THREE: Juror’s Decision

 

Thank you to all artists that submitted work for THREE – A National Juried Exhibition.  THREE will be on display in the Attleboro Arts Museum’s Ottmar Gallery from June 14th to July 13th, 2018.

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THREE Juror – Alexander Castro

Juror Alexander Castro is a writer and journalist. He regularly contributes arts reporting and criticism to Art New England, Big Red & Shiny, Mercury, and GLASS Quarterly. His writing has also appeared or is forthcoming in untethered, Don’t Take Pictures and Lost Balloon. In 2018, Castro was a runner-up for the inaugural Toni Beauchamp Prize in Critical Art Writing.

Works selected by the juror are listed below:

 

LAST NAME FIRST NAME TITLE CITY STATE
Adams Tiffany Riftia Tres Exeter RI
Allen Jim Night Lights (Holly x 3) Millbrook NY
Arata Maureen The One with Three Lollipop Trees North Hollywood CA
Arrigo Michael Mishima in 3 Movements Toledo OH
Bartlett Amanda Pressure San Antonio TX
Bauer Susan Mink Stole #14 Attleboro MA
Bendt Robert Reversible Destiny-Almost 3 and No More Sharon MA
Bernstein Molly Company Manhattan KS
Bockhoff Lacy The View Affton MO
Buck Julie The Morning Light Brooklyn NY
Buron John Anonymous Three Providence RI
Calderwood James Three Walls Durham NH
Carpenter Laura White Squeak Squeak Providence RI
Chester-Demicco Diane Pod Chestnut Hill MA
Clarke Susan Three Things About My Mother Lincoln RI
Cooper Cynthia Midsummer Green Farmington CT
Costello Michael After Rafael the Three Graces Boston MA
Crespo Alicia Monday, But Keep Smiling Attleboro MA
Croson Jennifer Waiting Brooklyn NY
d’Agostino Brita Miss Match #3 Las Cruces NM
Dansereau Susan Three Planes Cranston RI
Daum Ann Mona and Her Family Providence RI
Durso Suzette My Mother’s Three Weddings Lincoln MA
Evans Katherine Color Awakenings X Fairfield CT
Fazzino John Three Sisters Providence RI
Feldman Margaret Jo Amendment 3 San Francisco CA
Fiedler Robert Owls Newington CT
Fitzgerald Virginia Holy Trinity Natick MA
Flynn Claudia Cyclops Wakefield RI
Fontinha Joseph Blizzard Booth Lakeville MA
Francis John Moment in Transition 109 Boise ID
Franklin Nadine Flowing Wellesley MA
Friedman Deborah The Three Amigos Wellesley MA
Goodwin Joe Playa Flamingo Pittsfield MA
Grasso Ann The Decado Sisters Cromwell CT
Guertin Jayne After Renoir Cumberland RI
Hanel Shawna Red Bag, White Bag, Blue Bag Boise ID
Harbin Randy the drinking, the drinking, the drinking Hull MA
Harper Sharon table setting Springfield MO
Hawkey Kenneth Neighbors North Truro MA
Hills Ria Murder of Crows Uxbridge MA
Hopkins Eden Three Rabbits Snohomish WA
Hubley Loretta The Three Graces Nashua NH
Hull Leavitt Caryl A Tree Reluctantly Lets Go of Its Fruits Brookline MA
Isenbarger Stacy Force Lessons (Dos & Don’ts Triptych) Moscow ID
Jaffe Bonnie Taking a Break Barrington RI
Johansen Newman Barbara Sideshow Trio Needham MA
Kattman Richard Three Yellow Lines!!! Holliston MA
King Noelle Shells of 3 Oysters New York NY
LaBella Krista Venus Altarpiece Brooklyn NY
Lambrix Todd Gravida 3, Para 2 Annandale NJ
Landry Tiffany Humpty Dumpty North Attleboro MA
Landry Tiffany Fish Head North Attleboro MA
Larson David Three Lemons West Hills CA
Lehman Tess Three Little Girls- Eric Clapton Williston ND
Lesikin Joan Sedum Hendersonville NC
Li Fei Positive Forms Brooklyn NY
Loper Sharon Trinity, Dream, Ponder, Meditate Los Angeles CA
Loper Sharon Scalene Golden Triangle Los Angeles CA
Machovina Krista Lady Painter Los Angeles CA
McDonnell Janice 3 Decorative Cranes Brooklyn NY
McNamee Carole Your Choice Sudbury MA
Mitchel Sarina Cells, Circuits, Symbiosis Providence RI
Moore Kathy Three Way Mirror Images of Still Life with Striped Cloth Casstown OH
Neill Christine Balance of Plants, I Baltimore MD
Osterman Iris In the Shade Framingham MA
Pan Stephanie Three Brown Mice Attleboro MA
Pearlman Karlsberg Linda Mandarin Pas de Trois Newton MA
Redburn Lisa Water Tapestry Triptych: Armonioso Plymouth MA
Rippel Beverly Above, Middle, Below Sea South Easton MA
Rogers Linda The Third Cat Westport MA
Rotblat-Walker Howard Recursive Walk Bristol RI
Scanlon Ray Cold Flare Attleboro MA
Schwartz Janet Bobble Babies Westborough MA
Seligman Barbaralee Victorian Dollhouse-Can You Find the Multiples of Three? Sharon MA
Siem Joan 3 Primary Colors (In a Triangle) Houston TX
Skinner Rebecca Succession Franklin MA
Song Shyun Psyche Harrison NY
Stapleford Irene Bird Network Concord MA
Starr Meredith Tracking Fertility Plainview NY
Steinberg Brenda Three Ring Circus Cambridge MA
Stoller Erica Collider, horizontal Rye NY
St.Pierre Kerry Three-Toed Sloth Attleboro MA
Stumpf Suzanne Nomads South Natick MA
Tebbetts Carolann Opposites Attract Shrewsbury MA
Touhey Felicia Sun Spots, Santa Fe Newport RI
Vance Tyler Echir’s Prayer Worcester MA
Vandenberg Art Stele – 1 Stick, 1 Log, 1 Post Atlanta GA
Weaver Ross Denise Elvis and the Three Bones Albuquerque NM
Weimer Alan Trillium Rehoboth MA
Wicks Stephen Nature/Culture #1 – Lorain, Ohio Plainfield MA
Wild Katie No, Yes, Maybe Quaker Hill CT
Wilkinson Elizabeth Baby Makes Three New Bedford MA
Woltmann Jeannette Silty Bottom Trio Ann Arbor MI
Zagrobelny Joan Painted Ladies Great Barrington MA

 

INVITED ARTISTS

Please review all of the information provided below:

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Delivery of All Accepted Work:
To properly record and install all accepted pieces, all work (and detailed hanging instructions, if applicable) must be delivered between May 18th and June 5th, from 10 AM – 3 PM, EST. We’re closed Sundays & Mondays – and one Saturday, May 26th.
• We cannot accept your artwork before May 18th or after June 5th. There are no exceptions.
• Accepted work can be either hand-delivered or shipped to the Attleboro Arts Museum.
• You can arrange to send a representative to deliver and/or pick up your artwork for you. The Attleboro Arts Museum is not responsible for making these arrangements for exhibiting artists.
• Installations that require assembly by the artist must be scheduled in advance of delivery. Call 508-222-2644 x11 to schedule.

HAND-DELIVERED ARTWORK
Mark all accepted artwork with the artist’s name, address, city/state/zip, phone, email, title of piece, dimensions (w x h x d), weight (no more than 100 lbs) and sale price (if applicable). Download a THREE Loan Agreement to submit with your accepted artwork.

SHIPPED ARTWORK
Mark all accepted artwork with the artist’s name, address, city/state/zip, phone, email, title of piece, dimensions (w x h x d), weight (no more than 100 lbs) and sale price (if applicable). Download a THREE Loan Agreement and Delivery Checklist from www.attleboroartsmuseum.org and package with your accepted artwork.
Artists are responsible for all payments associated with the shipping of their work. All shipped work must include:
1) $10 handling fee – per piece
2) Pre-paid return shipping label
3) Payment of shipping vendor’s pick-up fee
4) A photo of your artwork on the outside of your package
5) A completed THREE Loan Agreement and Delivery Checklist.
Send to: Attleboro Arts Museum, THREE, 86 Park St., Attleboro, MA, 02703. Fees are non-refundable. Checks payable to Attleboro Arts Museum.
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Presentation:
All accepted work must be framed, gallery-wrapped or finished on the edges and ready to hang at delivery with a sturdy wire hanging system. See the Museum’s website Framing Guidelines for details. We highly recommend neutral frames and white or off-white mats. Any pieces that do not match the juror’s decision, or are not the piece that was accepted, will not be installed, and will be returned COD.
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Sales:
All art sales are subject to the Museum’s commission of 30% for Museum members, 40% for non-members. Work does not need to be for sale.
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Insurance:
The Attleboro Arts Museum will insure all work from the date of arrival at the Museum through the stated pick-up dates. The maximum insurance amount covers up to an artist’s value of $2000, with a $500 deductible payable by the artist. The Museum is not responsible for loss or damage in shipping, or for insuring art during shipping. Art left beyond the final pick-up date of July 17th at 3 PM EST will not be insured.
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In-person Pick-up of Exhibited Work:
July 13th from 4-5 PM, EST & July 14th and 17th; 10 AM – 3 PM, EST. Work left beyond July 17th at 3 PM, EST will be charged $5 per day per piece, payable at late pickup. There are no exceptions.
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Return of Work–Shipped by the Museum:
All work will be packed and shipped by July 19th. You must enclose pre-paid shipping labels for the return of your work (that also covers the shipping vendor’s pick-up fee) and a $10 handling fee per piece. Checks payable to Attleboro Arts Museum. If you are within driving distance, we would appreciate an in-person pick-up.

All dates, specifications & fees are non-negotiable.

 

If you have any questions email office@attleboroartsmuseum.org with the subject: THREE Exhibiting Artist Inquiry – Your name.

 

 

Craft Fair and Art Sale

Calling All Artists & Crafters! 

The City of Attleboro will present its 10th Annual Expo for the Senses, on Saturday, August 18th, 2018 from 12-5pm at the Judith H. Robbins Riverfront Park on Riverfront Drive in Attleboro, MA.  The Attleboro Arts Museum is an event partner and is organizing a juried “Craft Fair and Art Sale” that will be part of this city-wide event.

This Craft Fair & Art Sale will only be open to vendors that produce original, handmade items using their own designs. Non-profit groups selling handmade items, which specifically promote their organization and its mission, can apply. No kit crafts, imports, or commercially produced items will be permitted. Representatives of companies that produce merchandise for home parties and/or food vendors of any kind need not apply.   

Download our 2018 Expo for the Senses Application & Overview.

Applications are due by Saturday, May 12th at 5pm.

Space is limited – so please do not delay.  Feel free to share this application with friends and colleagues. 

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