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Join us for the Opening Reception, May 31, 5:30-7:00 pm. Awards presented at 6:00 p.m.
This exhibit features an exciting combination of work by 32 artists in all genre and media, presenting a broad survey of contemporary art in America. Selected from a national call for artists, Guest Juror Kim Dickey has chosen artworks reflecting the artists' capacity to consider the wide world of issues, objects, imagery and ideas they encounter in creating art. Representational, abstract, and conceptual works are included.
Honorable Mention Limits of Language 2 by Heather Cherry
Honorable Mention Grounded by Erica Green
Honorable Mention Inside/Outside: London 1960s by Meridith McNeal
$250 Third Prize Sitting Room by Jessica McCoy
$500 Second Prize Banded Birds #4 by Gregory Ellis
Artist and Professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder, Kim Dickey received her BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and her MFA from Alfred University. She has exhibited her work in museums such as: MASS MoCA (MA), the Everson Museum of Art (NY), the Museum of Arts and Design (NY), and the Contemporary Art Museum, Honolulu (HI), among others. Dickey has created permanent installations at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver (CO), The Lab at Belmar (CO), for the Danish Ministry of Culture (DK), and a commission for the Denver International Airport (CO), in addition to many private site-specific commissions. She has also participated in invitationals in Australia, Germany, Japan, Korea, Sweden, Taiwan, the United Kingdom, and the United States. She has had solo shows in New York, Los Angeles, Kansas City, and Denver.
Wayfaring by Emily Sullivan shown above. RSVP No. 105 by Robert Hyatt and Paul Corbitt on homepage.