Bethlehem House Contemporary Art Gallery is excited to announce our 3rd Annual Juried Show: Mixed Media. For this Juried Show, we sought to highlight mixed media techniques in contemporary art from emerging and established artists of all ages residing in Delaware, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.
The Bethlehem House Gallery’s 3rd Annual Juried Show will run from February 8th – March 30th, 2019. You are cordially invited to an Opening Reception on February 8th from 6 – 9 PM. Enjoy light refreshments, live entertainment, and the company of our accepted submitters to the 3rd Annual Juried Show.
Awards will be presented during the Opening Reception. Award winners, or their representatives, are requested to be present for the awards presentation.
The winner of the exhibit will be invited to be a featured artist in one show during Bethlehem House Gallery’s 2019 Season. All prizes are listed below:
The Juror, Diane LaBelle, will select winning artists on February 4th, 2019 after reviewing submitted entries. All awards will be given at the discretion of the Juror.
*Many thanks to Blick Art Materials for their sponsorship of our Director’s Award!
Congratulations to the following artists for placing in the 3rd Annual Juried Show: Mixed Media!
Rachel Bell strives for her work to have a strong emotional and almost shocking voice, as it is also able to provide some sort of comfort.
Janet Dance uses oil paint mixed with beeswax on canvas as the medium for these paintings using the brush, palette knife and occasionally a heat gun to move the paint around the canvas.
Elizabeth Trace Drury's paintings illustrated the little stories in her head, presenting dark, slightly unsettling theater performed by bizarre little creatures she's rescued from the trash.
Working as a professional artist for the past 45 years, Audrey Kay Dowling draws inspiration from her appreciation for nature to create her unique pieces.
As a signature member of Pennsylvania Watercolor Society and Baltimore Watercolor Society, Cheryl Elmo has shown nationally and internationally since 1995.
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.
To Terri Fridkin, discovery, experimentation and invention are the converging forces that inspire her to create.
Ashley Kaye Gardner's work attempts to confront the viewer with imagery and objects that invite them to engage in an uncomfortable act.
A self-taught visual artist and haiku poet, Andrea Grillo creates her art by adapting and practicing the Asian aesthetics of less is more and wabi- sabi.
Bob Hakun's work looks to piece together old, broken down materials to tell a story or convey a message greater than the individual items would project separately.
Nicholas Harvilla's work ranges from various subjects, such as the abstract, music, and local places.
Primarily interested in the human figure, Carrie Kingsbury uses abstract mixed media techniques with realism in a multi-layered technique endeavored to convey movement and spiritual energy.
The images in Michael McFadden's paintings are meant to evoke emotions and memory, providing the structure for stories that are completed by the viewer's own associations.
In addition to watercolor, Lynn Millar works in acrylics, graphite, pastel, casein and mixes of all of them as needed to complete a vision.
Lee Muslin uses intuition, a sense of play, and the joy of experimentation to create her abstract mixed media paintings.
Focusing on the forms found in a variety of flora and fauna and even fantasy, Emily Nields creates pieces based on their transformations and design.
Mike Piergrossi's paintings are born from collected memories, stories, images, and thoughts that have impacted him on some level during the course of his life.
Employing a pseudo-printmaking technique, Abbey Rosko's oil paintings distill film-musical images inspired by various sources including Hollywood's golden age.
Jennie Traill Schaeffer plays with paint, mixing brushes and knives to create the topography of gesture.
Elaine Soltis has been both mentor and teacher to other artists. While creating original design, a valued exchange of experience and friendship develops.