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Art Inspired by Winter!

I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape — the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it, the whole story doesn’t show.
~Andrew Wyeth

The color of springtime is in the flowers; the color of winter is in the imagination.
~Terri Guillemets
 

    parke Krahn vanvliet craig welch

     Honored artists for this exhibition are:

Arthur Kvarnstrom

 

Arthur Kvarnstrom, Best in Show—Portfolio.
Kvarnstrom is from New York City.
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David Henderson

David Henderson, Best in Show—Single Image.
Henderson is from New Jersey.

His winning image is Fosterfields
.
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Paradise

Jane Paradise, Best Photograph or Digital Artwork.
Paradise is from Massachusetts.
Her winning image is Snow Dunes.
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Teague


Nancy Teague, Best Painting or Drawing.

Teague is from Lincoln, Nebraska.
Her winning image is Wintry Cardinal Wheeeee!
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rosenthal

Judith Rosenthal, Best Three-Dimensional or Mixed-Media Artwork.
Rosenthal is from New Jersey.
Her winning piece is Winter Flowers.
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Each of these winning artists has the opportunity to show more of their work as Gallery Artists as well as the chance to have a portfolio of their work published in the Gallery's highly-regarded art and literary publication, Still Point Arts Quarterly. Be sure to enjoy the work of these artists in the Gallery .

This exhibition is highlighted in the winter 2013 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly. Read editor's remarks about this exhibition.

All artists selected to exhibit work in this show:

Shoshanna Ahart, Frank Baggett, Bobby Baker, Dave Clough, Kathy Conway, Bob Craig, Marie Dancy-Brennan, Elin Dolle, Jasna Dragun, John Gilluly, Eleanor Goldstein, David Henderson, Deb Houston, Margruite Krahn, Arthur Kvarnstrom, Cheryl MacLean, Jane Paradise, Leslie Parke, Tom Pickarski, Michael Piotrowski, David Quinn, Judith Rosenthal, Patricia Scarborough, Debra Small, Marko Susla, Nancy Teague, Karla Van Vliet, Carolyn WarmSun, Michael Welch, Leonard Williams

Winter Splendor will remain a featured exhibition through January 31, 2014.

Enjoy!

-Christine 

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Cottage, rustic, contemporary, southwestern, or yard sale. We spend most of our time inside our homes, workplaces, and other spaces, and how and with what we choose to occupy these spaces matters. Perhaps we strive for comfort; perhaps we favor functionality; perhaps we are focused on good design and tasteful surroundings. Whichever it is, interiors are worth a good look.   

     

      Dave Clough Eldred Boze Ronnj Medini 

Honored artists for this exhibition are:


Susan Landor Keegin
 

Susan Landor Keegin, Best in Show—Portfolio.
Keegin is from Sausilito, California.
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Swanson

 

Beth Swanson, Best in Show—Single Image.
Swanson is from Cartersville, Georgia
.
Her winning image is Quiet Invitation II
.
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Chachava
Maya Chachava, Best Photograph or Digital Artwork.

Chachava is from Ellensburg, Washington.
Her winning image is Beauty Salon.
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Constance Culpepper


Constance Culpepper, Best Painting or Drawing.

Culpepper is from Gladwyne, Pennsylvania.
Her winning image is One Cup of Tea.
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Nawrocki

Selena Nawrocki, Best Three-Dimensional or Mixed-Media Artwork.
Nawrocki is from Douglas, George.
Her winning image is Star Step.
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Each of these winning artists has the opportunity to show more of their work as Gallery Artists as well as the chance to have a portfolio of their work published in the Gallery's highly-regarded art and literary publication, Still Point Arts Quarterly. Be sure to enjoy the work of these artists in the Gallery .

This exhibition is highlighted in the fall 2013 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly. Read editor's remarks about this exhibition.

All artists selected to exhibit work in this show:

Pat Benincasa, Eldred Boze, Zenshin Tim Buckley, Maya Chachava, Nik Clements, Dave Clough, Kathy Conway, Constance Culpepper, Colleen Fitzgerald, Lisa Freidus, Joyce Glasner, Nils Hasche-Vasquez, Irene Hill, Susan Landor Keegin, Eric Law, Laurie McCormick, Ronnj Medini, Jihane Mossalim, Selena Nawrocki, Steve Perrault, Donna Powers, Helen Shulman, Harvey Spears, Beth Swanson, Ambika Talwar, Ron Testa, Benita VanWinkle

  

Interiors will remain a featured exhibition through October 31, 2013.

Enjoy!

-Christine 

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One way of thinking about visual art is that the artist finds or discovers something--be it inside or outside of the artist--and, through art, holds it still. A photographer captures a moment in time with a click of the shutter and that moment is locked in stillness. A painter paints a scene using oils on canvas and that scene exists forever in a motionless state. A sculptor molds and shapes details of a human body, and that body stands frozen...never to age...never to change.

Still Point V is the fifth annual exhibition focused on exploring the thing that artists, through art, hold still. This is our annual unthemed exhibition. 

     

 

Honored artists for this exhibition are:


McCormick
Ekaterina Bykhovskaya, Best in Show—Portfolio.
Bykhovskaya is from Strasbourg, France.
The six images in the exhibition are from
her series, Jerusalem, Old City.
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Whelihan

 

Anthony R. Whelihan, Best in Show—Single Image.
Whelihan is from Plymouth, Minnesota
.
His winning image is Latter Day Geisha
.

BakerBobby Baker, Best Photograph or Digital Artwork.
Baker is from Brentwood, New Hampshire.
His winning image is Lineup.
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Greaux

Barbara Greaux, Best Painting or Drawing.
Greaux is from Charleston, South Carolina.
Her winning image is Sunday Afternoon.
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Struck

Julie A. Struck, Best Three-Dimensional or Mixed-Media Artwork.
Struck is from Rockport, Indiana.
Her winning image is Semesterland.
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Each of these winning artists has the opportunity to show more of their work as Gallery Artists as well as the chance to have a portfolio of their work published in the Gallery's highly-regarded art and literary publication, Still Point Arts Quarterly. Be sure to enjoy the work of these artists in the Gallery, and read about them in our blog.

This exhibition is highlighted in the summer 2013 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly. Read editor's remarks about this exhibition.


All artists selected to exhibit work in this show:

Leslie Anderson, Bobby Baker, Anna Belleforte, Benita Brewer, Ekaterina Bykhovskaya, Tom Chesnut, Bob Craig, Halina Domanski, Patrice Drago, Juan Escudero, Joyce Glasner, Jane Gottlieb, Barbara Greaux, Ralph Hassenpflug, Tom Hinkle, Linda Karlsberg, Freya Kazemi, Kristianne Koch Riddle, Susan Landor Keegin, Candace Law, Nan Liu, Gloria Matuszewski, Laurie McCormick, Tony Podue, Cheryl Rau, Julie Struck, Chris Taylor, Karla Van Vliet, Anthony Whelihan, Mayumi Yamakawa

Still Point V will remain a featured exhibition through July 31, 2013.

Enjoy!

-Christine 

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Ordinary Everyday Objects

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Take a look at the ordinary everyday objects you see every ordinary day. Objects small or large. Objects red, blue, or yellow; black or white. Objects hard or soft, old or new, shiny or dull. Objects for home, school, or work. Objects expendable; objects remarkable. Objects found, bought, or given. All sorts of objects…ordinary everyday objects.

Rau Ebarb Landor Keegin Teague  

Honored artists for this exhibition are:


McCormick
Laurie McCormick, Best in Show—Portfolio.
McCormick is from Los Angeles, California.
The six images in the exhibition are from
her series, Miniature Moments in My Daily Life.
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Parke

Leslie Parke, Best in Show—Single Image.
Parke is from Cambri
dge, New York.
Her winning image is C
hina in the Ocean.
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Hill
Irene Hill, Best Photograph or Digital Artwork.

Hill is from Atlantis, Florida.
Her winning image is Fading Into the Past.

 

Gerr
Maya Gerr, Best Painting or Drawing.

Gerr is from Newton, Massachusetts.
Her winning image is Cabbages.
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Munteanu
Leyla Aysel Munteanu, Best Three-Dimensional
or Mixed-Media Artwork.

Munteanu is from Windsor, Ontario in Canada.
Her winning image is Size 38.
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Each of these winning artists has the opportunity to show more of their work as Gallery Artists as well as the chance to have a portfolio of their work published in the Gallery's highly-regarded art and literary publication, Still Point Arts Quarterly. Be sure to enjoy the work of these artists in the Gallery.


This exhibition is highlighted in the spring 2013 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly. Read editor's remarks about this exhibition.


All artists selected to exhibit work in this show:

Nadia Adams, Dennis Angel, Robin Antar, Richard Barrett, Eldred Boze, John Brooks, Philip Clift, Kathy Conway, Megan Dill, Louis Ebarb, Maya Gerr, Irene Hill, Susan Landor Keegin, Catherine Roberts Leach, Jessica Levant, Michael Lynne, Laurie McCormick, Karl Melton, Leyla Aysel Munteanu, Jacqlyn Murdock, Leslie Parke, Dan Pyle, Cheryl Rau, Tatiana Roulin, Jane Soodalter, Marko Susla, Nancy Teague, Kristina Thalin, Leon Vanella, Maciej Zabawa

Ordinary Everyday Objects will remain a featured exhibition through April 30, 2013.

Enjoy!

-Christine 

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Sacred Time - Sacred Space

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The sacred manifests itself in time and space. Feasts, festivals, ceremonies, and rituals mark a return to sacred time, a separation from ordinary time, a time generally filled with excitement, significance, and transition. Temples, churches, shrines, and special areas in the natural world are sacred spaces, removed from our ordinary everyday environment, thus allowing us to focus on spirit—that which gives meaning to our lives. This exhibition explores the many expressions of Sacred Time and Sacred Space.   


Artists of Distinction for this exhibition are photographer John Brooks, painter Deb Houston, and mixed media artist Jill Valliere. As Artists of Distinction, these artists have the opportunity to show more of their work as Gallery Artists as well as the opportunity to have a portfolio of their work published in the Gallery's highly-regarded art and literary publication, Still Point Arts Quarterly. Be sure to enjoy the work of these artists in the Gallery.

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All artists selected to exhibit work in this show:

Loretta Alvarado, Adam Amara, Grethe Angen, JB Basham, Stephen Beckett, Sabine Blodorn, Steven Bogart, Eldred Boze, John Brooks, Leah Brosig, Kimberly Callas, Ione Citrin, Kathy Conway, Stacy DeMott, Susan Dessel, Henrietta DuBois, Gary Engle, Al Gerk, Paul Hitchen, Deb Houston, Walt Hug, Margruite Krahn, Flo Li, James Macdonald, Cheryl MacLean, Elena Malec, Susan McCulley, Ronnj Medini, Tommy Nienaber, Tatiana Nikolova-Houston, Sheree Rasmussen, Sarah Rehfeldt, Suzan Scott, Hadass Shereshevsky, Harvey Spears, Marko Susla, Jill Valliere, Leon Vanella, Carolyn WarmSun, Teresa Young, Annette Zalanowski

Sacred Time - Sacred Space will remain a featured exhibition through February 5, 2013 and will remain online until February 5, 2014.

Enjoy!

-Christine

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Everything has texture—texture we can feel (tactile) as well as texture we can see (visual). Texture ranges from smooth and slick to rough and jagged. In between there is bumpy, choppy, gritty, coarse, pebbly, grainy, pitted, wrinkly, mushy, drippy, and on and on. Texture is more important to us than we might realize. We care about the texture of our food, clothes, furniture, and surroundings. Texture is so important to us that it often elicits a response—sometimes favorable, sometimes unfavorable. Texture can help to convey a thought or a message. Texture is an important element of both tactile and visual communication, and thus an important element of design and art.   

     Col Mitchell Linehan Jarred Pffeiffer McCormick  Tober

Artists of Distinction for this exhibition are ceramic artist Jarred Pfeiffer, painter Linnea Heide, and photographer Patrick LinehanAs Artists of Distinction, these artists have the opportunity to show more of their work as Gallery Artists as well as the opportunity to have a portfolio of their work published in the Gallery's highly-regarded art and literary publication, Still Point Arts QuarterlyRead editor's remarks about this exhibition.

Be sure to enjoy the work of these artists in the Gallery.

All artists selected to exhibit work in this show:

Thomas Acevedo Gary Engle Sherry Myhre
Judith Anderson David Gordon Keiko Nomoto
Brigitte Balbinot Corey Hardeman Jarred Pfeiffer
Richard Barrett Linnea Heide Sheree Rasmussen
Michelle Bauer Paul Hitchen Marie Reamer
Mike Bell Lucy J. Hays Jennifer Seo
Sabine Blodorn Susan Johnson Geoff Silvis
Eldred Boze William Klein Pamela Soldwedel
John Brooks Terry Kruse Jane Soodalter
Rick Chapman Ryosuke Kumakura Louis Spano
Nina Clayton Patrick Linehan Daniel Sroka
Kathleen Conway Cheryl MacLean Marko Susla
Bob Craig Laurie McCormick Nancy Teague
Raymond Difley Col Mitchell Linnea Tober
Malcolm Easton    


Elements of Art: Texture will remain a featured exhibition through November 6, 2012 and will remain online until November 6, 2013.

Enjoy!

-Christine

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One way of thinking about visual art is that the artist finds or discovers something - be it inside or outside of the artist - and, through art, holds it still. A photographer captures a moment in time with a click of the shutter and that moment is locked in stillness. A painter paints a scene using oils on canvas and that scene exists forever in a motionless state. A sculptor molds and shapes details of a human body, and that body stands frozen...never to age...never to change.

Still Point IV is the fourth annual exhibition focused on exploring those things that artists, through art, hold still.             


Artists of Distinction for this exhibition are Leslie Anderson, Mike Bell, Jane Gottlieb, Helen Shulman, Mayumi Yamakawa, Tetiana Zakharova, and Kajal ZaveriAs Artists of Distinction, these artists have the opportunity to show more of their work as Gallery Artists as well as the opportunity to have a portfolio of their work published in the Gallery's highly-regarded art and literary publication, Still Point Arts QuarterlyRead editor's remarks.

Be sure to enjoy the work of these artists in the Gallery.

All artists selected to exhibit work in this show:

Leslie Anderson Georgette Evans Grey Dan Pyle
Bujar Arizi Colleen Fitzgerald Cheryl Rau
Scott Barnes Fabrice Fouillet Jane Robinson
Stephen Beckett Matthew Gauger Nancy Scott
Mike Bell Jane Gottlieb Helen Shulman
Pat Benincasa Lisa Graham Damir Simic
Susan Bergin Pavia Justinian Jane Soodalter
Lauren Blackwell Linda Pearlman Karlsberg Jeffrey Stoner
John Brooks Doris King Helen Sullivan
Maya Chachava William Klein Marko Susla (GA)
Ione Citrin (GA) Sassoon Kosian Chris Taylor
Sean Collins Cheryl MacLean Mayumi Yamakawa
Kathy Conway Monika Mori Tetiana Zakharova
Bob Craig Sandy Moser Kajal Zaveri
Alan Crosby Frank Myers Maureen Zwier (GA)
  Jean Noon  

(GA) Artists with this designation are Gallery Artists. They were selected as Artists of Distinction in previous exhibitions and, consequently, have additional work featured as Gallery Artists.

Still Point IV will remain a featured exhibition through July 31, 2012 and will remain online until July 31, 2013.

Enjoy!

-Christine

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We all need a place to call home, a place to which we belong, a place where we feel the pull and draw to come back again and again to be refreshed, renewed, revitalized. It may be a house, the city in which we were born, a cabin in the woods, a spot near the ocean, or a place far, far away that remains elusive. Wherever it is, this place feels like home. This place has magic, soul, and spirit.                                                                                                    

             

Artists of Distinction for this exhibition are Frank Baggett, Allison Doherty,  and Ron Testa. As Artists of Distinction, these three artists will have the opportunity to show more of their work as Gallery Artists.

Each of these artists is also given the Gallery's Portfolio Award, which provides the opportunity to have a portfolio published in the Gallery's highly praised publication, Still Point Arts Quarterly.  

Be sure to enjoy the work of these artists in the Gallery and, over the next few weeks, come back to read about them and their art in our blog


In connection with this exhibition, take some time to enjoy Marilyn Finnemore's beautiful blog, IMPORTANCE OF PLACE.


All artists selected to exhibit work in this show:

Lisa Arnold Sally Cumming Lyubov Momot
Joel McEachern Allison Doherty
Sherry Myhre
Lorelle Bacon Ramona du Houx Nancy Scott
Frank Baggett
Vivian Faulkner Harvey Spears
Stephen Beckett Colleen Fitzgerald Freda Sue
Mike Bell Barbara Greaux Helen Sullivan
Lauren Blackwell Marilyn Henrion (GA)
Marko Susla (GA)
John Brooks Susan Johnson Peter T. Kempson
Jadranka Carluccio-Grbic Patty K. Wongpakdee Ron Testa
Ione Citrin (GA) Joni McCaffrey Sarah Tortora
Bob Craig Ronnj Medini (GA)
Annette Zalanowski
M. Crit Davis Hariclia Michailidou  

(GA) Artists with this designation are Gallery Artists. They were selected as Artists of Distinction in previous exhibitions and, consequently, have additional work featured as a Gallery Artist.

Spirit of Place - Spirit of Home will remain a featured exhibition through May 15, 2012 and will remain online until May 15, 2013.

Enjoy!

-Christine

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The artist travels the world with a sketchbook, an easel, or a camera. The artist wants to draw…paint…take the photograph! The artist travels the world for excitement, challenge, and inspiration…people, culture, architecture, landscapes, cityscapes, famous monuments, ancient ruins. So much to see…so much to absorb. The world's famous places...the world's intimate spaces. 

Our amazing artists have contributed to the creation of a unique and interesting exhibition, showing their views of places and spaces around the world. Truly, one of our finest exhibitions!                                                                                                          

        Clark Chehy Paradise Medini Ghoussaini

Artists of Distinction for this exhibition are photographer Ekaterina Bykhovskaya, photographer Ronnj Medini, and mixed media artist Marilyn Henrion. Be sure to enjoy their wonderful work in the Gallery and read about them and their art in our blog. These artists will have the opportunity to show more of their art as Gallery Artists beginning in November 2011.


Artists selected to exhibit work in this show:

Christine Bakke Bob Craig Marsha Hewitt Jerry Park (GA)
Michal Barkai* Paula Dixon Miriam Karp Davide Perella
Sabine Blodorn Monica Engeler Glenn Larsen Judy Reinford
John Brooks Michael Finley Catherine Leach Elizabeth Sheehan
Ekaterina Bykhovskaya George Gati (GA) Jessica Levant Jane Soodalter
Amy Bynum Matthew Gauger Nigel Lord Harvey Spears
Adriana Chanmala Valerie Ghoussaini Jim Lustenader Helen Sullivan
Alexandra Chehy Carol Gooberman Ronnj Medini Marko Susla (GA)
Ione Citrin (GA)
Jane Gottlieb Frank Myers (GA) Ron Testa (GA)
Robert Bruce Clark Marilyn Henrion Timothy Paradise Carla Woody


(GA) Artists with this designation are Gallery Artists. They were selected to be Artists of Distinction in previous exhibitions and, consequently, have additional work featured as a Gallery Artist.

* Featured in the July 2011 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly

 

Destinations: Famous Places and Intimate Spaces will remain a featured exhibition through November 15, 2011 and will remain online until November 15, 2012.

Enjoy!

-Christine

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