Beyond the Horizon, Across the Divide II
Exhibition Dates: June 21 - Aug 1, 2019  

 






An all media juried exhibit exploring the concept of travel.
 
The theme refers to the concept of travel: what we see, where we go, what we experience. Artists were encouraged to include scenes from their own travels (areas outside of Missouri and Illinois) or images/pieces that describe for the viewer a concept related to travel (maps, compasses, etc.) What does travel mean to you? Where does it take you?




 
 
The Juried Artists: 
Sleeping Bear Dunes, Photograph by Jonathan Golden
Sleeping Bear Dunes, Photograph by Jonathan Golden
First Place, Beyond the Horizon, Across the Divide (2013)
 
 
Ruth Ann Bauers
Robert Bolla
Beverly Brandt
Maggie Breen
Katherine Ehlmann
Steve Femmer
Marcia Gay
Pat Jackson
John Jurgiel
Marty McKay
Michael Meinhold
Jazmine Poblette
Diane M. Owens
Rick Sabbert
Tina Saunders
Annie Scheumbauer
Christy Schneller
Thomas Watkins
Andy Wheeler

 

 


First Place
"Newport Beach Pier, California"
By Roberta Rose

Second Place
"Barb's Florida Dream"
By Steve Femmer

Third Place
"Cliffs of Mother, Ireland"
By Beth Goyer
People's Choice Award
TBA
At Close of Exhibit

Honorable Mention
"Escape"
By Jill Bayder

Honorable Mention
"Yellowstone Tranquility"
By John Jurgiel

Honorable Mention
"Up, Up and Away"
By Katherine Ehlmann
 

 

Juror's Statement:  The notion of travel, the idea of a destination, a journey to a new landscape can be a catalyst for informing a piece of artwork. When faced with so many great pieces, I used a criterion for judging work based on craftsmanship, a unique viewpoint which could be expressed by composition, area of focus, overall vision and concept, and the X-factor that makes a compelling image. How does it grab your attention? Does it create a sense of space? My selections are reflective of current and past art traditions, of observational response, abstract or conceptual based work, hybrid media, folk art, and direct painting and drawing. Overall, an extensive amount of talent is exhibited here. Enjoy the show!  ~ Ahzad Bogosian  (June 2019)

About the Juror: Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Ahzad Bogosian holds both BFA and MFA degrees from Fontbonne University and was enrolled in the MFA program at Washington University. Currently, he teaches painting and drawing as an adjunct at Webster University. Bogosian also teaches at St. Louis Community College at Forest Park. He’s exhibited his work in New York, Washington D.C., San Francisco, Memphis, Boulder, Austin, and extensively throughout the Midwest, St. Louis, Chicago, and Milwaukee. Bogosian's paintings are placed in numerous corporate, private, and public collections across the country, including the U.S. Embassy in Washington, D.C., MasterCard, New York, Washington University School of Medicine, City of Chicago, Wells Fargo-St. Louis, St. Louis University, and the Margaret Harwell Art Museum in Poplar Bluff, Missouri. In addition, his work is in many publications, including New American Paintings and John Driscoll’s 1998 book, The Artist and The American Landscape. A co-founder of IN/Form, a not-for-profit arts group in St. Louis, Bogosian has also organized and curated many shows and exhibitions, such as Five Views of the Midwest and the 2012 exhibition Paper at the Regional Arts Commission Gallery in St. Louis. He is represented by Duane Reed Gallery in St. Louis and Gallery Victor Armendariz in Chicago. Learn more at www.ahzadbogosian.com.    

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