano, serving as the latter's assistant for much of that time. During this time he had scholarship grants from La Napoule Foundation, La Napoule, France, and from the John F. and Anna Lee Stacey Scholarship Fund. He has won Yankee Magazine's prestigious Robb Sagendorf Memorial Award, and has been featured in articles in Arts Media, the Boston Sunday Globe and the The Artists' Magazine. Primarily an oil painter, he has exhibited in galleries in New York, New England, and Tokyo, Japan.

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