PSBN is a juried printmaking exhibition, established by the Art Department Print Studio at the University of Hawaii at Hilo in 1982. This premier Hawaii biennial exhibition is hosted in conjunction with the Campus Center Gallery. The juror for the 2018 PSBN is Helen Frederick, who is a recognized distinguished artist, curator, educator, coordinator of international projects, and the founder of Pyramid Atlantic.
Water Works is the title and theme of this 4th annual fine art Maryland Federation of Art juried exhibition. Artwork in which water was clearly depicted as the primary force, object or consequence was considered by the juror. Selected works are available for viewing on MFA’s online Curve Gallery.
Juror's Choice Awards:
Edward Shmunes, A Night to Remember, photography
Elaine Frances Longtemps, Flint, sculpture
Christine Baum, Open, Monotype on Hosho paper
Below the Surface will be on view at 440 Gallery now through July 29th. Drop in to view the group show Thu-Fri 1:00-7:00, Sat-Sun 11:00-7:00, or view the online gallery. To inquire about purchase, contact Amy Williams, Director of 440 Gallery at 718.499.3844 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Below the Surface, 440 Gallery’s (13th) annual theme show, is a resonant statement about the power of art to invoke something more than meets the eye. Juried by independent curator and artist Peter Gynd, this exhibit explores the way artists from diverse locations and backgrounds responded to the challenge of using layers of color, form and meaning to address this year’s theme.
I’ve joined the many contemporary artists who are donating pieces for an art auction benefitting the Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network (RMIAN), an organization that reunites immigrant families in Colorado. Join this special event of art, performance, food, and community.
Tickets are $5, available here
All proceeds go directly to RMIAN