2020 Spring  Awards
Scroll down to see Juror's Statement


May 30, 2020
Judge: Nathan Dube
120 entries, 97 accepted​

Best of Show:
Works on Paper/ Watercolor
Karen Lehr, Old Barn


Works in 3D:
20 entries, 16 accepted
First: Marsha Krohn, Bubblefish
Second: Cathie Schaet, 3 Wooden Treasure Box Set
Honorable Mentions:
Marilyn Huston, I’m Free                         
Nancy Graham, Blown Home


 Works on Paper:
32 Entries,  28 accepted
First: Jackie LaFontaine, Galveston Ferry—Remain in Vehicle
Second: Okie Anderson, “… make firm the feeble knees” Is 35:3             
HonorableMention:  Mary Vinnedge, Charming Chickadee


Works on Canvas or Panel
23 Entries,  16 accepted
First: Don Henderson,  Palms of Menard Park
Second:  Richard Williams, “…and the Trees Woke”
Honorable Mention:  Jerry Bachman, Beach Ball Ballet

Works in Mixed Media Wall Hung:
20 entries, 16 accepted
First: Beth Cunningham, Aedes Albopictex (Tiger Mosquito)
Second: Paula Freeman, This Story Begins with Handsoap             
Honorable Mention:  Lois Morton, PaPa Bird


 Photography:
25 entries, 21 accepted
First: Peter Bowman, Sandstone Flame
Second: Matt Logmann, Tango in Buenos Aires           
Honorable Mention:  Larry Parks, Post Up




 

Juror's Statement
     In this chaotic time, it was both refreshing and comforting to see such a varied collection of mediums and styles. I was delighted by the quality of work submitted which also made for many difficult decisions. Old Barn by Karen Lehr and Sandstone Flame by Peter Bowman were wonderfully executed and brought a sense of quiet and peacefulness during such an unsettling time, while works like Aedes Albopictex by Beth Cunningham and Bubblefish by Marsha Krohn brought a lighthearted irreverence to the exhibition. The awards provided me with an opportunity to highlight themes from life before the pandemic as well as emphasizing a few pieces that might bring laughter and humor back to our lives.
     I would like to thank the Galveston Art League and all the artists that submitted to this juried exhibition. As a juror, it is exciting to see so much work and it is a brave act on the part of the artists to submit their work to the jurying process.

Nathan Dube


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