Serenity Sept 18 - Nov 9, 2021
Opening Day: Sept 18
(more info below)
A juried exhibit focusing on what brings us serenity, where or how we find peace.
Featuring artwork by:
About the Exhibit Theme:
In a society where the focus seems to be doing more, spending more, having more, at times we need to focus on calm and contentment. Perhaps you find peace in nature or in family. In music, or words. Be it an experience, place, or person, we ask you to share what brings you serenity, where or how you find your peace.
Opening Reception In lieu of a formal reception and in a effort to avoid elbow to elbow crowds, we will host an Opening Day for this exhibit. Opening Day will be September 18 (note that this is the weekend of MOSAICS) from 10-6. Visitors throughout the day will be invited to vote for People’s Choice, with their vote (that day only) as an entry to a drawing for one of 2 $25 Gift Certificates. Artists and those wishing to mingle with them are encouraged to attend an informal gathering from 1-3pm. Awards will be posted at the beginning of the day for viewing and announced via email and Facebook at 1pm. At this time, with utmost caution for the health and safety of our artists and visitors, we will refrain from serving refreshments. We truly wish to celebrate the juried artists while also respecting the ongoing climate of uncertainty in regards to Covid.
Juror: Nicole Dutton has a BA in psychology and an MFA with a specialty in painting. Directly after graduating, she began work in arts administration. First, as Associate Director of Chesterfield Arts, where she managed the public art program for the City of Chesterfield, arts education program, community outreach, and gallery exhibitions. After her years there, Nicole took post as the Curator for the Schmidt Art Center at Southwestern Illinois College, coordinating exhibitions with national and internationally-recognized artists, overseeing a permanent collection, arts education program, and specialty events. After nearly 15 years of non-profit curatorial experience, she has recently shifted to a role as an Art Project Manager for Spellman Brady & Company, a local interior design firm. There, she manages the art consultation department, procuring everything from small-scale prints to large-scale sculptural installations for healthcare, senior living, higher education, corporate and multifamily housing across the U.S. She has a passion for working with artists and values what the arts brings to each community. To view Nicole’s own work, visit www.nicoledutton.com.
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