We had an outstanding response to our call for entries, and therefore there were twice as many entries as the gallery can hold for this show! We were delighted with the interest, but sorry that space constraints limited the number of entrants and pieces that could be included in this show.
The following artists/pieces have been accepted for the exhibit (listed alphabetically by artist last name):
Bethany Aldrich, FlutterFly
Kait Armstrong, Love Always
Lanette Baker, Natures Beauty
Rachel Benoit, Sweet Summertime
Rebecca Bense, Roy G.Biv in Corea, Maine
Greta Boesel, Songscape: Flight of the Bumblebee (Rimsky-Korsakov)
Mary Borowski, Summer Garden, a la Monet
Suza Lambert Bowser, Through the Window
Alice Breisch, Untitled, wire, beads and slate
Joseph Breisch, The Whale Pushes the Boat
Thomas Breisch, Two Clouds and a Rainbow
Sarah Breisch, Mother and Child
Adrienne Camfield, Young Skaters and Loveable Dog
Richards Free Library After School Program, Rainbow Flowers Community Mobile
Moriah Churchill-Calkins, Crows in the Living Room
Becky Cook, Whimsy 2
Candace Crawford, Rainbow Forest
Elizabeth D’Amico, Horizons
Mary Lou Deshais, Untitled, woven seed beads with tassels
Paula Dorr, Sunset, Gooch’s Beach Kennebunkport
Patty Fazio, Haight Ashbury Busk Boys
Fiona Fraser, Blue Rainbow
Gwen Fuller, Stream Dream
Shawna Gibbs, Love Wins, 2003/2019
Jessica Gilcreast, Untitled, Fused glass rainbow panel
Nancy Graham, Summer of 1969, Roy G. Biv goes to Woodstock
Sandra Grant, The Blue Heron
Christine R. Hawkins, Land Forms
Susan Hofstetter, Happy Guitar
Biddy Irwin, All the Colors of the Rainbow Around My Neck
Marlene Jenks, Oh my, What do you spy?
Paula Johnson, Colorful Sun
Rod Keller, Departure
Rod Keller, Collage of Many Colors
Thomas Kelley, Color Wheel Mandala
James Lantz, Mill Pond
Susan Lawrence, Autumn Glory
Gillian Martlew, I’m on a Shirt
Abigail McCoy, Daria
Gracelynn Mehta, The Rainbow Snowman
Sumeet Mehta, Chapters of Life
Dulcey Miller, Over The Rainbow
Venita Nudd, Bamboo Flash
Rebecca Powell, Color Dispersion
Susan Rock, Glacier Jewels
Christopher Rollins, Summertime
Candy Saindon, Untitled, wool
Marjorie Salvatore, Two Jumping Rabbits
Marcia Santore, Dance of Delight
Yvonne Shukovsky, July Melody
Alan Shulman, Kaleidoscope
Jeff Spiegel, All That Jazz
Jennifer Stark, Moving Through
Ann Stout, Windy Palm, Aruba
Alison Vernon, Rainbow Birches
Andrew Wohl, Balloons and Erasers
Sharon Zimmermann, Inky the Octopus
This show will run Saturday, May 4 through Thursday, July 25, with an opening reception Friday, May 3, 5-7pm. We would love to have you, your family and friends at the opening reception!
Drop-off for pieces accepted for the exhibit will be Fri. Apr. 26, 11:00-4:00pm and Sat. Apr. 27, 10am – 2pm.
**If you are not able to drop your work off during these times, please make an appointment now to drop them off before these dates.
All accepted works must be labeled with artist’s name, address, title of work, medium, price and be “exhibition ready” for hanging or display. Unsure of what “exhibition ready” means? Please click HERE.
The Library Arts Center will provide inventory forms for each artist to sign at drop off; details on exhibition included on that form are listed below.
We encourage you to fill out the inventory form before you arrive, if at all possible. Click below for a printable Inventory form to drop off with your artwork. If you don’t have a printer, know there will be some copies you can fill out in the gallery upon drop-off.
* Each piece displayed in the gallery is insured by the LAC for 70% of its sale value up to $2,500. Pieces that exceed this value will only be insured up to $2,500 in value.
* All pieces in this exhibit are expected to remain on display for the duration of the exhibit, per Library Arts Center policy, artwork is not to be taken out of the gallery early by the artist, or by a purchaser.
* Pick up of work will be on dates AFTER the close of the exhibit: Friday, July 26, 11am-4pm and Saturday, July 27, 10am-12pm. Artwork included in this exhibit must remain on exhibit for the duration of the show and may not be picked up early.
* Artwork prices set by artists should include the 30% commission to the Library Arts Center. Artists will be paid for sold works at the end of the exhibit.
All participating artists are encouraged to attend the opening reception if possible. We hope to see you there! The opening is free and open to the public, and we encourage you to invite friends, family & fellow artists. There will be refreshments and live music at this community celebration of your creative work.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Library Arts Center office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-863-3040.