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    Artists Association of Nantucket Press Release
    Date: August 22, 2019
    Contact: Peter J. Greenhalgh, AAN Gallery Manager
    508 228 0722 peter@nantucketarts.org

     

    The Artists Association of Nantucket announces
    Jurors’ Choices from the Artist/Patron Exhibition

    The Artists Association of Nantucket (AAN) is pleased to announce the jurors’ choices from the Artist /Patron exhibition. The exhibition was juried by Katie Trinkle Legge, whose choices are highlighted with a gold seal, and will be on display through Monday, September 2.

    “It was such an honor to be asked to jury this amazing body of work. I had to step away from names and see the work for itself, basing my choices on the integrity of the artworks,” said Trinkle Legge. “With over a hundred and fifty works of art displayed between both floors, Katie spent a great deal of time reviewing all the works before choosing their various selections,” said AAN artistic director Robert Frazier. “Her choices truly reflect the diversity of the show and the talents of the artist members,” added Frazier.

    Jurors Choices and comments:

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    , Oil - Joan Albaugh
    “Less is more. Gorgeous simplicity”

    Extinction Series 1, Mixed Media - Kate Merlini Fraser
    “Powerful subject with a Matise-like feel.”

    Scallop Drop, Oil - Robert Frazier
    “A moment in time is captured with the beauty of the Creeks.”

    Portrait of a Cat, Oil - Paul LaPaglia
    “Very mysterious, with strong emotion.”

    Evening Reflections, Pastel - Leigh Royer
    “Fine use of a limited palette.”

    Brown Rabbit, Colored Pencil - Morgan Sayle
    “A delicate, masterful drawing.”

    Nantucket Honey, Mixed Media - Penny Scheerer
    “Unique, clean composition with great texture & depth.”

    Winter Tupelo, Photograph - Daniel Sutherland
    “Strong composition capturing the beauty of winter.”

    POG, Oil - Clara Urbahn
    “Powerful & emotional piece.”

    Nantucket at Dusk, Mixed Media - Deborah Vanderwolk
    “Whimsical, bold, with fabulous texture & color.”

    “The AAN extends our congratulations to every artist who delivered fantastic art for this
    juried exhibition,” added Frazier.

    Artist /Patron exhibition will be on display through September 2 at the Cecelia Joyce & Seward Johnson Gallery, 19 Washington Street - in the heart of Nantucket’s Cultural District. The exhibition is generously sponsored by O’Connor Custom Builders.

    To learn more about the AAN, visit the website at www.nantucketarts.org . For further information about AAN 2019 programs and events, please call 508-228-0722.

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