2019 Juried Art Show at Artists Guild
SARANAC LAKThe Adirondack Artists Guild will hold its 21st annual juried show from March 8 through April 20 2019. A reception will be held on Friday, March 8 from 5 to 7 p.m. with awards announced at 6 p.m.
The exhibit is open to all living artists 18 years of age and older. All media are acceptable. Art works must be original and not made in a class or under supervision. Two dimensional works can be no more than 38″ in either direction, and must be suitably framed and wired (no sawtooth or clip hangers.) Three dimensional works should be of a size appropriate for a small gallery.
The entry fee is $25 for one or two works, with an additional fee of $10 for three.
Dropoff dates are Feb. 28 to March 2 between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., or by special arrangement.
Artists may download a full prospectus from the Guild’s website, adirondackartistsguild.com, or pick one up at the gallery.
This year’s juror is Noreen Sadue. She is an artist and teacher who has lived and taught in the Plattsburgh area since 1991. Her work has been exhibited throughout the Northeast in multiple solo and group shows. Her career as a high school Art teacher spanned 28 years and included an adjunct position teaching Photography at Plattsburgh State University. Recently retired, she enjoys more time working in her studio pursuing creative endeavors. She received her B.F.A. from New York Institute of Technology, Long Island and her M.A. in Painting and Printmaking from Goddard College, Vermont.
“I am an artist, teacher and nature lover,” Sadue said. “These strands of my life weave together and provide continuous creative inspiration. Though primarily a painter and photographer, I have found that my interest in exploring various media and working with found objects often leads me to redefine the process and applications I work with. Paying close attention to qualities such as texture, transparency, color and line allows me to translate my experiences and perceptions of the natural world around me and present my work through abstraction.”