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Congrats to the New Torpedo Factory Artists!

Amanda Marie Harner
Photograph by Amanda Marie Harner from December’s All-Media exhibit. Amanda entered her first Art League show in September 2012 and won third prize — read the Q&A here.

This week was the annual jury for new members at the Torpedo Factory, and we’re pleased to see some familiar names among the newly accepted artists! Congratulations to Art League artists and new Torpedo Factory artists David Flohr, Amanda Marie Harner, Guy Jones (a new Art Leaguer in March), Maureen Minehan, Tim Hyde, Barbara Muth, Liz Roberts, Susan Sherwin, and Fierce Sonia.

The Target Gallery will hold a Newly Juried Artists’ Exhibition, March 29–April 13, with a reception on Saturday, April 13, from 3:00–5:00 pm. (This has been updated from the earlier date posted here — the reception is not on April 6.)

Below are the full lists of new TFAA members. You can read more about the jury process on the TFAA blog.

A platter by ceramics artist David Flohr.
A platter by ceramics artist David Flohr.
Susan Sherwin
Susan Sherwin

2D artists (jurors Alec Simpson, Phil Hutinet, and Margaret Adams Parker):

  • Amanda Harner, Photographer
  • Tim Hyde, Photographer
  • Maureen Minehan, Photographer
  • Valeri Proudkii, Photographer
  • Jill Finsen, Painter
  • Liz Roberts, Painter
  • Kara Hammond, Painter
  • Karen Fitzgerald, Mixed Media
  • Susan Sherwin, Painter
  • Ellen Kdansky, Painter
  • Fierce Sonia, Mixed Media
  • Barbara Muth, Painter
  • Guy Jones, Drawing
  • Brandon Newton, Painter
  • Fritz Desroches, Painter

3D artists (jurors Dagmar Painter, Maria Karametou, and Rick Wall):

  • Erika Cleveland, Fiber Artist
  • Heasoon A. Rhee, Fiber Artist
  • Hattie Barker, Fiber Artist
  • David Flohr, Ceramic Artist
  • Leah Sturgis, Jewelry
From Fierce Sonia's 2010 solo exhibit at The Art League, "Paper Dolls."
From Fierce Sonia’s 2010 solo exhibit at The Art League, “Paper Dolls.”
Liz Roberts
Liz Roberts
Tim Hyde
Tim Hyde
Maureen Minehan
Maureen Minehan

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