Ridgefield High School Exhibition 2018

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Cloud Skating, Luke Faillaci


7th Annual Juried Ridgefield High School Exhibition 2018

at the Ridgefield Guild of Artists

March 17 – April 15, 2018


Notification Letter

It was a pleasure going through all the artwork from the sophomore and junior classes. It’s so interesting and satisfying to see fresh, new thought portrayed through drawing, collage, photograph, painting, sculpture or a mix of media. Congratulations to all who submitted work; you are actively engaging yourself in the art community around you. This year the opening of the show will coincide with the Guild’s Member Show so there will be many people viewing your work as well as an opportunity for you to see the artwork of local artists. Should be lots of fun! Please bring your family and friends to the opening; refreshments will be served.

We are asking all accepted artists to bring in two pieces. We will be awarding prizes, but will make the decision after the artwork is dropped off at the Guild. Cash Awards are for First and Second Prizes; Honorable Mentions will also be given. Notification of awards will be prior to the Opening Reception.


Please bring the following pieces to the Guild during the drop off times (see below).

Sophia Behunick – Coy Fish, image # 1546

Nicole Bottone – Expectation, head portrait with Japanese Signature

Micah Clay – Geometric Abstraction, Protect the Environment

Madelyn Dec – Line Drawing Sculpture, Vase Drawing

Dennis Dowding – From the Ground, Layers

Luke Faillaci – Cloud Skating, Sugar

Kenzie Fowler – Gun Control, California on Fire

Gracie Girvalo – Resilience, Life and Death

Will Hooker – Still Life Value, Rugops Primus

Tina Kinbourne – Thoughts, Disconnected

Aakanksha Koppisetti – Blast Off, Face

David McCue – Artificial Growth

Nikki Rdzanek – Close Up, Charlie in NY

Matthew Sorgie – Emergence, Reflections

Harini Vel – Self Portrait, Bamboo

Ryan Wadhwa – Scary Project, StanLee Cup

Olivia Wieland – Beauty is a Manifestation, Jennifer


Important Dates and Times

Drop off of Accepted Work: Thursday, Friday, Saturday, March 8, 9, and 10 from 12 – 4 p.m.

at The Ridgefield Guild of Artists, 34 Halpin Lane, (203) 438-8863

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 17 from 4 – 6 p.m. Awards Ceremony at 5 p.m.

Exhibition Run: From Saturday, March 17 through Sunday, April 15.

Gallery Hours are Wednesday through Sunday from 12 – 4 p.m.

Pick-up of Artwork after the exhibition close: Sunday, April 15 from 4-6 p.m., Monday, April 16 from 12-4 p.m. and Tuesday, April 17 from 4-6 p.m. ***PLEASE REMEMBER TO PICK UP YOUR ARTWORK; THE GUILD WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LEFT PIECES.



When you submit your entry materials to the exhibition, you consent to the Ridgefield Guild of Artists the right to reproduce work selected for the exhibition in RGA promotional materials.



The commission rate for work sold is 80% for the artists and 20% to the Guild. The Guild will take the greatest possible care with all submitted works but will not be responsible for damage to or loss of work submitted, exhibited, or left unclaimed. Submitting your art to this show is an agreement to abide by this paragraph.

If you have a problem getting your work in during the receiving hours please contact Cindi Mullins at RGAstudentshow@gmail.com and we will try to arrange another time.

We are looking forward to a great show and hope to see you all at the Opening Reception!

Cindi Mullins and Chris Perry, Jurors