Hurrah for me!!!
April 11, 2018 • Leave a Comment
I am very pleased to note that one of the photographs I submitted to the Belmar Arts Centers 14th Juried Annual Show (JAS-14) titled "On Stand Down" received an achievement award at the show's reception last Saturday night. The award brought with it a monetary reward, which is always appreciated!! The range of art on display at the show was truly amazing--from photography, to painting, to watercolors, to sculpture, to glassware. I felt honored to have my work accepted for the show (only 1/3 of the applicants were accepted), and to win an award was especially gratifying. Thanks to the judge, the curator, everyone at the BAC, and the exhibitors of course, for helping to make the show such a great success. The show continues until May 3rd, so there is still plenty of time yo stop by and see it--it is very much worth your time and effort!
Speaking of excellent shows--The show put on by the #BlackGlassGallery at the Middletown Arts Center is also quite spectacular. The reception for the show was last Friday and it was very well attended by the artists, their friends and family, and the general public--more than 150 people in total. The photograph-only show featured about 75 pieces by over 30 artists, all taken at Black Glass Gallery Meetups. The results are stunning, and even though many of the artists took photographs of the same objects, no two photographs were the same. Amazing! I received many wonderful comments on the four photos I submitted for display. The Center is open daily and the show runs through the end of the month. Don't miss this one either!!
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