Combining Camaraderie with Creativity
The Albemarle County Courthouse exhibit at 501 Jefferson Street not only provides continuous exhibit space for CVWG members but also promotes education about a variety of mediums. The exhibit changes quarterly. In 2017 the changeover dates are January 23, April 24, July 24, and October 23.
The April show will be judged by Dr. Julie May, a faculty member at the School of Continuing and Professional Studies at the University of Virginia. Julie holds a Master’s degree and a Ph.D. in Art History from Virginia Commonwealth University.All participants will receive written comments about their paintings. Four $50 Merit prizes will be given as well as one First Time Courthouse Entrant award. In addition three Honorable Mentions will be chosen with no cash award.
In addition, only for the April Show:
Delivering and Picking up work:
All work must be delivered to and picked up from the courthouse on the changeover date. No exceptions.
Concierge and Walk in delivery: 9:30 – 11:15 a.m. at High Street entrance (see map). Remember to bring two completed labels, and sign in/sign out your work.
Receiving and Hanging:
FIRST TIME ENTRANT:
“Battered But Still Good” by Sylvia F. Gibbs
“Silent City” by Eloise Gardiner Giles
“Rooflines” by Julia Kindred
“Colorscope #12” by Etta Harman Levin
“Spring Effervescent” by Jane Matthews
“Robert’s Mountain Road, Nelson County, Virginia” by Mary Ann Steele
“Sunset Over the Outer Banks” by Anne de la Tour Hopper
“Roadside Market” by Marcy Springett
“Magnolias” by Susan Stover
There was a tie for the People’s Choice Award:
#17 Harold Hallock “Ffwrd Aur”
#25 Sue Linthicum. “White Pitcher”
Mark Collins judged 33 entries making comments and selecting those who earned an award. Thank you Mark! CONGRATULATIONS to the Winners!
Merit Awards ($50)
Eloise Gardiner Giles, Woodshed
Adella Langham, Vanishing Grandeur
Etta Harmon Levin, Blue Ridge
Windy Payne, Man in the Middle
Carolyn Ratcliffe, Crab Tree Falls
Jean Botts, Looking Out/ Grand Tetons
Liz Bruns, Underground
Mary Ann Friedman, Bejeweled II
Juror’s Award for First Time Entrant
Victoria Dibbern, Bird Nest