Beauty in The Abstract – An Exploration
Juried Competition & Exhibition
December 3, 2016 – January 8, 2017
What is considered beautiful in Abstract Art? Is it a question of taste? One person’s stop-in-your-tracks beautiful is another person’s ugly. This exhibit seeks to offer differing ideas of beauty in Abstract Art. What is YOUR idea of Beauty?
MEDIUMS Including but not limited to acrylic, oil, watercolor, pastel, mixed media, collage, encaustic, etching/prints or sculpture with pedestal. No photography.
JUROR Stan Brodsky A life-long resident of the New York area, he taught at C. W. Post College for 31 years and is now Professor Emeritus of Art. He has exhibited extensively for more than 50 years and received the Heckscher Museum’s 2013 Celebrate Achievement Award, for contributions to Long Island arts and culture.
First Place: Lorraine Nuzzo, Always 17, acrylic and oil pastel
Second place: Vincent Joseph, Ladder, acrylic
Third Place: Dana Epstein, Over the Moon, oil
Honorable Mention: Karen L. Kirshner, Blue Rhapsody, acrylic
Donna Litke, Cracked Ice, encaustic
Linda Louis, Clearing, wax, pigment, ink