Dimensions 2023 Sculpture Exhibit

Dimensions 2023 Sculpture Exhibit





The Art League’s Dimensions exhibit showcases three dimensional work from a variety of media: ceramic, stone, wood, glass, metal, mixed media and beyond.

Juried by: Jim Perry

Exhibit Dates: June 7 – July 9, 2023.

Works were chosen by the juror’s curatorial vision and aesthetic.


Best in Show: 

Healing Spirit by Noah Williams

Honorable Mentions:

Shapes and Spaces by David Alfuth

Zahara by Kathlyn Avila-Reyes

Patina Torso Sculpture #1 by Janice Maclean

Laundry Day by Joan Slottow

New Norm 1 by Nafia Syeed




Online Exhibit

Meet the Juror

Jim Perry

Jim Perry’s sculpture has been included in the Whitney Biennial as well as featured exhibitions at Calloway Fine Art & Consulting, Washington, DC (2018); The Center for Contemporary Art, Bedminster, NJ (2016); Gremillion & Company Fine Art, Houston, Texas (2011, 2013, 2017); the Arts Council of Princeton, Princeton, NJ (2014); Morpeth Contemporary, Hopewell, NJ (2010).
His work has also been included in numerous juried and invitational group exhibitions including those at the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton NJ; Ellarslie City Museum, Trenton, NJ; Noyes Museum of Art, Oceanville, NJ; Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ.

His work is held in numerous private, corporate and public collections throughout the United States, Canada and Europe.

Perry is represented by Calloway Fine Art & Consulting, Washington, DC; Ellio Fine Art, Houston, TX; Westbrook Contemporary, Carmel-by-the-Sea, CA. He maintains studios in Northeast Pennsylvania and central New Jersey.

About Jim Perry’s work, artist Steven Alexander wrote, “Embodied in the graceful curves, torqued tensions and sensuous materiality of Jim Perry’s sculpture is a fundamental process of transforming feeling into form, and a perpetuation of our ancient fascination with the very nature of being.”

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