LINE: Through Thick and Thin Exhibit April 9 – May 15, 2016
Line is one of the basic elements in art – descriptive, implied or abstract. Bold, soft, elegant or jagged. A line defines the curve of a hip. The lines on the highway define a journey. This exhibit is open to painting, drawing, print-making, mixed media and sculpture in which the line is a dominant component.
JUROR Award winning artist, Antonio Masi has been featured in articles in The Artist’s Magazine; PBS’s Sunday Arts, NBC-TV’s Weekend Today in New York,” as well as a book on his paintings New York’s Golden Age of Bridges, He is currently President of the American Watercolor Society. More on Mr. Masi can be found at his website, www.antoniomasi.com.
First Place: Stephanie Navon-Jacobson, Flutterbies, print
Second Place: Frances Ianarella, Orchids, oil
Third Place: Ann Pellaton, Shoreline, watercolor
Honorable Mentions: Diane Bares, Eliza, oil; Ellen Hallie Schiff, Texture Piece 2, enamel on paper; Alexander Betko, Dirty Mind, graphite on paper
Student Award: Matt Santiago, Untitled 3, ink.