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Members Exhibition Artists

Congratulations to the following artists who were selected for this year’s Members Exhibition:

CALENDAR NEW RE-EDITPeter S. Arakawa
Richard Begbie
Walter Chandoha
Patricia Cudd
John G. Darab
Liz Demaree
Sally Dougan
Edward Evans
John Henry
Rita Herzfeld
Kevin Hinkle
Anne Kantor Kellett
Dorine Lerner
Judith A. Lieberman
Lisa Heilman Lomauro
Zig Mantell
Laura McClanahan
Mare McClellan
Betsy Meyer-Donadio
Florence Moonan
Paul M. Murray
Duckhee Judy Noh
Beth O’Grady
Katrina Plaster
Donald W. Robinson
Sharon Sayegh
Nancy Schmidt
Judith Shevell
Pamela Shipley
Elena Stokes
Robert Sussna
Andrea Zinn

Juror

Dr. Kirsten M. Jensen is the Gerry & Marguerite Lenfest Chief Curator at the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. In addition to overseeing the museum’s permanent collection, Jensen has curated a number of exhibitions including: The Rodin Legacy and The Artist in the Garden (2014); Iron & Coal, Petroleum & Steel: The Steidle CollectionBlanket Statements: New Quilts by Kaffe Fassett, and its companion exhibition, Pattern Pieces: Can You Make a Quilt out of Wood? (2015). Current exhibitions include Philadelphia in Style: A Century of Fashion and Oh Panama! Jonas Lie Paints the Panama Canal, which is currently on view at the Hudson River Museum in Yonkers, New York, and comes to the Michener in June. Upcoming exhibitions include The Death of Impressionism?: Disruption and Innovation in Art (November 2016), Charles Sheeler: Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form (March 2017), and Magical & Real: Henriette Wyeth and Peter Hurd, A Retrospective (December 2017), co-organized with the Roswell Museum and Arts Center in Roswell, New Mexico. Jensen received her PhD in American art from the Graduate Center, City University of New York, in 2007.

Eligibility

All current members of the Hunterdon Art Museum are invited to submit up to five images of work completed in the last five years, and not previously exhibited
at the Museum. Two-dimensional work must not exceed 82 inches in height or width, including frames. Three-dimensional work may not weigh more than 75 pounds, or measure more than 82 inches in height or 30 inches in width or depth. Those who are not current members may join when applying to the exhibition.

Reproduction

The Hunterdon Art Museum reserves the right to reproduce any work accepted for the exhibition for use in publicity materials.

Delivery and Return

All work must be hand-delivered, in ready-to-exhibit condition to the Museum, by the dates outlined in the calendar. The Museum will provide insurance for works that are physically present at the Museum or under the care, custody or control of an authorized HAM employee or representative, for the insurance value stated unless otherwise advised. Artists are responsible for insurance during transport to and from the Museum.

NOTE: The Museum will produce a postcard announcement for the exhibition. Artists who wish to produce individual announcement cards may do so at their own expense; however, any such cards must be clearly identified as a product of the artist, not the Museum.


 

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