eleanor boudreau jordan award Archive

Five Feet of Character in a Five Inch Frame: Petite December’s Best in Show Winner

  The Art League talked with Jennifer Allevato, an artist who leverages her love of interiors and floral arrangements to create colorful compositions. Her piece, Seated 21, is part of a larger body of work that features overstuffed chairs, paintings within a painting, and a peek into her creative, color-soaked interiors. We asked Allevato Read more →

Noah Williams on His Found-Object Masks

"I worked as a garbage man for awhile. … One windy day, the swirl of debris gave me a vision of what could be created with the simplicity of found objects." Read more →

Q&A with MINImax Award Winner Meg MacKenzie

“I started seeing horse images in the abstractions and was possessed.” Read more →

Wendy Donahoe talks Daydreams

“I decided against ‘Daydreamer,’ because I didn’t want to assign the figure an identity.” Read more →

Q&A with “Small Works” Award-Winner Everitt Clark

Last month’s “Small Works” exhibit has closed to make way for this month’s all-media show, but Everitt Clark’s silver gelatin contact print, Cabin 2, winner of the Eleanor Boudreau Jordan Award, lives forever on Flickr. We asked Everitt, who will have a solo show in The Art League Gallery in 2013, to tell us Read more →

"Small Works" opening reception tonight

After a busy week of receiving, jurying, and hanging, the opening reception for “Small Works” is tonight, in The Art League Gallery, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. Out of over 900 pieces entered, under 300 were selected by juror Jordan Faye Block as part of the exhibit, which runs November 9 – December 5. Read more →