Anything made on or of paper was eligible for this nationally juried exhibition. From the expected – watercolor, pastel, ink, charcoal, collage, printmaking – to the unexpected – cast paper and handmade artist books – the creative possibilities were endless. Come see these 65 works of paper art from 48 artists chosen by juror Paul Glenshaw, Art Instructor and Lecturer at the Smithsonian Institution, for the show at Circle Gallery through May 1st.
Read on to see who won Honorable Mentions and Juror’s Choice for this show! Check out the whole show here.
Honorable Mention Awards
Rhonda Jan Smith, A Walk Along the Creek, linocut and intaglio
Cindi Lewis, Row of Pears, hand colored etching (watercolor on aquatint etching)
Tatiana Potts, Prussian Blue Gyres, set of 13 artist books
David H. Mann, Black Cats, printmaking
Sharon Whitham, Robin’s Egg Blues, monotype, oil on paper
Juror’s Choice Awards
Anne Finucane, Along Falling Spring Road, etching with aquatint and rolled color
Andrew Parris, Steve, charcoal on original Harper’s Weekly dated 4/2/1859
Jodi Hoover, As the Crow Flies, accordion binding with hand-cut and painted Tyvek cover. hand cut paper, rubber stamps and recycled drawings
Carol Ann Moore, The Everything Tree, lithograph, hand colored
Jo Beth Wharton, Lord of the Manor, collage