Monday, May 01, 2006

ccs at dam

Annual Scholarship and Exhibition Program at DAM. The exhibition features the juried work of the seven student finalists and
 works from thirty-five CCS alumni and faculty. It was a diverse show - lots of different mediums - with a well balanced mix of established artists and fresh upcoming artists still in school. It was a strong show because it was impossible to spot the works of the seven students among the teachers and alumi! I am really looking forward to this years ccs student show...it should be a great one!! May 12 is the opening night.

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gilda snowden
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daniel marchwinski
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robert sestok
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nancy thayer
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james stephens
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john gannis
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john azoni
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robert schefman
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Zdzislaw Sikora
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2 Comments:

Blogger John Azoni said...

Vanessa Merril (I hope I spelled that right) won the scholarship. Her painting is not posted on here but it was a very well painted old tree. She does a lot of portrait work and is currently doing a series that is quite good where she draws/paints the head of a little girl in the corner of the surface. Definitley an artist to look out for in the near future. She also just won another scholarship from a female artists scholarship program. Congrats!

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Anonymous gilda said...

I was happy to see that Vanessa's tree painting was purchased!

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