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Juror: Sally Jeppson, Jamestown, ND
Thursday, September 5, 2019
6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m. Gallery Talk and Awards
Best of Show, Merit and Purchase Awards to be announced at the reception.
39th Annual Juried Competition, A Sense of Place.
Christine is one of 51 Applicants accepted from 389 entries received.Find out more »
1 of 90 works chosen from 350 submissions Opening Reception, September 26th at 5pm at the Northwoods Center, Nicolet College, Rhinelander, Wisconsin 54501 Tickets may be purchased at Diane’s Frame Shop, Trig’s Service Desk, ArtStart or call Tom Winquist at 715-362-6988. Tickets can be pre-purchased and picked up at the door – No tickets will be sold at the door.Find out more »
Pittsburgh Watercolor Society Aqueous Open
52 works selected out of 210 entriesFind out more »
The Garfield Park Arts Center in partnership with the Southside Art League is pleased to feature the artists juried into the Annual SALI National Abstract Art Competition. Celebrating its fifteenth year, this unique exhibit is dedicated to showcasing the best two-dimensional abstract paintings from across the United States. The artworks represent a wide variety of contemporary media and techniques. The awards will be presented during First Friday.Find out more »
The San Diego Watercolor Society was established in 1965 and is one of the largest and most active in the United States. Its International Exhibition is widely recognized for its high standard of excellence in watermedia art.Find out more »
YOU’RE INVITED TO JOIN THE FUN. The Northwoods Art Tour is marking 20 years of offering free annual art adventures. We are welcoming nine new artists this year. A record number of northern Wisconsin’s finest artists will open the doors to their galleries and private studios, 10am–5pm daily. Visit Northwoods Art Tour websiteFind out more »
The work on display creates a balance between order and chaos. Much like the scientific and psychological aspect of fractals, each artwork represented in this exhibit is an extension of an idea from a diverse community of artists throughout the United States.Find out more »
Sculpture objects functional art and design. Christine will be exhibiting with the Artblend GalleryFind out more »
Since 1977, the South Carolina Watermedia Society has been promoting the artistic and professional interests of its members as well as providing visual arts programs to the public. The Society works towards achieving its goals by making the accomplishments of its members available to a broad base of South Carolinian’sFind out more »
Artists and Writers awards Reception for the Howard young Art Gallery "Up North Exhibition." Join us for presentations from the artists and refreshments form 5-7 in the gallery at Howard Young Medical Center. Woodruff, WIFind out more »
Christine will be exhibiting with Artblend Gallery during Art Basel weekFind out more »
“Two Friends: A Retrospective” Howard Young Art Gallery January 1 – March 25th Reception March 7th 1:30-3 “Lets Talk Art.” The exhibition currently at the Howard Young Art Gallery titled “Two Friends: A Retrospective” is a retrospective of Christine Alfery’s work done during the mid 1990's and turn of the century and the work of her dear friend Nancy TeWinkel. Christine Alfery has been an artist ever since she won first prize for her “Snowman” in the all school art…Find out more »
Christine shares her story of discovery and pushing the boundaries of art over the years during the “Art Talk” Reception in the Howard Young gallery on March 7th 1:30-3.Find out more »
Christine will be exhibiting at the AD Architectural Digest Design Show. Join us MARCH 19-22, 2020 at Pier 94, New York City.Find out more »
Christine’s Migration was recently featured as a 2-page spread in Watercolor Artist Magazine April 2020 edition. She was one of only nine artists featured in the 11th Annual Water Media Showcase. Editor-in-Chief and author Anne Hevener noted: “The paintings receiving recognition exhibit not only a high level of technique and skill in watermedia, they demonstrate something much more elusive – they have heart”. We couldn’t agree more. Congratulations to the artist on this notable recognition!Find out more »