Annual Juried Member Show 2020

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The Ridgefield Guild of Artists

10th Annual Juried Member Show

Juror: Adrienne Ruger Conzelman

 

 

 

Juror: Adrienne Ruger Conzelman of ARC Fine Art LLC

 

 

Adrienne Ruger Conzelman is the founder and director of ARC Fine Art, a private contemporary art gallery in Fairfield, CT. ARC Fine Art represents over thirty artists who range from the newly emerging to the most established in their field. Since its inception in 2009, the gallery has mounted more than 40 solo and group exhibitions in its Connecticut gallery, as well as in Pop-Up spaces in New York City, Amagansett, NY, Shelter Island, NY and Charleston, SC.  In addition to being a full service gallery, ARC Fine Art offers complete advisory services for both the new and seasoned collector, enriched through educational programming and private tours of museums, galleries, and artist studios. Adrienne holds a BA in Art History from Hamilton College and a Masters in Art History from Williams College, with a concentration in American painting from 1770 to 1970. In addition, she has received a certificate in Appraisal Studies from New York University and has completed coursework in the field of contemporary art at the Museum of Modern Art, Sotheby’s, and Christie’s. Between 1995 and 1997, Conzelman worked as a specialist in the American Paintings Department at Christie’s. From 1998 to 2002, she researched and wrote a private collection catalogue titled, After the Hunt: The Art Collection of William B. Ruger, published by Stackpole Books in 2002. She has also held numerous volunteer positions at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Williams College Museum of Art, the Emerson Art Gallery, and the Whitney Gallery of Western Art. Conzelman recently served a Trustee of Hamilton College for which she has curated two alumni artist’s exhibitions in 2000 and 2010 in New York City.

 

The deadline to apply has closed.

Congratulations to the accepted artists!

 

 

Sally Aldrich Ocean’s Depths Watercolor
Richard Alexander Going North Oil on linen panel
Joyce Andersen Fish Traps in French Polynesia acrylic
Joyce Andersen Barn on Mormon’s Row Acrylic
Frederick Bannerot IV Reflections on Maine Acrylic
Daniel Barrett Probably Not Acrylic on canvas
Cindy Bernier Pennies From Heaven Acrylic on canvas
Nancy Breakstone Fog on Saugatuck Reservoir Photograph on Archival Paper
Michael Brennecke Harvey’s Shadow Oil on panel
Janine Brown Pattern Play XVII Acrylic
Janine Brown Pattern Play XII Acrylic
Miggs Burroughs Wrapture Lenticular
Eric Camiel Spiral reduced Aluminum
Heidi Lewis Coleman Beginnings Acrylic on Canvas
Laure Dunne Duxbury Bay #1 Pigment print on 100% cotton fiber, acid-free fine art paper
Patti Goldberg Ettinger Low Lying Fog archival pigment print
Patti Goldberg Ettinger Night #1 archival pigment print
Susan Fehlinger Bridgeport Green Oil on canvas
Ronnie Gold Fast Forward pastel with underpainting
Martin Gold Time to Go in Cartagena Color Photograph
Martin Gold Cartagena Sunset Color Photograph
Marilyn Gordon Blue-eyed Beauty Colored pencil
Michelle Grosjean Brewster Bamboo Walk Watercolor
Michelle Grosjean Brewster The Peony Visitor Ink and watercolor on rice paper
Diana Gubbay Falling Leaves Digital and photographic print on wood
Diana Gubbay Blue Star Limited edition archival print
Diana Gubbay Red Sun limited edition archival print
Jean Krasno Miles Davis Plays: If They asked me, I Could Write a Book mixed media: collage, old torn lithographs, oil pastel and pencil
Fruma Markowitz The King’s Pardes Photograph
Fruma Markowitz Guardian of the Kasbah Photograph
Fruma Markowitz Trekking the Sahara Photograph
Elisa Marmer Sunset Over Blackfish Creek oil
Michael Mielech Weir Farm Hut Archival Glicee print
Meredith Mulhearn Hollow #1 Gesso & Fabric Stiffener on Canvas
Erin Nazzaro A Burst of Color! Acrylic on canvas
Erin Nazzaro Gentle Souls Acrylic on canvas
Keven Nelson Ailes Photograph
Julie O’Connor Birds in the Snow, Vienna Digital Archival Photograph Sublimated to Aluminum
Julie O’Connor Salvador Dali was Here Digital Archival Photograph Sublimated to Aluminum
Barbara O’Shea Couplings Photography
Patricia Pedraza Radical Radish Paper
Don Perley The Colorworks oil on canvas
Kelly Rossetti The Path Acrylic & Charcoal on Canvas
Kelly Rossetti Grounded Acrylic, Gouache and Graphite on Canvas
Roberta Shea Land, Sea, and Sky Oil
Lisa Silberman Broken Connections Photograph on Archival Paper
Henry Spitz High Octane Metal & Wood
George Stewart Crop Rows Oil on canvas
Pamela Stoddart Over and Under Acrylic
Pamela Stoddart Color Box acrylic on canvas
Rick Tango Lakeside Fall Impressions Canvas Print mounted on stretcher boards
Eric Urquhart The Fisherman Photograph
David Verespy Winter Abstraction #10 Photograph on Metal
David Verespy Winter Abstraction #4 Photograph on metal
Rachel Volpone Outside Chance mixed media on paper
Rachel Volpone Dreamcatcher mixed media on paper
Rachel Volpone Copper Cave mixed media on paper
Alice Walsh Mostly Red Paper, glue, acrylic paint on canvas
Jackeuline Walters Glorious Mixed Media, Batik and Acrylic on Canvas
Roy Weinstein Beautiful Exposure Photo on German Etching Paper
Roy Weinstein Soothing Colors Print on German Etching Paper
J Scott Williams Dune Journey digital photo
J Scott Williams Through the Banyans digital photo
Nancy C Woodward Morning Fog Photograph, Archival inkjet print
Nancy C Woodward Sisters Digital photography, Archival inkjet print
Nancy C Woodward Solidarity Digital photography, Archival inkjet print
Marc Zaref Enso welded steel
Marc Zaref 3 Planes 2 Lines welded steel
George Zipparo Beauty & The Beast Oil

 

 

Important Dates:

Please note, these dates will be changing

  • Deadline to apply online through EntryThingy.com: Saturday, February 29 at 11:59 pm
  • Notification of Accepted Works will be posted by Friday, March 6 via our website by 9pm: www.rgoa.org.
  • Drop-off of Accepted Works: Friday, March 13, 2–4pm and Saturday, March 14, 2–4 pm
  • Opening Reception: Saturday, March 21, 4 – 6 pm
  • Final View and closing: Sunday, April 26, 2 – 4. Work may be picked up from 4 – 6.
  • Pick-up of unsold work*: Monday, April 27 from 2-4 and Tuesday, April 28 from 5 -7.
  • *All work must be picked up during regular pick-up hours. A $20 late fee will be applied for work left after regular pick up times. NO 
EXCEPTIONS. If you cannot make these pick-up times, please make arrangements with a friend or family member to pick up your work for you within the time frames given. The Guild cannot be responsible for work left behind.

 

Criteria

Submission through EntryThingy – Photos must be uploaded in jpg format. The maximum file size is 5mb, minimum file size is 900kb and the minimum image width is 500px in any direction.

Work can be up to 64 x 64 inches, including the frame. Diptychs and Triptychs must be within the 64 x 64 inch restriction when assembled and sold as one piece unless the artist pays a fee for each separate piece.

Pieces should be well presented and properly framed when appropriate. Wall hung work must be securely wired (braided wire only) and ready to hang unless there is an artistic reason to use another method. Saw-tooth hangers are not allowed and all work must be secure within the frame. Artwork submitted with these or other non-professional presentations will not be accepted.

Sculpture must be fully assembled and secured to a stable base and weigh no more than 150lbs. Sculpture dimensions can be up to 36×36 inches wide with a maximum height of 72 inches, including the base.

All artwork must be for sale. 
Be sure your prices are correct, there will be no changes made after acceptance.

Recent pieces please! Work should have been created no earlier than 2017. Work already shown at the Guild will not be eligible.

All work must be dry and we will check to assure this. It will not be accepted.

Be sure your information is correct at the time of delivery and registering. Changes will not be allowed after the fact.

 

For accepted artists:

The Guild’s 3-part entry form will be available to fill out when you bring your work for receiving.

All work must be hand delivered within the drop-off time period. No work will be accepted after the time period is over. No work will be accepted by mail.

All work must remain for the duration of the show. No work may be removed for any reason before the closing.

At the end of the show all work must be picked-up during the stated time periods. Any work left at the Guild after pick-up has ended is subject to a $20 storage fee. If the artist cannot pick up, we will allow someone else to do it with the artist’s permission.

 

RGOA Policies/Sales & Indemnity

We reserve the right to refuse any accepted entries that are 1) improperly framed and/or 2) misrepresented in the photo submission.

Terms: 1) The Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Inc. (RGA) agrees to handle all exhibitors’ work with care and caution; however, RGA is not responsible for damage to or theft of any work brought for exhibit or left at the Guild after the duration of the show. 2) Sales Commission: 60% to artist, 40% to RGA. By submitting online, you agree to RGA’s terms and conditions, which is required for participation in an RGA exhibit. 3) Sale of any work that has hung in the gallery as a part of this exhibition must be processed through the Guild for a period of 60 days following the conclusion of the show if the buyer saw the work during the exhibition.