Art Exhibition 2011

Exibitions

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The 82nd Annual Phillips’ Mill Juried Art Exhibition will open its doors to the public on Saturday, September 24. This is a very prestigious and well known art exhibition as it is the first and most continuous art event which exhibits only the works of Delaware Valley artists. This show is considered by many to be an excellent way to view the works of this areas very best artists, as it only accepts artists living within a 25 mile radius of Phillips’ Mill. The Exhibition which takes place each fall is not only a favorite with local art aficionados, but also draws collectors and gallery owners from New York, Philadelphia, New Jersey and other areas. All of the art which includes framed pieces, sculpture and unframed Portfolio works are for sale offering everyone an excellent opportunity to purchase wonderful art.

Each year the Art Committee welcomes artists working in a wide variety of media and styles thus keeping the annual event fresh and interesting. The exhibited art includes oils, watercolors, prints, mixed media, drawings and sculpture and represents both modern and abstract as well as traditional styles. The art exhibited is carefully selected by a panel of jurors which changes annually and is made up of artists and art educators. This years jurors for Painting and Graphics included artists Frank Rivera, Siv Spurgeon and Bob Milnazik. The jurors for Sculpture were sculptors Charles Wells and Dana Stewart.

It is at the discretion of these jurors to select the artists who will receive a variety of cash awards. This year 361 artists submitted their works of which 91 framed pieces and 15 pieces of sculpture were accepted. There were 20 awards presented representing over $10,000 in prize money.

Phillips’ Mill 82nd Annual Juried Art Exhibition will open its’ doors to the public on Saturday, September 24 and run through Saturday, October 29, 2011. The show is open daily from 1-5pm. Adults-$4 Seniors-$3 Students-$2. The Exhibition is held at the Historic Phillips’ Mill, 2619 River Rd. 1 ½ miles north of New Hope, PA.

Award Winners 2011

Patrons’ Award for Painting
Sandra Flood of Frenchtown, NJ

Patrons’ Award for Drawing, Pastel or Printmaking
Maurice Galimidi of Ewing, NJ

Patrons’ Award for Sculpture
Lisa Naples of Doylestown, PA

Phillips’ Mill Art Committee Award in Honor of Bill Novak
Sandra L. Jones of Burlington, NJ

The Hughs Award to an Artist Exhibiting at Phillips’ Mill for the First Time
Mic Boekelmann of Princeton, NJ

Paxson Hill Farm Award
Lori Quinque – Quinn of Perkiomenville, PA

Casimir A. and Jane P. Sienkiewicz Award for a
Traditional Painting in the Style of the New Hope School

Ray Overpeck of Telford, PA

Award for Work on Paper in Memory of Anita Groenendahl
given by Joseph and Anne Gardocki

Kathleen C. Wallace of Churchville, PA

Award for Painting in Memory of Arthur J. and Linda Ricker
Kelly Sullivan of Lambertville, NJ

The Harlov-Dalas Award for the Depiction of the Human Spirit
Mary Atlas of Princeton, NJ

Fred Beans Family of Dealerships Award for Watercolor
Kathleen Groom of Dayton, NJ

Award for Realistic Landscape of the Delaware Valley
given by William and Maureen Harvey

Robert J. Seufert of Fairless Hills, PA

Award for Oil Painting in Memory of Babette Martino
given by Paul and Harriet Gratz

Tracy Everly of Holland, PA

In Honor of Grace, Gus and Nola given by Kathy Schroeher and Jim Clare
Steve Zazenski of New Hope, PA

Crystal Springs Farm Award
Kass Morin Freeman of Lansdale, PA

Award for Abstract Painting in Memory of Julia Spedding
given by the Spedding Family

Nancy Shill of Newtown, PA

The Silverman Gallery Award for a
Bucks County Impressionist Landscape Painting

Bob Richey of Warminster, PA

The Crilley Family Award in Memory of Joseph Crilley
David Stier of Carversville, PA

Award in Loving Memory of Linda Slaughter for
Watercolor with a Bucks County Theme from the Tally Family

Sharon Egan of Washington Crossing, PA

Phillips’ Mill Community Association Award
in Honor of Harriet Gratz and Bruce Norman Long

Myhanh Bosse of Warrington, PA