Juried Show: Inspired by Great Artists

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The Gallery @ LPCA is temporarily closed to lessen risk for all of our art-loving community members. We hope to open with regular hours as soon as recommended by the CDC and the New York State government.

The LPCA's spring juried show, Inspired by Great Artists, pays tribute to the artists from any medium (not just visual arts) that have helped artists from the region on their creative journey. Using the work of Great Artists as inspiration, local artists are invited to create new work that displays a figurative, literal or thematic reinterpretation of their inspiration.

Accepted Entries:

  • A Sense of Something More Infinite - Michael & Shelly Blasé
  • Accent - Linda Sweeney
  • Adirondack Gold - Anne Hughes
  • Adriatic Sunset - a la Rothko - Russ Hartung
  • Alpen Glow - Lindsay Yost
  • An Adirondack Starry Night - Anne Hughes
  • Aureoa Boreas - Roger Hyndman
  • Ausable Impression I - Jeri Wright
  • Birch Bark Twist - Holly Friesen
  • Black Crappie - Stephen Dicerbo
  • Calder Goes to Saranac - Anne Heinz
  • Circles - Karen Parker
  • Clintonville Lowlands - Lynda Mussen
  • Commit No Nuisance - Anastasia Osolin
  • Creativi-tea with Puffs - Maria DeAngelo
  • Dahlia - Karla Brieant
  • Daphne's Flight From Apollo - Carl Rubino
  • Dark Side - Linda Sweeney
  • Darkness There and Nothing More - Merrell Leavitt
  • Debris - Barry Lobdell
  • Eagle Lake Rainbow Trout Pair I - Stephen Dicerbo
  • Exit Stephanie - Phil Gallos
  • Falling Water - Roger Hyndman
  • Goat Island Reflections - Gary Larsen
  • Goodnow Mountain - a la Piet Mondrian - Russ Hartung
  • "Guernica" An Adirondack Interpretation - Anne Hughes
  • Hellebore - Karla Brieant
  • Highway - Raymond Karpicki
  • Ink Inspired - Joan Walder
  • Kushaqua Distortion - Phil Gallos
  • Lilly After Adele I - Logan Wright
  • Man Ray in St. Louis - Anne Heinz
  • Mm. Kupka and I - Sylva Gaspar
  • Mysterium - Annoel Krider
  • Nature Wild - Ann Larsen
  • Nevermore - Eleanor Sweeney
  • Nevermore - Merrell Leavitt
  • Olympia of the Boulders - Phil Gallos
  • Pas De Deux - Russ Hartung
  • Path to the Upper Woods - Marion Kratky
  • Pure Joy - a la Henri Cartier-Bresson - Russ Hartung
  • Real Wood - Gary Larsen
  • Renewal - Sandra Hildreth
  • Reverse Teton Traverse - Lindsay Yost
  • Running to Assimilation - Fred Holman
  • Sarah's World - Phil Gallos
  • Serendipity - Susan Whiteman
  • She Longed for Simplicity - Edith Urban
  • Sometimes We All Come Undone - Carl Rubino
  • Study #1 - Maya by Linda Howard - James Bullard
  • Sunflowers - Elena Kuki
  • Sunflowers - Mary Woodcock Johnson
  • Thank You, Georgia O'Keeffe - Beth Johnson
  • The Banjo Player - Annoel Krider
  • The Lilliam Brook - Deborah Geurtze
  • The Meadow - Lynda Mussen
  • The Old Boots - Susan Whiteman
  • The Old House & Intersection II - Bill Evans
  • The Tulip Tree - Catherine Hartung
  • The Vanishing - Barry Lobdell
  • Unnamed Pond II - Deobrah Geurtze
  • Untitled 2020 - Andy Mazzella
  • Value Study - Marion Kratky
  • VanGogh's Yellow Adirondack Chair - Joanne Orce
  • Wallpaper Figure - Joan Rooks
  • Water Garden - Edith Urban
  • Watercolors - Jeri Wright
  • Waterlilies - Nancy Brossard
  • Waterlilies - Oseetah Lake - Jim Abendroth
  • West Branch Ausable River - Scott Renderer
  • Winter Beach Gloucester - Ann Larsen
  • Young Opportunist - Denise Leavitt

Jurors

Bill Crosby was a member of the State University of New York, at Plattsburgh, from 1963 until 1998. A Professor of Art, his primary teaching responsibilities were in painting and photography. Bill attended Cornell University majoring in architecture and in 1961 he completed his B.A. degree at the University of Michigan, majoring in art and design. He earned his M.F.A. degree in 1963 from the University of Michigan. Bill's paintings and photographs have been exhibited regionally and nationally in juried and invitational exhibitions. His works are in many public and private collections including the State Museum of New York. A selection of his numerous one-person shows include Marietta College, Ohio; Chautauqua Institute, N.Y.; Mt. Vernon College, Ohio; Penn State University, PA; Cazenovia College, NY; Mill Gallery, NY; and the Clinton County Council on the Arts Gallery, NY. In addition to five one-person exhibits at Plattsburgh State Art Galleries, Bill has received two SUNY grants and three Sabbatical leaves. Most recently, Bill has won awards in the 2002 and 2003 National Acrylic Painters Association International Exhibition, as well the 22nd Adirondack National Exhibition of American Watercolors.

Leslie Rottner is an artist and workshop instructor living in Lake Placid, New York. Leslie has always been a “maker” but works primarily in analog collage. As a self taught artist, she uses an intuitive and thoughtful approach to transform often overlooked materials into a new visual story. Leslie's collage work is created with vintage papers, old books, type, and ephemera. She draws inspiration from the age and imperfections that these materials possess and creates art with a contemporary feel. Her work ranges from simple and contemplative to abstract and energetic. Leslie's work is currently in Gallery 46, in Lake Placid New York, and in private collections throughout the United States.

Important Dates

Wednesday, February 19 through Saturday, February 22, 2020 - Drop off work at the LPCA (17 Algonquin Drive) between 1pm and 5pm

By Tuesday, February 25, 2020 - List of accepted works will be posted to the LPCA website

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