Bethlehem House Gallery will host its 1st Annual Juried Show: A New Look from Friday, February 10 through Saturday, April 8. The show will begin with an opening reception on Friday, February 10 from 6-9 p.m. taking place at the gallery. The Gallery invited submissions from regional emerging artists under the age of 30 to be selected for this show, which will bring a fresh perspective of contemporary art to the Lehigh Valley.
The first, second, and third place winners of the Juried Show were selected on February 8th by the show’s juror, Professor Angela Fraleigh, Chair of Moravian College Art Department. The winners and prizes are as follows:
Many thanks to Blick Art Supply for their sponsorship of our awards!
|The Juried Show will feature the artwork of:|
Kathleen M. Barrett uses drawing to explore her relationship with the unusual. Often exploiting vintage icons and the idea of traditional landscape artwork, she creates supernatural dreamscape drawings that later become the basis for her prints.
Meghan Baum draws inspiration from natural landscapes and scenery to convey the chaos of everyday life.
Through the use of these objects, along with the acts of painting, drawing, and collaging, Bryan Fellenbaum creates abstract works based on formal principles and design.
Nicole Gencarelli creates mixed media artworks that focus on questions of consciousness, thought processes, and philosophical ideas.
Over time, Zach Kleemeyer has been more and more motivated to create artwork that is socially aware.
Michael Lebson uses abstract shapes & composition to convey nostalgia for the world around him.
Kristen Pell's paintings are both autobiographical and universal, capturing everyday scenes of the human experience.
Ariel Posh uses color, texture and line to reflect upon the beauty and culture of the places she has traveled.
Sienna Proetto hopes to trigger familiarity within the blank environment that she creates and shed light on the spaces of consumerism.
Lauren Scavo seeks to depict the contrast between the objective depiction of nature and the subjective human element that is always present in our interpretation of our surroundings.