Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Guild Hall 76th Annual Member Artists Exhibition

Guild Hall's Annual Artists Member Exhibition has just begun. This year, 453 Guild Hall member artists are participating. Unlike the museum's usual shows, the art is for sale. The artists donate 50% of the proceeds of all sales to Guild Hall. Collectors can aquire a piece of original art for as little as $25 up to $11,600 and all for a good cause.
The award juror for this year's show is Robert Storr, Professor of Painting and Dean of the School of Art at Yale University. 
Of course the ultimate jurors are the viewing public.
Full Moon - Cornwall Bedtime by Pamela Long Nolan
9" x 9" Oil encaustic
Theo Hios Best Landscape Award
A Guild Hall Member Artist is exactly that. A Museum member who also creates art. Some of the artists are professionals with advanced degrees and numerous gallery shows under their belts, others (like me) paint when we can. The common bond is that we all do it for the love of expressing ourselves through art. I love this show!
Tablet B by William S. Heppenheimer
20 1/2" x 16 3/4" Acrylic paint on wood panel 
Top Honors
Horse in Landscape by Fran Hand
18" x 24" Oil
Best Representational Work
Hugh and I are hanging together!
59 from 56 by Hugh Gallagher
oil on canvas board  14 1/2 " x 17 1/2" framed
Dering Harbor, Shelter Island by Gail Gallagher
oil on canvas 15 3/4" x 18 3/4" framed
Walk by Mulford Farm and Home Sweet Home Museum before or after seeing the show.  This weekend the magnolia tree by the Gardiner Mill looked like this. Simply gorgeous.
Click here for Photos of Award Winners and the list of award winners.


  1. Exciting for me to see your art there!

  2. I know! So cool. My big chance to be in a museum!!!

  3. This is so lovely post on wonderful exhibition. All these creations are so lovely and inspirational. I also participated in an art contest that had been organized at popular event space San Francisco. It was the first event in which I participated and truly I got to learn so many things!!


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