July 2021 Open Exhibit
The reception for the July show will be Thursday, July 8th, 2021 from 4:30 to 6 pm in the gallery. Masks are required to attend, regardless of vaccination status. Click here to RSVP!
The Art League Award for Best in Show
Sheila Flanders, Sunrise on the Potomac
Joan Bevelaqua, Toys
Bob Friedman, Solomon Island Pier
Veronica Barker-Barzel, Merlion and Cub
Chris Malone, Sweet Honey
Viviane De Kosinsky, A Fine Year
Bridget Murphy, Pool View, Carefree, AZ
Ralph Paine, Portrait of Signora D.
Jane Podesta, Standing Guard
Eileen Yeager, Scat
Elizabeth Settle, Reflection
Shop the exhibit
The Calder Mobile by Peter Ulrich
Seaside Village by Beverly Valdez
Square By Square by Kay Walsh
Grace by Judy Wilson
Full Moon at the Old Post Office by Carol Stalun
Lady Gaga by Barbara Wilson
July Marsh by Barbara Stepura
Sulphuric Haze by Amy Woodhouse
Hopeful by Jane Thomas
Evening Air by Justin Worrell
Road Stop in Cambodia by Karen Thuermer
Scat by Eileen Yeager
Crested by Alexandra Tolstoy
Bayside by Suzanne Yurdin
Two Birds by Jo Ann Tooley
Circling Back by Nancy Totten
Coastal Sunshine by Anthony Neville
Reflection by Elizabeth Settle
Self Portrait in Byzantine Splendor by Teresa Oaxaca
Iris by Iryna Smitchkova
Portrait of Signora D. by Ralph Paine
The Summer House by James Smith
Vase by John Ploch
Standing Guard by Jane Podesta
Moroccan by Dian McDonald
I AM POWER by Cherie M. Redlinger
Suburban Spring by Jeanne McIntyre
Synodic by Rifat
Patrons of Large Print by Suzanne McIntire
Untitled by William Rollins
Shy Teapot by Michael McSorley
Cross by Helen Sampson
Under Sail by Kathryn Mohrman
Gazebo, Green Spring, from the Mansion by Nina Schwartz
Pool View, Carefree, AZ by Bridget Murphy
Path Through the Fog by Wilford Scott
Evening Glow by Cindi Lewis
Moon at the Maryland State House by Michael Iserman
Smile 3 by Linda Lowery
Street Fair by Noreene Janus
Tulips by Deborah Mahnken
Recognize They is You by GuruSangat Khalsa
Sweet Honey by Christopher Malone
Beetle by Brian Kirk
Milk and Honey by David Mann
Verona by Angela Lacy
Intersecting Landscape by Liz LaGarde
Inside the Hostas by Leslie Landerkin
Oh Brother! #1 by Susan Lapham
Prismatic Impression by Linda Holz
Way Home by Namki Lee
Backstairs by Daniel Horowitz
The Way Home by Joonhyun Lee
One Step at a Time by Nancy Howren
Liberty Dam by Barry Dunn
Chincoteague Sunrise by Georgette Grossman
Spring Unfolding by Gaetana Ebbole
Goldfish by Ashley Groves
Ancient Echos by Brent Erickson
Meet the Juror
Toni-Lee Sangastiano is a multidisciplinary artist whose work examines the carnivalesque through painting, printmaking, paper marbling, sculptural books arts, typography and maker technology. Her interest in this theme began as a child on the boardwalks of the Jersey shore and was later fostered at Fairleigh Dickinson University by Professor Marie Roberts and Artistic Director Dick Zigun of Coney Island’s Sideshows by the Seashore. Toni-Lee is now one of the leading sideshow banner painters in the United States.
She currently lives in Virginia and is an Assistant Professor of the Practice in Studio Art and Digital Media Specialist at Georgetown University.
Artists may enter works made within the past five years. Open exhibits are not limited by theme, medium, process, or content.
Digital Submission Deadline: Tuesday, June 15, 2021 by midnight.
- Artist must be a current exhibiting artist member of The Art League gallery.
- All works must adhere to the Gallery hanging and framing requirements. For 2D artworks, no clip frames are permitted and hanging wire must be attached to the frame, not the backing. 2D artworks must have hanging wire. No saw tooth hangers permitted. Canvases may be gallery wrapped with no visible staples.
- Artists may enter any current work made within 5 years.
- Works are chosen by the selected juror’s curatorial vision and aesthetic.
We expect to notify artists of the results ten days after the deadline.
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