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Juror:  N. Elizabeth Schlatter is Deputy Director and Curator of Exhibitions at the University of Richmond Museums, Virginia.  She received her B.A. in art history from Southwestern University in Texas, and her M.A. in art history from George Washington University.  She has curated more than 20 exhibitions, including recent exhibitions of art by Carl Chiarenza, Andreas Feininger, Hans Friedrich Grohs, Sue Johnson, and Fiona Ross, and the traveling exhibition "LEADED: the Materiality and Metamorphosis of Graphite."  As an independent curator and writer, she has organized exhibitions for contemporary art spaces in the mid-Atlantic region, and has authored several articles and essays for Focus and Photovision magazines, the National Women in the Arts Bulletin, and the American National Biography (Oxford University Press), among others.  She is also author of Museum Careers: A Practical Guide for Novices and Students (Left Coast Press, Inc) and the on-line publication Become an Art Curator (  Prior to working at the University of Richmond she was an exhibitions project director for the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) in Washington, D.C.
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The Frederick Gallery National Exhibit "Small Works"
November 29th, 2009 - January 29th, 2010
Opening Reception December 4th & January 8th.
2005-2011 See copyright notice below.
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by Carolyn Beever

Sunrise Over Green Sea - watercolor by Nancy B Brittle Honorable Mention Award, Lemon Meringue - oil on board by Shirley Whelan Watchful - acrylic by Carol Phifer First Turn - oil by Tom Linden Quiet Morning - watercolor by Karen Richards
Jazz Enthusiast - oil by Cheryl Bosch Ceebs Glide - acrylic by Betsy Glassie Woman on Wire - watercolor by Bev Bley Hummingbirds and Orioles - oil on canvas by Nancy Ruby Anna 2 - oil by Cheryl Bosch Ceebs
Going to Market - oil by Leah Fromer Listening for Robins - digital printingmaking by Robert S Hunter Heartfelt - mixed media by Jill Powell Purple Iris - oil by Julie Hart The Chinese Cache Pot - ink and watercolors by Gisele Child Olmsted 1st Place Award, Sweet - Sacred Flesh I - oil on canvas by Kim Truesdale Silhouettes - oil by John S Corrao
Gallery Room - photo on watercolor paper by Joshua F Gomez Cohasse Five - oil on board by Shirley Whelan Face Scrubber Study I - found plastic and metal by Corey Ackelmire 3rd Place Award, Face Scrubber Study 2 - found plastic and metal by Corey Ackelmire Hot Cereal Box Pledge No 3 - mixed media by John Nichols ReGenerations - linocut mixed media by Anne Timpano
Winters Eve - photography by Jack Lynham Rappahannock Red Doors - photo collage by Maura Harrison Sail Away - acrylic by Barbara Taylor Hall In the Beginning - watercolor by Meg Martin Bird and Fish - ink and watercolor by Gisele Child Olmsted Salade Nicoise 14 - encaustic, metal leaf on wood by Marsha Heidbrink Keyboard Thoughts - watercolor by Sue Henderson
Celestrial Power - watercolor and ink by Rita Rose Apter and Rae Rose Cohen Party Time - acrylic collage mixed by Millie A Lane Red Beads - acrylic by Kathleen Willingham Tangle - charcoal and pastel by Phyllis Grandszus Figs - oil by Leigh Ann Foster Rolling Along - acrylic by Kay Layne Summer's End - digital photography by Susan Kreig
Windswept at River Farm - oil by Lynn Mehta Electrified 2 - silver gelatin print by Robert T Greene Bird - mixed media by Rachel Bounds Dawdle - earthenware by Ron Geibel Honorable Mention Award, Electrified 4 - silver gelatin print by Robert T Greene First Impression - acrylic on canvas by Don Michael Jr
2nd Place Award, Puppy In Motion - photography by Sandy Leigh Skipper Honorable Mention Award, Sighting - archival ink on paper by Jenny Zoe Casey Mountain Skyway - watecolor and ink by Rita Rose Apter and Rae Rose Cohen
Barbara - photography by Peter C Frederick Child with Basket - watercolor by Paula Raudenbush Honorable Mention Award, The Looker - yupo watercolor by Sue Henderson Sophie - photography by Peter C Frederick
Untitled I - silver gelatin photograph by Andrew Zimmermann Face Scrubber Study 3 - found plastic and metal by Corey Ackelmire Pink on the Porch - digital photography by Susan Drieg
[Images courtesy of Artists and Carolyn Beever.]
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If you are an artist who has been accepted into this exhibit and would like an image of your accepted artwork considered for display on this website, please send your digital image ONLY to to Jeanne Tanks.  If you are an FCCA Member, you may also send your web address along with digital of accepted artwork, if you'd also like it displayed.

  Previous Exhibits

Nov 09 - Secret Places

Oct 09 - October Regional

Sept 09 - Layers

Aug 09 - August Regional

July 09 - Connections

June 09 - Visual Melodies

May 09 - Fine Line

April 09 - April Regional

March 09 - Powerful & Fragile Earth

Feb 09 - February Regional

December 08 & January 09 - Color of Money

Nov 08 - Child's Eye View

Oct 08 - October Regional

Sept 08 - Personal Commentaries

Aug 08 - August Regional

July 08 - July Celebration

June 08 - Student Show & Invitational

May 08 - May Reclamation

April 08 - April Regional

March 08 - March Fragments

Feb 08 - February Regional

December 07 & January 08 - Small Works

December 06 & January 07 - Patterns of Life


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