VIRTUAL JURIED ART SHOW
June 7 - July 31, 2021 | Online Only
The Juried Art Exhibit is virtual this year. Click the link below to view the show. NEW this year - BUY ART directly from the website. People's Choice voting will be on festival weekend June 26th: 10am - June 27th: 4pm. Come back again to vote for your favorite piece. Thank you to all of the artists who entered the show and congratulations to the winners!
You can purchase a piece of art directly from the website. You will receive an email about how to pick up your work at the ShoreLake Arts Gallery or have your art shipped to you (for an extra fee).
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Juror's Choice Winners
1st Place: Huey Lee
The Life of Him, Ceramics
2nd Place: Marc Bridger
Metaverse: The Catastrophe of Nostalgia, Oil on Canvas
3rd Place: Mercer Hanau
Pre-Quarantine, Two-layer Woodcut Print
2-D/3-D Honorable Mentions
Eileen McMackin: Along Lake Annecy, Watercolor
Erik Sullivan: You just got here though, Oil on Canvas
Greta Burco: St. Remy,
Acrylic on Canvas
Roxanne Everett: Schoodic Woods,
Acrylic on Paper
Don Farrell: Beyond,
Acrylic Glazes on Panel
Kristin Frost: Alone Together,
Graphite and Colored Pencil on Paper
Juror's Choice Winners
1st Place: Mel Curtis
Donna's Dress, Nemours
2nd Place: Sonya Lang
Crow Spirit Guide
3rd Place: Justin O'Keith Higgs
Photography Honorable Mentions
Bob Birnbaum: Early Morning
Scott Fenton: Tranquility
John Korvell: Duck Boat
People's Choice Awards
Fox Love, San Juan Island, WA
West Coast Gem
Triplets in White
Oil on Canvas
Thanks to everyone who voted and congratulations
to the winners!
Gale Johansen: 2D & 3D Art
It is my honor to be a juror for this year's festival - woodcuts, quilling, stone or metal sculptures, collage, traditional or abstract paintings, or just the creative imaginings of the artist are all presented. Some selections convey an atmosphere or documentation of a time and place, while others spark deeper thought and interpretation by the viewer.
Art can elicit a serene and peaceful response, communicate a message, or excite and spark further dialogue. A strong composition, proficient technique, or unexpected viewpoint or idea deserve special consideration. My congratulations to all the artists and best wishes for continued success and growth.
Norman E. Riley: Photography
Because there was no theme prescribed for submissions to this year's show, all of the entries in photography were judged on equal footing and all are worthy of special recognition in my opinion. Every entry was proficient insofar as photographic technique is concerned, and more than a few were refreshing because they offered interesting perspectives on familiar subjects, because they were composed in ways that drew attention to the main subject without disregarding other details essential to understanding and appreciating the context in which the primary subject was found or arranged, or because they were unusual in some notable respect.
The photographs I favored in the end were those I returned to multiple times. These particular images are exceptionally well-executed, and held my interest for reasons of atmosphere, technical prowess, elegance, or raw power. Each transcends the usual superficial qualities we expect in photography by communicating something beyond the contours of the subject itself and more profound than the circumstance in which the subject occurred. All make an impression that will be remembered long after this year’s exhibit closes. I extend my warmest thanks and congratulations to everyone who submitted photographic art this year. I look forward to seeing more from you in the future.