Black & White Juried Show

Opening Reception: Friday, February 10 at 5 PM

Accepted Works

Jim Abendroth - Cathedral Vision II
Jim Abendroth - Late Afternoon On Norman Ridge
Steve Auger - Whiteface Sunrise 
Nancie Battaglia - Farmhouse
Karla Brieant - The Sentinel
Karla Brieant - Where The Light Gets In
Marjorie Burns - Abundance
Marjorie Burns - Self-Portrait 
Jessica Chevalier - Mourning In Spring 
Jessica Chevalier - Swirling Waters 
Italo Clemente - A Thoughtful Man 
Marie Cogar - Black Backed Beauty
Tad Collins - Untitled I
Tad Collins - Untitled II
Jess Collins - Which Black? Which White?
Maria Deangelo - Di Nuovo Insieme
Walter Early - Frosty 
Lee Gaillard - Knossos
Lee Gaillard - Wine-Dark Seas
Phil Gallos - Closed Eyes
Phil Gallos - Flow
Phil Gallos - Full Moon, Lake Clear
Phil Gallos - What Daisy Saw
Sylva Gaspar - Fish On A Hook
Anne Hughes - Frosted Egg Confections
Roger Hyndman - Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse
Roger Hyndman - Split Rock Falls
Ray Karpicki - Summer
Gary Larsen - Split Rock Falls
Gary Larsen - White Sands
Barry Lobdell - Natural Wonders
Chip Moeser - Beaver Meadow, Whitney Creeks
Chip Moeser - Moose Creek
Matthew Paul - The White Rabbit
Larry Poole - Black Beauty
Larry Poole - Nature's Textures
Flossy Powell - Goblin Court: Guilty
Flossy Powell - You're So Cuuuute! 
Anne Ray - Waterfall
Carl Rubino - Lake Champlain From Charlotte Beach 
Carl Rubino - Trees Dancing in Winter 
Carl Rubino - Turning To Stone
Eleanor Sweeney - Geometry 
Eleanor Sweeney - Nightgowns
Ingrid VanSlyke - Winter's Grip
Ken Wiley - Carlo Cello 
Jeri Wright - Winter Lace
Janet Marie Yeates - New York Skyline
Bobby Ziemba - Black Cherry
Bobby Ziemba - Giant White Pine


Open to all artists/media including: photography, sculpture, painting, drawing, fiber, ceramics, woodcrafts, jewelry, prints & constructions. Two dimensional work must be suitably framed & wired for hanging. Clip hangers are not acceptable. Work on paper must be under glass or Plexiglas. Three dimensional work exceeding 34" square or 100 lbs. cannot be entered without prior arrangement with the LPCA. THE WORK IS TO BE IN BLACK AND WHITE OR A GRADATION OF BLACK (IE. GREY) TONAL GRADUATION WORKS, SUCH AS GRAPHITE ARE ALLOWED. If a work has specific presentation requirements this must be indicated on the entry form and there must be written documentation of the requirements attached to the work. Entries marked Not for Sale are eligible but must have a dollar value noted on the entry form (for insurance purposes) to be considered for jurying. These eligibility requirements are meant to protect your work.


Work should be delivered to the LPCA’s Fine Arts Gallery in Lake Placid from 1-5pm on February 1, 2, 3, & 4 accompanied by a $25 non-refundable entry fee, which is the total cost to artists submitting one or two works. No more than four entries per artist. Juror will determine exhibited and non-exhibited works and awards. A list of exhibited works will be posted at by 5pm Wednesday, February 8. Make check or money order payable to “LPCA.” The LPCA reserves the right to photograph works for publicity purposes. 


The Fine Arts Gallery at the LPCA will provide insurance coverage for exhibited works. The Arts Center does not assume responsibility for loss or damage to any work while on site for jurying. Work is entered at the artist’s risk, although the LPCA takes every precaution to safeguard  entries. Unclaimed works remaining after pickup dates become the property of the LPCA. The LPCA cannot accept submissions shipped by public carriers without special arrangements. Works shipped to the LPCA for jurying without prior arrangements for repackaging, pickup and return delivery will be refused.


Fore more information, contact Anya at 518-523-2512 or email


Diane E.Leifheit works in pastel a medium that lends it self capturing color even in the dark. Recently she has completed a 31 paintings in 31 days focusing on working plein air in Autumn in the Adirondacks. The collection will be the basis for larger works to be made this coming winter. Some of those original works are available in the Big Little show and Sale and on Leifheit's website

Kent Streed was born and aised in Iowa. At the age of five: he was surprised and terrified by a dress form at the top of his great aunt's attic stairwell. At the age of twenty five: Mr. Streed earned an MFA in Costume Design from Illinois State University. Kent has been designing and constructing costumes ever since for colleges and many now closed professional theatres. Mr Streed is a year round employee at Pendragon Theatre where his theatrical design work has grown to include set design as well.

Friday 2/10/2017 - Saturday 3/18/2017
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