LPCA Open Juried Art Show

Socially-Distanced Opening: Thursday, October 1 from 4 PM to 7 PM

Join the LPCA as we celebrate the talents of our regional artists.

View the exhibit online!

The LPCA is proud to showcase the art of the region and beyond in the Annual Open Juried Art Exhibition. This LPCA tradition will feature a variety of paintings, drawings, sculpture, assemblage and photographs. Artists are welcome to submit work in any style, genre, or subject matter – we're looking to highlight the best that an artist has to offer and celebrate the talent that lies in and around New York's North Country and beyond.

This show will be available for viewing both in-person during our gallery hours and online. The online component will go live during the 3rd week of the exhibit. 

Accepted Entries:

  • 3396 - Mike Kaz
  • A Tree Stump Hosting New Plants - Edith Urban
  • Adirondack Barn - Vera Doumanoff
  • Aerial - Floating Bridge - Heron Marsh - James Bullard
  • Aerial Self-Portrait on the Boreal Life Trail - James Bullard
  • Almost Ice-Off - Susan Whiteman
  • America - Nancy Thun
  • Bog River Falls - Diane Leifheit
  • Boxers in a Boat - Melissa Burnett
  • Breaking Up - Marc Johnson
  • Canopy 3A - Mike Shannon
  • Cape Brenton, NS Seascape - Stephen Horne
  • Colden & Algonquin - Sandra Hildreth
  • Contemplating Spring - Leslie Rottner
  • Convergence - Annoel Krider
  • Energy - Kathy Ford
  • Field of Hay - Janet Marie Yeates
  • Forest In Fog - Eleanor Sweeney
  • Grant Farm - Melissa Grant
  • Hanging on the Edge - Annoel Krider
  • Heading Home Under Lavender Skies - Susan Whiteman
  • Heathen Hill - Nancy Thun
  • Heron Marsh Trail - Catherine LaPointe Vollmer
  • House in Deerfield Village - Kenneth Wiley
  • I Remember Before That Was There - Mike Shannon
  • If Hearts Are Gardens - Allison Haas
  • In the Beginning - Eleanor Sweeney
  • Indian Head Cliffs and Ausable Lakes - Nate Jeffery
  • Inspection - Janet Marie Yeates
  • Lake Colden - Nate Jeffery
  • Lantern of Light - Marie Cogar
  • Lilly's on the Lake Day - Ingrid Van Slyke
  • Lily Pads - Infrared - Beverly Patchin
  • Lingering Thoughts - Jessica Chevalier
  • Mangrove Snapper 1 - Stephen Mutsugorogh DiCerbo
  • Milkweed - Lynn Manning
  • Misty Oxbow Lake - Russ Hartung
  • Moving Along - Anne Heinz
  • New Grass - Janet Marie Yeates
  • Obscure Knights of the Round Table: Sir Hans Gabout - Matthew Paul
  • Obscure Knights of the Round Table: Sir John Hadagal - Matthew Paul
  • Obscure Knights of the Round Table: Sir l. Lostitall - Matthew Paul
  • OK Slip Falls - Sandra Hildreth
  • On the Way to Lake Colby - Phil Gallos
  • On the Way to Mt. Marcy - Jacqueline Altman
  • One Tree and a Broken Sun - Catherine Hartung
  • Order on the Forest Floor - Anne Heinz
  • Pandemic Paddle - Joan Kelleher
  • Peace Dove Weathervane - Paul Pedersen
  • Pine - Nancy Brossard
  • Quebec Farm Field - Stephen Horne
  • Reflections in a Saranac Marsh - Gary Larsen
  • Reminiscence - Valerie Patterson
  • Shapeshifter - Kailey Maher
  • Snow Canoe at Mirror Lake - Lake Placid - Tracie Doerner
  • Social Distancing - Kathy Ford
  • Sour Apples - Sylva Gaspar
  • Split Rock Falls in Snow - Gary Larsen
  • Sunday Morning - Sylva Gaspar
  • Sunny Bouquet - Elena Kuki
  • Taking The Air - Valerie Patterson
  • Tenant Creek Falls - Mark Verna
  • The Day We Were Sent Home to Stay Home - March 13, 2020 - Essex County, NY - Susan Hoffer
  • The Path - Parmelee Tolkan
  • The Power of the Wind - William Parmer
  • The Waiting Game - Lynda Naske
  • Untitled - Matthew Horner
  • View From Marcy Field Fall Colors - Vera Doumanoff
  • Wabi Sabi Series #8 - Peter Shrope
  • Watching Human Rights Silently Legislated Away - Susan Hoffer
  • We Live by Waters Breaking Out of the Heart - Holly Friesen
  • What's Around the Bend? - Lynn Manning
  • Whiteface View - Nancy Brossard
  • Window Shopping - Kenneth Wiley

About the Jurors

Anya Villeneuve
Anya Villeneuve has managed the Gallery @ LPCA since 2013, organizing more than a dozen juried art shows over the years. Anya graduated from St. Lawrence University with a degree in Fine Arts and Psychology. In addition to her work in the gallery, Anya has served as Office Manager and Asst. Program Director for the LPCA since 2009 and has curated art sales in the LPCA gift shop as well as the first ever Salon des Refusés in 2019. An accomplished crafter, Anya loves making ceramics, soaps, and just about anything else that can be made with your hands.

Diane Reynolds
Diane Reynolds served as Chairman of the LPCA Gallery Committee for more than a decade – helping to curate over 50 exhibits in the Gallery @ LPCA and working with board and staff to plan complete gallery seasons. During that time, Diane worked directly with artists to plan and promote incoming gallery experiences. In addition to her work with the LPCA, Diane has served on the boards of the Lake Placid Sinfonietta, the Junior League and has worked with mental health programs and Planned Parenthood. Her special interests include classical music, piano, theater, ballet, art, reading, gardening, tennis, skiing, aerobics, the environment and grandchildren.

Important Dates

Wednesday, September 23 - Saturday, September 26, 2020  - Drop-off of artwork between 1 and 5pm at the Gallery @ LPCA. 

Wednesday, September 30 - Award Broadcast on Facebook at 7pm EDT

Thursday, October 1, 2020  - Socially-Distanced Opening Experience from 4-7pm.

Saturday, November 14, 2020 - Exhibition concludes. 

Wednesday, November 18 - Saturday, November 21, 2020 - Art pick-up. Unclaimed works remaining past the pick-up dates are subject to a $1 per piece, per day storage fee.  

 

Prospectus & Digital Entry Form

View the Prospectus Here

View the Sample Entry Form Here *The digital submission form will become available on Monday, September 7th (link below!)

Submit Your Digital Entry Here

 

 

 

Thursday 10/1/2020 - Saturday 11/14/2020
At Door: Free
Featured Sponsor: Adirondack Premier Properties

Gallery @ LPCA programming is generously sponsored by Adirondack Premier Properties.

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The Lake Placid Center for the Arts is a year-round performing and visual Arts Facility.  Located in the Adirondack Park of Northern New York, the LPCA consistently presents arts of the highest caliber in music, dance and theatre performances, film exhibitions and visual arts presentations. 

In addition, the Arts Center provides special arts-in education programs, workshops and residencies for aspiring and renowned artists.

The Arts Center is the home of the Lake Placid School of Ballet, LPCA Children's Theatre, Community Theatre Players, as well as the Summer home of the Lake Placid Sinfonietta.

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