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September 2019 Zeitgeist Exhibit

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zeit·geist /noun: The defining spirit or mood of a particular period of history as shown by the ideas and beliefs of the time.

Artists throughout history have captured the spirit of their time in a variety of visual ways, acting as bellwethers for the current cultural climate. Similarly they serve as historians by preserving the pathos of eras gone by.

 

Artists are encouraged to submit work that captures what they view as the “spirit of the times” be it current or past. 

View the show on our Flickr page!

 

The Art League Award for Best in Show

Tara Barr, Mixtape

 

Honorable Mentions

Judy Antico, Speedway

Joan Bevelaqua, Remains

Ellen Delaney, Far from the Madding Crowd

John Gosling, Gentrification

Aurele Gould, Rise and Fall

Georgette Grossman, Dinner Conversation

Aletha Kuschan, Food for Thought

Maureen Minehan, Waiting for a New Day

Maureen Rabinovitz, Morning News

Nancy Ramsey, Separation    

Meet the Juror

Zoey Frank

Zoey Frank (b. 1987, Boulder, CO) received her MFA in painting from Laguna College of Art and Design after studying for four years with Juliette Aristides at Gage Academy of Art. She has received numerous honors and awards, including three Elizabeth Greenshields grants, the Avigdor Arikha Memorial International Residency Scholarship, the Artist’s Magazine All Media Competition Grand Prize, the Hudson River Fellowship, and scholarships from the Albert K. Murray Foundation, the Stacey Foundation, and the Art Renewal Center. Her work has been featured in publications such as Fine Art Connoisseur, American Art Collector, International Artist Magazine, Artist’s Magazine, and Southwest Art. Frank has exhibited in galleries across the United States, England, and The Netherlands.

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