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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.

David Henderson

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

His winning image is Fosterfields


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



Nancy Teague, Best Painting or Drawing.

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


Judith Rosenthal, Best Three-Dimensional or Mixed-Media Artwork.
Rosenthal is from New Jersey.
Her winning piece is Winter Flowers.



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.



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