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Juror:  Amie Oliver is both a nationally and internationally acclaimed exhibiting artist and art educator.  She received her BA in Art from Mississippi State University, MFA from Bowling Green State University and did postgraduate work at Tyler School of Art/Temple University and The Visual Studies Workshop @ SUNY/Brockport. She has received numerous awards, honors and fellowships as an artist, guest lecturer and teacher and has been awarded artist residencies Vermont, Virginia, France and Germany.  Her artwork has been exhibited throughout the U.S. and abroad including current projects at Capital One, in Richmond, VA: "Paper Journeys," an international exhibition she curated of artists who worked in Tibet and at Randolph Macon College in Ashland, VA:  "Artists and Writers," in which she was invited to collaborate with her husband Harry Kollatz, Jr for a group exhibition in early 2011. 
Ms Oliver's bio; press release

The Frederick Gallery National Exhibit "Transitions"
August 29th - September 24th, 2010
Opening Reception September 3.
2005-2011 See copyright notice below.
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Carolyn Beever
"Hilo Banyan Tree" -- watercolor by Bro Halff "Gabriel Horn" -- mixed media collage by Teresa Blatt "Burnt" -- photography by Larry Darnell "StillLife Bottles" -- ink and watercolor by Toni S Scott "Winter to Spring" -- photography by Norma Woodward 2nd Place awarded "Windy Day at Salt Pond Beach" -- watercolor by Bro Halff HM awarded "Darwin Did It" -- mixed media by Cathy Herndon
"Untitled" -- photo pigmented inkjet by Dave Magyar "A Fine Line" -- mixed media by Barbara Taylor Hall "Trojan Warrior" -- watermedia by Bev Bley "Turn Around" -- pigment print by Chuck Hernard "Ruins" -- oil and acrylic on canvas by Elvira Dimitrij "St Rita Patron Saint of Desperate Cases and Unhappily Married" -- oils by Diane Fitch "Reclamation" -- photo pigmented inkjet by Dave Magyar
"Urban Decay II" -- photography by Rachael Carroll HM awarded "From Matter to Spirit No 19" -- acrylic by Elizabether Leal "Dream Catcher" -- acrylic mixed media by Carol Baker "Two Beach Nudes" -- oil on paper by E Gregory Siler "Square One" -- mixed media by Darlene Wilkinson HM awarded "Going Home" -- mixed media by Dixie Erickson "Been to the Mountain Top" -- digigraph by Rita J Noe
"Board Fingers" -- photography by Kathryn Poplin-McGhee "Ice Mountains" -- gelatin silver print by David A Lovegrove "Dakini" -- acrylic by Ernie Fournet "Through Sands of Time" -- photography by Audrey Bruno "Little Lao Dancer 2" -- graphite by Ernie Fournet HM awarded "The Bathers" -- mixed media on paper by E Gregory Siler "St Dymphna Patron Saint of Epileptics, Sleep Walkers, and Mentally Ill" -- oils by Diane Fitch
"The Stairway" -- photography by Norma Woodward HM awarded "Cycle" -- black and white Silverpoint by Stephanie Green "Old Irish Inn" -- photography by Meryl Silver "Suicidal Meat Truck" -- cast paper by John Vinklarek "The Erosion of Time" -- photography by Luke Michaels 3rd Place awarded "Pond" -- fiber by Clairan Ferrono "Flow" -- photography by Kathryn Poplin-McGhee
"Persephone" -- digital printmaking by Robert S Hunter HM awarded "Electrified No 1" -- silver gelatin by Robert Greene "Sea Change" -- assemblage by Leslie Brier "Curious Jumble" -- tubular knit by Passle Helminski "Farmer Dixon's Field Turned Over" -- oils by Lynn Mehta "Knee Surgery Rollercoaster" -- cast paper by John Vinklarek "Broken Connections" -- acrylic by Ruth Ann Loving

"Faded Memories" -- SN photo by Todd A Sherlock "Weathered Mosaic" -- SN photo by Todd A Sherlock "Sleeping Goddess" -- mixed media on paper by Patricia Smith "Homage to Nancy Crow" -- acrylic on paper by Wayne Zink "Curves" -- oil by Jurgen Brat "Daffs Blooming" -- mixed media collage by Teresa Blatt "Doris 69" -- SN photo by Todd A Sherlock
"From Cold of Glacier to the Water of Sunbathing" -- photography by Saeed Ordoubadi "Twigas Puzzle" -- oil on canvas by Veronika Hart 1st Place awarded "Jinia Kiss" -- oil on canvas by Veronika Hart "Cradled in Truth and Deception" -- oil on canvas by Veronika Hart
"Lava" -- fiber by Clairan Ferrono "Not Quite Up Saturday Morning" -- oil on canvas by Wendy Atwell-Vasey
[Images courtesy of Artists &/or Carolyn Beever.]
Amie Oliver, juror
Amie Oliver, juror FCCA's Transitions National Exhibit 9-10; photo courtesy artist
[Image courtesy of juror.]

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Previous Exhibits

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April 10 - April Regional

March 10 - For and About Women

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Aug 09 - August Regional

July 09 - Connections

June 09 - Visual Melodies

May 09 - Fine Line

April 09 - April Regional

March 09 - Powerful & Fragile Earth

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December 08 & January 09 - Color of Money

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Aug 08 - August Regional

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June 08 - Student Show & Invitational

May 08 - May Reclamation

April 08 - April Regional

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December 07 & January 08 - Small Works

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