Please contact the Club Resources Chair Judith Montminy so she can include your photographic accomplishments in her announcements.
Behold(en) - South Shore Art Center, Cohasset
Congratulations to Joan Collins and Pam Webster-Walsh for having their work accepted into South Art Center's national juried exhibit, Behold(en). The exhibit, originally scheduled for the spring, will run June 4th through July 17th.
Artscope Cover Image - March/April 2020 Issue
BIG congratulations to Sally Bousquet whose image in Cambridge Art Association's Members Prize Show also is featured on the cover of ArtScope Magazine!
Spring Juried Art Exhibition - James Library & Center for the Arts, Norwell
The James Library & Center for the Arts Second Annual Spring Juried Exhibition will feature photographs by Pam Webster-Walsh and Judith Montminy. An Honorable Mention was awarded to one of Judith's images. The March 13 opening reception was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The show runs through April 18.
Artist of the Year - Cambridge Art Association
Congratulations to Sally Bousquet for receiving Cambridge Art Association's Artist of the Year Award.
Floating Dreams - Canvas Fine Arts, Boston
Work by Judith Montminy has been juried into Floating Dreams, a small works exhibit at Canvas Fine Arts in SoWa Fine Arts & Design District. Opening reception is 5-9PM on March 6th during SoWa's First Fridays.The show runs March 4-31.
Winter Juried Show - Art Complex Museum, Duxbury
Congratulations to Lisa Ryan for her Third Place Award in photography, and to Lynne Ford for her Honorable Mention at the Winter Juried Show 2020. The Art Complex Museum's exhibit runs through April 18th.
Kudos also to Kathy Dixon, Jeannie Fawcett, Anne Henning, Frank Moccaldi, Terri Nickerson & Pamela Webster-Walsh who also were juried into the show.
2020 Vision - Plymouth Guild Members' Art Show, Plymouth
A shout out to Pamela Webster-Walsh for winning the "trifecta" with images in Plymouth Guild's Members' Art Show 2020 Vision, Art Comlex Museum's Winter Juried Show, and Helen Bumpus Gallery's two-month exhibit, Colorblind.