May 19 - Jun 16, 2019

Open Juried Show
Opening Reception: Sunday, May 19 (4-6pm)
Receiving: Sunday, May 12 (11am-2pm), Monday, May 13 (4-7pm) and Tuesday, May 14 (11am-2pm)


Chair: Carol Young, Co-chair: Yuko Ike

Best in Show: Janine Brown, “The Wallflower Project: Marissa” (Black & White Photograph)
1st Place: Katherine Draper, “Creek” (Oil)
2nd Place: Joyce Grasso, “Distant Shore” (Acrylic)
3rd Place: Erin Nazzaro, “The High Note” (Acrylic)
Honorable Mention: Margaret Esme Simon, “Neal” (Pastel) and Rick Bannerot, “Bread for the Proletariat” (Color Photography)

Accepted artists: Joyce Anderson, Pat Atkin, Anna Badini, Frederick Bannerot IV, Barbara Hamill, Daniel Barrett, Paul Berger, Lisa Berger, Nancy Breakstone, Janine Brown, Gretchen Bruno, Eileen Carey, Brooke Carlson, Milan Chilla, Heidi Lewis Coleman, Andrew Conner, Elaine Conner, Eric Cooper, James Cordes, Robert Dietz, Katherine Draper, Carol Fay, Alyssa Fishenden, Betsey Fowler, Maria Friscia, Scott Glaser, Ronnie Gold, Joyce Grasso, Cynthia Hernandez, Patricia Himmel, Josh Iguchi, Ginger Jespersen, Brian Kammerer, Emily Kelting, Karen Kent, Rita Klachkin, Lisa Laible, Joanne Leaman, Andrea Letters, Daniel Long, Liz Lubansky, Jim Malloy, Patti Mollica, Sean Murtha, Erin Nazzaro, Michael O’Hara, Peter Ostasiewicz, Marilyn Parker, Rachel Peterson, Wendy Pieper, Maisie Prince, Shashi Raghunandan Taureas, Oscar Rivera, Kim Romero, Nancy Rosen, Marianne Rothballer, James Ryan, Robert Sachs, Amy Schott, Margaret Simon, January Stewart, Anda Styler, Jessica Tepora, Chris Timmons, Richard Ventre, Mary Wade, Lois Weingarten, Pamela Willmer, Jay Wilson

Judge: Greg Shea
Greg Shea was born in 1971 in Schenectady, New York, but has lived in Connecticut since 1994. He is an award-winning artist and craftsman with diverse creative interests including drawing and painting, portraiture, illustration, photography, relief printmaking, sculpture, calligraphy and illumination, woodworking plus more.  For over twenty years, Greg has worked at the Yale Center for British Art in New Haven, CT, where he is the Senior Museum Preparator. Greg’s artwork has been accepted into numerous juried exhibitions, and has won several awards, including the R.I.S.D. President’s Book Award, the 2014 Purchase Prize and the Lucille Davis Grimm Prize from The New Haven Paint and Clay Club, of which he is an active member.  His work has been exhibited widely at museums and galleries throughout the U.S. including The Society of Illustrators New York, The Delaware Art Museum, The Norman Rockwell Museum, The Museum of Western Art, The Baseball Hall of Fame Museum, The Yale Center for British Art and many others.