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Size: 40 x 40
Media: Watercolor and Acrylic on paper
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Juried National Exhibition. “Snake Charmer” Illinois Watercolor Society. Next Picture Show Gallery. Dixon, IL.
Irving Tashlick Abstract Art Award. Juried National Exhibition. Sand Diego Watercolor Societies National Exhibition. “Snake Charmer.”
On behalf of juror Jeannie McGuire, San Diego Watercolor Society President, Susan Hewitt, and International Exhibition Director, Mary Sharon Anderson, we are pleased to inform you that your artwork, Snake Charmer has been ACCEPTED for inclusion in the 39th San Diego Watercolor Society International Exhibition.
This year the San Diego Watercolor Society received more than 600 entries from around the world. It was very challenging for the juror to select 95 paintings from the exceptional field of entries.
Congratulations again on your acceptance into this spectacular show.
Christine Alfery’s work from her Circus Series titled “Snake Charmer” just received an award for “Outstanding Abstract” in the Illinois National Exhibition. “Snake Charmer” has been accepted in the Northwest Arts Center’s Americas 2019: All Media Exhibition and was also honored there with a merit award.
Merit Award. National Juried Exhibition. “Snake Charmer – At The Circus.” Northwest Arts Center’s Americas 2018: All Media. Minot, North Dakota.
Artblend Gallery of Fort Lauderdale, FL will also be featuring artist Christine Alfery in December during Art Miami Week and Art Basel. “Snake Charmer” will be among the artworks featured by the gallery, along with other Women At The Circus.
Dear Christine – Congratulations! We are pleased to notify you that your work, “Snake Charmer—Circus Series,” has been accepted for inclusion in the Northwest Arts Center’s Americas 2018: All Media exhibition and selected for a Merit Award. This year, 70 artists submitted a total of 195 works for consideration. Your work was among 37 selected for the exhibition by juror Scott Parsons.
Scott was recognized by Art in America for creating one of the most significant works of public art in the United States in 2002. He has received national and international awards for his art, including multiple awards from the Interfaith Forum on Religion, Art and Architecture (IFRAA), a Knowledge Community of the American Institute of Architects, and multiple National Terrazzo and Mosaic Association Honor Awards. Parsons’ work is reviewed in more than 100 publications, including Architectural Record, Sculpture, Art in America, Stained Glass Quarterly, Public Art Review, Leonardo, the European Journal of American Culture, High Performance, and Museum Anthropology.