Gallery Two

Artspace Artist Members
30th Anniversary Retrospective Juried Exhibition

April 21 – June 3, 2017

First Friday Gallery Walk:
June 2, 2017
6-10pm

Artspace’s 30th Anniversary Artist Retrospective is a building wide exhibition that celebrates the strength of the artists at the heart of our organization. These exhibitions present the history of our institution while demonstrating the ways that we continue to move forward.

Featured in Gallery Two is artwork by current and former Artspace artist members. Work was juried by Annah Lee, Artspace’s Director of Artistic Programs, and Lia Newman, the Director and Curator of the Van Every/Smith Galleries.

Many thanks to Duke Energy and Zaytoun Law Firm for their support of our 30th Anniversary Retrospective exhibitions and programming. 

Catalog of artwork available for purchase online is available here.

PRIZE WINNERS

FIRST PLACE
Ivana Beck, Untitled, brick, wax, and wire, 2017

SECOND PLACE
Pete Sack, The Degeneration, watercolor/acrylic on paper, 2016

THIRD PLACE
Susan Martin, Untitled (Trophy 1), drypoint intaglio and watercolor monotype with hand tinting, 2016

HONORABLE MENTIONS
Susan Brabeau, By the Pound, oil on board, 2017

Caitlin Cary, Lump and the Blue Lady, Raleigh, NC 2017, fabric, paper, thread, 2016

Jean LeCluyse, Underdevelopment at Obey Creek, mixed media, 2015

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Ivana Beck, Untitled II

SELECTED ARTISTS

Cynthia Aldrich, She Who Dances with Elegance, ceramic, 2012

Paris Alexander, Le Cure, fired stoneware and mixed media, 2012

Ivana Beck, Untitled, brick, wax, and wire, 2017

Susan Brabeau, By the Pound, oil on board, 2017

Toni G. Cappel, Circle of Life, acrylic, 2016

Caitlin Cary, Lump and the Blue Lady, Raleigh, NC 2017, fabric, paper, thread, 2016

Judy Crane, Mountain Road, oil on canvas, 2015

Alison Darch, Studious Glance, oil on linen panel, 2016

Linda Ruth Dickinson, Just, acrylic on canvas, 2011

Alia El-Bermani, Delude, oil on aluminum panel, 2016

Kiki Farish, Asherah, oil on paper, 2017

Scott Hazard, Sovereign Cloud, Tree and Opening Sky, sculpture/photography, 2016

Kyle Highsmith, Only Child Nelson and Mama, oil on canvas, 2016

Judy Jones, Urban Series: Downtown, collagraph, watercolor, 2016

Becky Joye, The Waiting (42 Weeks), acrylic and graphite on panel, 2017

Jean LeCluyse, Underdevelopment at Obey Creek, mixed media, 2015

Angela Lombardi, Maris Stella, acrylic, silverpoint and black gesso, 2017

Susan Martin, Untitled (Trophy 1), drypoint intaglio and watercolor monotype

  with hand tinting, 2016

Chieko Murasugi, All Squared Up, acrylic and ink on paper, 2016

Kelly Murray, Concurrence, encaustic, steel wire, and steel mesh, 2017

Sharron Parker, Light on the Water III, handmade felt, 2017

Anna Podris, The Multi-Faceted Present Moment, oil on canvas, 2016

Eric Raddatz, Food Court, iPhotography, 2017

Pete Sack, The Degeneration, watercolor/acrylic on paper, 2016

Wendy Savage, Daydreams of Cuba: Countryside Classics, photography, 2017

Beatrice Schall, Meditation VII, mixed media, 2016

Pam Shank, See the Bahamas!, watercolor, 1980

Susan Soper, Dusk, stone & waterless lithography, 2017

Lisa Stroud, Una Storia D’Amore, mixed media, 2016

Ollie Wagner, Untitled, mixed media, 2016

Jan-Ru Wan, Upholding, mixed media, 2017

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Jean LeCluyse, Underdevelopment at Obey Creek

JUROR BIOS

Annah Lee, Artspace’s Director of Artistic Programs, is from Raleigh, NC and grew up in a family of artists and art administrators.  As an undergraduate student at UNC Asheville, she pursued studio art and art history with a concentration in ceramics and nineteenth-century American landscape painting.  She earned an MA in art history at UNC, Chapel Hill and became a doctoral candidate in 2012. Her primary research included modern Chinese painting and American painting after 1850. During her time at UNC she gained experience as a writer, teacher and curator. Before joining Artspace,  Annah served as the Block Gallery Coordinator for the City of Raleigh,  where she became well acquainted with the diversity of talented artists in and around the Triangle. Annah lives in Raleigh, NC with her son Henry, their dog Scrappy, and a catfish named Boo.

Lia Newman is the Director and Curator of the Van Every/Smith Galleries. She graduated from Winthrop University with a Bachelor’s degree in Art History and Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in General Studio, with Concentrations in Sculpture and Photography and a Master’s degree in Liberal Studies from Duke University. She came to Davidson from Artspace, Inc., in Raleigh, where she served as Director of Programs and Exhibitions from 2002-2012.

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Susan Brabeau