The Spring show was another good one. The show was held on May 6th and 7th.
Before we get to the photographs, here are the award winners:
|Karl Weld||Sunrise, Winter Pond||Watercolor|
|Oil 1st Prize||Judith Greulich||Applewood|
|Oil 2nd Prize||Susan Manning O'Briant||Plein Air Species in Winter|
|Oil 3rd Prize||Ginger Greenblatt||Beacon & Park|
|Watercolor 1st Prize||Janice C. White||Dingle Countryside|
|Watercolor 2nd Prize||Lorraine O'Brien||Woodland Stream|
|Watercolor 3rd Prize||Jeannette Corbett||Morning Stroll - Rockport|
|Acrylic 1st Prize||W. Marty Marshall||Clean-Up|
|Acrylic 2nd Prize||Florence Como||Summer by the Sea|
|Acrylic 3rd Prize||Judy Hayworth||Iris|
|Photography 1st Prize||Robert Pyle||Toos of the Trade|
|Photography 2nd Prize||Maryellen Stone||Duesenberg|
|Photography 3rd Prize||Jack Welch||Boathouse Reflections|
|Honorable Mention||Robert Pyle||Reflections, Lowell's Boat Shop (photo)|
|Honorable Mention||Fran Nola||Mown Field (mixed)|
|Honorable Mention||Judith Greulich||Vermont Lass (oil)|
|Honorable Mention||Joyce Wood||Winter Blanket (watercolor)|
|Honorable Mention||Karl Weld||Sunrise, Winter Pond (watercolor)|
|Honorable Mention||Barbara Kremer||Essex Marsh (watercolor)|
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.
The stage setting was a Secret Garden, full of flowers and small animals.
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There were flowers around the room as well as on the stage.
The Small Treasures sale was there.
We had art appreciators in attendance.
Here are some of the first place award winners.
Here are the bios of the judges
Robert H. Farris, Jr., of Lynn, studied drawing and painting under Lynn Artist Charles Impel and attended Massachusetts College of Art.
His professional memberships are with Oil Painters of America; North Shore Art Association; LynnArts, Inc. (curatorial staff); Rockport Art Association; and the Lynn Cultural Council.�
Robert's gallery representations are at Impulse Gallery in Provincetown and Wood End Studio in Lynn.
He has exhibited several places throughout the United States for the past 15 years.� His major awards include 4 Grumbacher Silver Medallion Awards and 3 Grumbacher Gold Medallion Awards; 11th place at the 1994 Artist Magazine Competition; 1996 Grumbacher Hall of Fame Inductee; honorable mention at the 1997 North Light Competition; 2006 Michael Stoffa Memorial Award at North Shore Arts Assn; and the 2007 Contributing Member Show at Rockport Art Assn.
Robert has also been published in The Artist Magazine ; Grumbacher Calendar; North Light Magazine ; Panorama Magazine ; Who's Who in the East ; and Who's Who in America.
Fred Mac Neill of Concord, Massachusetts, was born in Boston and studied at the Vesper George School of Arts.� He is an oil painter, focusing primarily on New England with its changing light and seasons, as well as the national parks of Wyoming and Utah.
Fred is a member of the Boston Guild of Artists, Concord Art Association, and Rockport Art Association.� He is listed in Who's Who in America .� His work is seen in galleries throughout the United States.