84th Juried Art Exhibition.
Meet the Artists
Artists with works in the 84th Annual Phillips’ Mill Art Exhibition will greet visitors during the show. View the complete list of dates and times artists are scheduled to be at the Mill.
Accepted Artists Announced
The accepted artists for the 2013 Exhibition have been selected by the jury. Click on the link for the category to view the list:
Patron and Committee Award Winners
Benefactors of the Phillips’ Mill 84th Annual Art Show were treated to a preview reception September 19 at Phillips’ Mill. There was an opening reception and awards ceremony on September 20, and the Art Show opened to the public on September 21.
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The Phillips’ Mill Art Committee has selected the jury for the 2013 84th Juried Art Exhibition.
Painting and Graphics
Jeanne Dobie is a nationally-known watercolorist, juror, and author.
Tricia Fagan is the Gallery Director and Curator of The Gallery at Mercer County Community College.
Sheldon Strober is a painter, printmaker, and curator.
Ayami Aoyama is a sculptor and art instructor.
Patricia Goodrich is a sculptor, author, and educator.
The Phillips’ Mill Art Committee has chosen Richard Lennox as the “Honored Artist” for the 2013, 84th Juried Art Exhibition.
Richard Lennox of Erwinna, Pennsylvania began painting in grade school. In the late 1990’s Richard sold the family business, Lennox Furniture (near Lambertville) so that he could paint full-time.
Lennox graduated from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in 1966. There he was influenced by his teachers Hobson Pitman, Walter Steumpfig and others. Since then he has been exhibiting his oil paintings in Philadelphia, Bucks County and beyond.
Richard states “Painting for me is about light, memory and the senses. It is also a contagion of shapes and forms, horizontal and vertical, stability, rhythms, tonal contrast, volume, textures, that catch the light. Sometimes elements are inventions: buildings, sky, seasons, etc., they are used to try and gather unity that might not otherwise exist. The Delaware Valley has been my visual source.”
A painting of Richard’s choosing will appear in the 84th Art Exhibition.