June 2020 Landscape Exhibit
Juried by: Eric March
Landscape: The quest to capture a sense of place. A rich tradition of depicting the world around us.
Exhibit dates: June 10, 2020 – July 5, 2020
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Meet the Juror
Eric March is a painter and draftsman whose work explores the formal possibilities of realism with themes of urban life, urban environments, and personal narrative-often through the lens of Coney Island, one of his favorite subjects. Eric grew up in northern Illinois and earned his BFA at Indiana University. He continued his studies in New York City with Andrew Reiss and at the Art Students League before launching his career with a solo show in 2006.
Eric has exhibited his work in New York and Connecticut, including solo shows in Brooklyn, Queens, and New Haven, CT. Honors include the Queens Council on the Arts Individual Artist Grant, the Provincetown Dune Shack Residency, and the Hudson River Fellowship. Eric taught painting and drawing at the National Academy School from 2011-2017 and served as the Department Head of the Painting and Drawing Department in 2014-15. He currently teaches at the 92nd Street Y, the Creative Arts Workshop and at his studio in New Haven.
- 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.
- If the work weighs over 50lbs, the artist must install the piece themselves, if accepted.
- Artists may enter any current work made within 5 years.
- Works are chosen by the selected juror’s curatorial vision and aesthetic.
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