November 2021 Open Exhibit
Congratulations to the Best in Show winner, Kip Platto, for his piece Flamingo Pair!
Neyla Arnas, Morning Echoes
Cinda Berry, Liberty
Troy Bunch, Miss Lily
Margaret Anne Dawson, Small Red New Guinea Impatiens 2021
Noreene Janus, Mixed Doubles
Karen Schmitz, Simplicity
RSVP to the opening reception on November 11th at 4:30 pm here!
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Reminiscence by Inji Woo
Futura Bleu by Amy Woodhouse
Flight of the Maple Leaf by Eileen Yeager
Tower of Babel by Stacy Yochum
Celestial Sunrise by Guido Zanni
Colors Up the Tree by Lewis Smith
The Tuscan by Melanie Vacchio
Jugs by Steven Spayd
Broken Alphabet by Cristy West
Super Plant #2 by Marsha Staiger
Mars by Mary Westphal
Shenandoah Fall Sunrise by Carol Stalun
Beautiful Lady by Hae Soon Wethington
Proud Rooster by Melanie Z Stanley
I Dissent by Barbara Wilson
Hummingbird at Pink Flower by Kathrin Swoboda
New Norm by Nafia Syeed
Adventure by Liz Santulli
Golden Prancer by Nina Tisara
Simplicity by Karen Schmitz
Peacock by Alexandra Tolstoy
Grapes of Wrath-Oklahoma Panhandle by Wilford Scott
Starburst by Nancy Totten
Defiance by Sara Sittig
Dandelions by Patricia Uchello
The Couple by Christine Moerenhout- Hubloue
Ancestral Mapping by Sabiyha Prince
Kennedy Center at Night by Kathryn Mohrman
Jade by Alyse Radenovic
Backward glance by Carol Morgan
Fat Shaming by Michele Reday Cook
Adrift by David Mosher
Out of the Fire by Phyllis Roderer
Bantu Bombshell by Rashad Ali Muhammad
Amber Dreams by Doris Ross
Greek Cactus by Bridget Murphy
Birds of a Feather by Nilo Santiago
All Things Considered by Charlene Nield
Roses by the Window by Sally V Parker
The Princess and the Moor by Julie Miller
LightPaint No.41 by Keith Parks
Garden by Samuel C. Miller
Flamingo Pair by Kip Platto
Go around the world by Michiyo Mizuuchi
Riders In The Sky by Jane Podesta
Not Inside by Sharon Malley
Dance by Melissa Hentges
Ancients by David Mann
Sunflowers by Pattee Hipschen
Love Me by Jane Mann
Mixed Doubles by Noreene Janus
Sonata by Carolyn Marshall Wright
Between the Lines by Connie Keith
Breakthrough by Claudia McBurney
Light is Among You by Hyesuk Kong
Back of the Kimono by Jane McElvany-Coonce
Secrets in the Dunes by Camille Kouyoumdjian
Lilies by Dale McGrath
Good Host by Liz LaGarde
Meet the Juror
International curator and founder of 11:Eleven gallery, Nicola Charles was born in London, England in 1980. Nicola began her early career in the Relationship Management team at Christies Auctioneers in London, before moving on to work in Professional Services for many years, eventually taking the plunge and re-joining the art world. Since then, Nicola gained her Curating certification at the prestigious Sotheby’s and has quickly made a name for herself in the UK where she is highly respected in the Industry. Nicola has successfully worked with reputable contemporary art organizations and galleries, including one of South London’s most notable Urban Art gallery, where she directed, managed and curated their most successful exhibition to date; A Journey Through Brutalism. Nicola also played a major role in the organization and execution of London’s largest urban art festival in 2018. As an ardent globetrotter, her travels have contributed immensely to her passion for the art industry, providing her with a broad and worldly outlook within the Arts realm. This combined passion has led her to Washington D.C. where she now lives and founded 11:Eleven gallery which opened its doors on 11 November 2019.
- 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 are free to enter any current work made within 5 years.
Works are chosen by the selected juror’s curatorial vision and aesthetic.
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