Two of my paintings, Pete and So Many Cats (Portrait of Matthew Innis), were selected to be a part of the Richeson International 75 Figure/Portrait 2016 Competition held at the Richeson Gallery in Kimberly, Wisconsin. The paintings will be on exhibit October 21 – December 3, 2016.
I would like to thank Awards Juror William Schneider for awarding Pete an Honorable Mention, and the Richeson Gallery for selecting my work to be in the show.
“A little gem, the temperature shifts are subtle but dead on.” – William Schneider on the work Pete.
An entire listing of the award winning works are as follows:
Best in Show: “Roller Derby Queen” by August Burns
1st Place Other Media: “The Gold Bangle” by Rita Romero
1st Place Oil/Acrylics: “Furs” by Katherine Stone
2nd Place Oil/Acrylics: “Puppetmaster” by Tim Tyler
2nd Place Other Media: “Portrait of Something Lost” by Emanuela De Musis
Honorable Mention Oil/Acrylics:”Pete” by Nicole Moné
Honorable Mention Oil/Acrylics: “My Shoe Your Shoe” by Marci Oleszkiewicz
Honorable Mention Other Media: “Thoughts of Elberta” by Brenda Hash
Honorable Mention Other Media: “Thornbird” by Julie Jilek
It is always an honor being included in a show of such talented artists. Congratulations to all the award winners and to all the exhibiting artists!