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Whisper
November 17, 2017 to January 12, 2018

31 BODHISATTVAS

Miller White Fine Arts, Garden Court, 708 Route 134, South Dennis, MA 02660

The monoprints with baby dolls are about the fragile treasure of the creative mind seeking acceptance and nurturing from established mentors in art. For me the mentors are esteemed artists whom I have admired and whose classes I enrolled in over the years. They would include Michael Mazur, Tetsuo Ochikubo, George Nama, and Constance Jacobson in Printmaking, and Joan Snyder, Gregory Amenoff, Bernd Haussmann, and Lois Dodd in abstract Painting.
Reception: November 17, 5-7PM

Joyce Zavorskas
Whusper
Monoprint, archival inkjet


Into the light resize
November 17, 2017 to January 12, 2018

31 BODHISATTVAS

Miller White Fine Arts, Garden Court, 708 Route 134, South Dennis, MA 02660

Reception: November 17, 5-7PM

Martine Jore
Into the Light
Digital print on metal


Quan yin
November 17, 2017 to January 12, 2018

31 BODHISATTVAS

Miller White Fine Arts, Garden Court, 708 Route 134, South Dennis, MA 02660

A large-scale invitational exhibition featuring works in a multitude of traditions and media representing the manifestation, goals and ideals of Bodhisattva. The artists of the show have prepared their works under a directive from the Mahayana Buddhism meaning of Bodhisattva: a human being committed to the attainment of enlightenment for the sake of others.
Reception: November 17, 5-7PM

Mary Doering
Kuan Yin
Archival print of trace monotype edited in Adobe Photoshop


Orange crush
November 17, 2017 to January 7, 2018

Members’ Small Works

Provincetown Art Association and Museum, PAAM

Opening Reception November 17, 6 PM.

Mary Doering
Orange Crush
Mixed media on birch panel


Immature Mockingbird
November 17, 2017 to January 7, 2018

Members’ Small Works

Provincetown Art Association and Museum, PAAM

Opening Reception: November 17, 6PM

Barbara Ford Doyle
Immature Mockingbird
Photo transfer on mulberry paper, encaustic


Red, Right, Returning jpeg
September 10, 2017 to October 31, 2017

Beauty: Art in Dialogue with Nature

Printmakers of Cape Cod at Highfield Hall & Gardens, Falmouth, MA

An invitation from Annie Dean, Director of Programs and Exhibitions: For this exhibition, the jury is seeking works that highlight the artists' interpretation of the natural beauty of Cape Cod—the land, sea and skyscapes, as well as the world beneath the sea. Selection of work is based on how prints "speak" to one another visually and thematically to create a viewer experience that encapsulates a sense of beauty.

Barbara Ford Doyle
Red, Right, Returning
Photo transfers, collage, resin

Artist's statement: Chatham’s barrier beaches and inner shorelines constantly change—a dynamic ebb and flow of waves, currents, winds and tide. On April 1, 2017 ocean water surged through a “break” in South Beach creating a navigation channel to Nantucket Sound. Mariners returning from sea, position the red buoy to their right.


Foggy Day monotype
September 10, 2017 to October 31, 2017

Beauty: Art in Dialogue with Nature

Printmakers of Cape Cod at Highfield Hall & Gardens, Falmouth, MA


Sara David Ringler
Foggy Day
Monotype


Earth and Sea
September 10, 2017 to October 31, 2017

Beauty: Art in Dialogue with Nature

Printmakers of Cape Cod at Highfield Hall & Gardens, Falmouth, MA

Sara David Ringler
Earth and Sea
Monotype


Blue Water
September 10, 2017 to October 31, 2017

Beauty: Art in Dialogue with Nature

Printmakers of Cape Cod at Highfield Hall & Gardens, Falmouth, MA



Mary Doering
Blue Water
Archival digital print


Marsh #1
September 10, 2017 to October 31, 2017

Beauty: Art in Dialogue with Nature

Printmakers of Cape Cod at Highfield Hall & Gardens, Falmouth, MA

Mary Doering
Marsh #1
Archival digital print


By the Sea
September 10, 2017 to October 31, 2017

Beauty: Art in Dialogue with Nature

Printmakers of Cape Cod at Highfield Hall & Gardens, Falmouth, MA


Lee Connolly-Weill
By the Sea
Archival digital print


Seasons
September 10, 2017 to October 31, 2017

Beauty: Art in Dialogue with Nature

Printmakers of Cape Cod at Highfield Hall & Gardens, Falmouth, MA


Lee Connolly-Weill
Seasons
Archival digital print


Story 13
July 6, 2017 to September 1, 2017

Griffin Museum of Photography 23rd Juried Exhibition

Virtual Gallery Exhibition

Juror’s Statement (condensed)
In my mind and through my eyes, this exhibition is an expression of life, creativity, and ultimately, of love. It is through the lens of love that we cherish the days past and the memories. Emotions of longing, pain, and regret are available through exploring history. While it is our collective love of our humanity and the creatures that inhabit the planet that creates concern for others and our home. Finally are the moments of beauty that remind us to be present.
It is through these artists that we can see the world in a new way. We, in the photography world, are in an exciting time of growth in the myriad of ways that photographic artists can express themselves. Old meets new with a mash-up of approaches and a host of techniques unavailable just a few years ago. While the art isn’t about technique, the ways that people are able to make the work have expanded exponentially. We are the beneficiaries of this wave of innovation and creativity.
– Hamidah Glasgow

Mary Doering
Story 13
Archival pigment print


The Invention of Maps
August 2, 2017 to August 27, 2017

New England Collective VIII, 8th Annual Juried Exhibition

Galatea Fine Art, 460B Harrison Ave. #B6, Boston, MA 02118

Reception: Friday, August 4, 6-8PM
Artist Statement: I do not think of myself as a photographer, printmaker or a painter. Rather— without being identified by a single one—I feel free to move past the confines of traditional media or genres. I draw from and mix together an endless variety of available material. Each digital print begins by choosing images from my extensive collection of scanned original paintings, monoprints, photographs and personal markings. Elements are then layered over one another. Hard edges, line, and color fields combine in surprising ways. Blending modes are used with careful attention to color, form and composition. Transparent multilayers echo fainter versions of shapes and textures. By keeping the process fluid, I enjoy a cross-pollination of the various disciplines. Using my computer as both a tool and a partner, I am free to experiment throughout the process. The resulting combined-media image cannot be made by any other means.

Mary Doering
The Invention of Maps
Archival digital print


Triptych  wonderland
August 2, 2017 to August 20, 2017

Body Politic

Juried show at Bromfield Gallery, 450 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA 02118

Reception: Friday, August 4, 6-8PM
Artist's statement: Cast from life or not, a mannequin is an idealized human figure. To reflect my sensibilities and understanding of the history of photography, I reprocess film camera and analogue darkroom techniques with an iPhone camera multiple exposure app. Although exposures are random, I can predict specific overlapping results and make only small alterations in the computer darkroom. From different points of view, layers of information superimpose in one print.

Barbara Ford Doyle
Triptych: Wonderland
Pigment prints on birch panel, resin-coated


Because I Can
August 2, 2017 to August 20, 2017

Body Politic

Juried show at Bromfield Gallery, 450 Harrison Ave., Boston, MA 02118

Reception: Friday, August 4, 6-8PM
Artist Statement: Joseph Campbell writes that all myths deal with transformation of the consciousness of one form or another, either by trial or illuminating revelations. My images represent common themes in women's lives. The photographs never ”tell” but hint at universal stories. I purposely leave the viewer with insufficient information, letting the images evoke an emotional response. Each photograph hovers between the fiction of reality and storytelling.

Mary Doering
Because I Can
Archival pigment print


Kalmar nyckel for facebook
July 21, 2017 to September 10, 2017

Provincetown Art Association and Museum

Members' 12x12 Exhibition and Silent Auction

Opening Reception: July 21, 8PM
PAAM is proud to hang works by emerging and established artists side-by-side in this annual exhibition, a celebration of the high level of creativity and achievement of PAAM members. Bidding starts at $125 and climbs by demand throughout the exhibition.

Barbara Ford Doyle
Rigging of the Kalmar Nyckel
Photo on birch panel, resin-coated surface


Walk to great island
July 19, 2017 to July 21, 2017

Monotype/Painterly Print Workshop

Class held at Zavorskas Studio, Orleans, MA

Tuition: $150. plus a $25 materials fee includes plates, paper, ink and modifiers.

To register: 508-945-3583 maximum 8 students
www.capecodcreativearts.org/workshops

Monotypes are paintings on smooth acrylic plates transferred to paper once only. Artists ranging from Edgar Degas, Pablo Picasso, Ross Moffett, and more recently Joan Snyder and Michael Mazur have used the monotype medium to express a more spontaneous and evocative range of drawing, painting and printmaking combinations.
Students will make painterly spontaneous images on acrylic plates using small rubber brayers, brushes, Oil Bars, or stencils, and oil base etching ink. Dampened 100% rag paper placed on top of the inked plate, and passed through the press with gentle pressure, results in a unique impression that is intimately and permanently bonded with the fibers of the paper. Overprinting and contemporary experimental approaches with larger rollers produce magical surprises. The glistening layers of radiant ink create truly unique images with depth, mystery, memory and delight. Demonstrations each day will help to develop individual explorations. Beginner to advanced students are welcome. Clean-up will be with baby oil or Simple Green.
Zavorskas Print Studio is air-conditioned and close to Quanset Pond and Pleasant Bay beaches.



Sunday afternoon no text
June 24, 2017 to July 31, 2017

Piece by Piece III

Cotuit Center for the Arts

One hundred and fifty artists replicated a single 15-inch square of George Seurat's "Sunday Afternoon on the Island of Grande Jatte." Each panel is for sale at $100. ArtSynergies members: #43 Joyce Zavorskas, #62 Alan Trugman, #106 Barbara Ford Doyle, #117 Sara Ringler, #124 Lee Connolly-Weill. Participating artists have additional work on display in the upper gallery.
*Stephen Sondheim's" Sunday in the Park with George"...opening July 6th thru 30th.

Sunday
By the blue
Purple yellow red water
On the green
Purple yellow red grass
As we pass
Through arrangements of shadows
Toward the verticals of trees...
* by Stephen Sondheim






Barrier beach erosion 1
June 7, 2017 to July 8, 2017

Honoring Trees Online Exhibition

PhotoPlace Gallery, 3 Park Street, Middlebury, VT 05753


Congratulations! I am very pleased to tell you that one of your images was selected for exhibition in our Online Gallery Annex.
The exhibition catalog for Honoring Trees is now available for viewing and purchase:photos@photoplacegallery.com Your work was selected by juror Laura Valenti and is included in the catalog.

Barbara Ford Doyle
Barrier Beach Erosion #1
Archival digital print







Grandmothers wheelbarrow.sm
May 20, 2017 to June 17, 2017

Home

Cotuit Center for the Arts, juried exhibition

Juror’s statement:
The world from 30,000 feet is a huge puzzle made up of shapes, colors and endless strings of connections and roads. within that chaos we find places to live - we choose a place - the place becomes us and we become that place. When you need to move on, whether by choice or force, you can choose what pieces to take with you… or not.
- Toni Spadafora

Lee Connolly-Weill
Grandmother's Wheelbarrow
Mixed media


When the nearest motel is home for a night
May 20, 2017 to June 17, 2017

Home

Cotuit Center for the Arts, juried exhibition

Alan Trugman
When the nearest motel is home for a night
Diptych: digital print, birch panel, gel medium


Home
May 20, 2017 to June 17, 2017

Home

Cotuit Center for the Arts, juried exhibition

Mary Doering
Home: Night and Day
Mixed media


06 sandscape 6, chatham, ma, 2016 jpeg
June 1, 2017

Black & White Magazine

Portfolio Contest 2017, Merit Award

Congratulations! Your entry in the Black & White Portfolio Contest 2017 has been selected for a Merit Award. Several of your images will be published as a 2-page spread in the Special Issue #122 of Black &White magazine, scheduled to arrive on newsstands early June.

Barbara Ford Doyle
Sandscape #6


Abandoned 9, rolette county, north dakota
June 1, 2017

Black & White Magazine

Portfolio Contest 2017, Merit Award

I am honored to have four images receive a Merit Award, Special Issue #122, in Black and White Magazine. www.BandWmag.com.

As some of you may know, I grew up in a very small town, Goodrich North Dakota (current pop. 67). Last summer I took a course with Tillman Crane photographing abandoned homesteads in North Dakota. We spent a week in Minot, the geographical center of North America. I was able to document my grandparents homestead started in 1900. The sod house is long gone but the farmhouse still remains along with memories of my hearts favorite place on earth.

Mary Doering
Abandoned #9, Rolette County, North Dakota


All locked up
June 1, 2017

Black & White Magazine

2017 Contest Photos: Smartphone Images

I am honored to have an image selected for Black and White Magazine's 2017 Contest: Smartphone Images
wwwBandWmag.com Issue #121, June 2017

Mary Doering
All Locked Up, Bartlett, NH


Future possibility of the planet 2017 oil 10x10 copy
April 28, 2017 to June 8, 2017

Expressing Freedon: Transcendence Through Art

Miller White Fine Arts, Dennis, MA

Reception: April 28, 4-7PM

Joyce Zavorskas
Future Possibility of the Planet
Oil/panel


Cricket dance
April 30, 2017 to May 21, 2017

Creative Hands Gallery

550 Route 6A, East Sandwich, MA

A Gallery of Fine Art & Fine Crafts

Sara David Ringler
Cricket Dance
Altered ink/painting/digital


Free play 3
March 10, 2017 to May 14, 2017

Freedom of Expression

Cape Cod Museum of Art, juried exhibition

At this complex time in our culture we are being encouraged to express our thoughts and feelings, even though, at the same time, we can face increasing attacks for expressing them. We reached out to artists to discover how this conflicting message is effecting their artistic expression. The artists’ expressions range from the deeply personal to the clearly political, and take diverse forms, from the use of traditional media to the use of new digital media and abstract concepts that speak to our times.

Edith Tonelli, director of Cape Cod Museum of Art

Mary Doering, one of seven Cape Cod artists
Free Play #3
Photo transfer on BFKRives paper


Receding tide 1982 aquatint etching 18x24 copy 2
April 27, 2017 to May 7, 2017

Contemporary Printmaking/Creative Innovation

Printmakers of Cape Cod: White Swan Gallery, Osterville, MA




Joyce Zavorskas
Receding Tide
Etching/aquatint


Ocean odyssey 2016 oil 60x60
April 8, 2017 to May 6, 2017

Love of Place: Works from 21 IN TRURO

Attleboro Arts Museum

Opening Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, April 8, 2 to 4 PM

Jane Lincoln presents: Understanding Color, Thursday, April 13, 2-4PM
Reservations requested but not required: (508) 222-2644 ext 10

Joyce Zavorskas
Ocean Odyssey
Oil on canvas


Zoom in (detail)
April 8, 2017 to May 6, 2017

Love of Place: Works from 21 IN TRURO

Attleboro Arts Museum

Opening Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, April 8, 2-4PM

Jane Lincoln presents: Understanding Color, Thursday, April 13, 2-4PM
Reservations requested but not required: (508) 222-2644 ext 10

Martine Jore
Zoom In (detail)
Archival pigment print


12story 30 sky cross and heather copy
April 1, 2017

Black and White Magazine

Portfolio Contest 2016, Spotlight

April Issue #120 – 2017. Thank you B&W Magazine for a wonderful article and printing seven images from my Storyteller Series. To see more images go to www.marydoering.com Storyteller.

Mary Doering
Story #30


Lost in art, whitney museum, nyc jpeg
February 17, 2017 to April 2, 2017

Members’ Juried

Provincetown Art Association and Museum

Juror: Sarah Johnson, Director and Curator of the Cahoon Museum of American Art.


Barbara Ford Doyle
Lost in Art, Whitney Museum, NYC
Archival pigment print


Layered evidence oil 24x24 edited-1 copy
March 3, 2017 to March 31, 2017

Exhibition by 31 Women

The James Library & Center for the Arts, Norwell, MA

In January of 1943, Peggy Guggenheim shocked the art world by devoting an entire exhibition at her Art of This Century Gallery to women artists only. 31 Women was the first of its kind, devoting the gallery space exclusively to modern women artists, most of whom were operating in New York.

The James Library & Center for the Arts is reinterpreting this revolutionary exhibition as a fundraiser for 2017.

Joyce Zavorskas
Layered Evidence
Oil on canvas


Red-orange-blue
February 18, 2017 to March 18, 2017

Playing with Fire

Cotuit Center for the Arts

Artists submit works in all mediums and sizes that are inspired by fire in their subject matter or theme, or in some way utilize fire in their creation such as ceramics, glass encaustic or welding etc.

Alan Trugman
Red-Orange-Blue
Digital print, birch panel, encaustic wax


Flameout
February 18, 2017 to March 18, 2017

Playing with Fire

Cotuit Center for the Arts

Artists submit works in all mediums and sizes that are inspired by fire in their subject matter or theme, or in some way utilize fire in their creation such as ceramics, glass encaustic or welding etc.

Lee Connolly-Weill
Flame Out
Mixed media


Evolution
February 17, 2017 to February 19, 2017

Etching Class

Workshop with Joyce Zavorskas

Creative Art Center in Chatham is sponsoring an etching class here in my
Orleans printmaking studio February 17- 19, 9-2 pm.
Contemporary and traditional techniques, etch and print your own copper plates.
Register with Creative Art Center 508-945-3583.

Joyce Zavorskas
Evolution
Etching/aquatint


Tiny-hands
February 14, 2017 to March 5, 2017

Mutual Muses IX: A Marriage of Visual Art and Poetry

Cultural Center of Cape Cod, 307 Old Main St. South Yarmouth, MA 02664

“Mutual Muses IX: A Marriage of Visual Art and Poetry” features the work of nearly 100 of the Cape’s finest painters, photographers, artisans, and poets inspired by one another’s creations.

Alan Trugman's Tiny Hands in response to poem November by Brooke Styche

Digital collage



Dissolution
February 14, 2017 to March 5, 2017

Mutual Muses IX: A Marriage of Visual Art and Poetry

Cultural Center of Cape Cod, 307 Old Main St. South Yarmouth, MA 02664

“Mutual Muses IX: A Marriage of Visual Art and Poetry” features the work of nearly 100 of the Cape’s finest painters, photographers, artisans, and poets inspired by one another’s creations.

Art Reception & Poetry Reading: February 17, 5-7PM

Alan Trugman
Dissolution
Mixed mediaa


Storm 1
February 5, 2017 to February 24, 2017

20th Annual Juried Photography Contest

Creative Arts Center, Chatham, MA

Co- Sponsored with the Cape Cod Viewfinders Camera Club.


Barbara Ford Doyle
Storm Surge
Archival pigment print


Home-not too far away from home jpeg
January 9, 2017 to February 12, 2017

Winter Art Exhibit: Personal Space

46 Cape Cod Artists: Cotuit Center for the Arts

Interpretation of the theme.
Manufacturers design camping trailers with many of the amenities of home—refrigerators, flushing toilets, TVs, air conditioning. Some even come equipped with solar panels. The RV lifestyle is made up of outdoor enthusiasts and of those interested in traveling and camping rather than living in one location. Many retirees “snowbird” to Florida in the winter and return North in spring.
The owners of this camper have established more permanent roots—Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home….
"Home! Sweet Home!" (also known as "Home, Sweet Home") is a song adapted from American actor and dramatist John Howard Payne’s 1823 opera Clari, or the Maid of Milan; the song's melody was composed by Sir Henry Bishop with lyrics by Payne.

Barbara Ford Doyle
Home (Not Too Far Away) from Home
Archival pigment print


Aerial intrusion jpeg
January 9, 2017 to February 12, 2017

Winter Art Exhibit: Personal Space

46 Cape Cod Artists: Cotuit Center for the Arts

Interpretation of the theme:
"Personal Space" is the physical space immediately surrounding someone, into which any encroachment feels threatening to or uncomfortable. In order to maintain a creative balance in my life I need time alone to think, reflect and absorb the visual beauty of my natural surroundings. This happens most often during walks along the beach, in the woods or in my yard.

The increased use of drones impacts individual privacy because they are unwelcome interruptions and uninvited prying eyes when the pursuit of seclusion is the ultimate outcome.

Lee Connolly-Weill
Aerial Intrusion
Digital illustration


Every which way, nyc
November 26, 2016 to January 29, 2017

LOOKING AHEAD First Annual Museum Members’ Exhibition

Cape Cod Museum of Art

Artist’s statement: Hipstamatic is my favorite iPhone app because of its aesthetics to film photography. I shot a series of photographs from a taxi using multiple exposures to add subtle layers of space-related information. The giant sculpture of Atlas suggests the past as a point of reference to the human activity on the street.

Barbara Ford Doyle
Every Which Way, NYC
Archival pigment print


Changing course
November 26, 2016 to January 29, 2017

LOOKING AHEAD First Annual Museum Members’ Exhibition

Cape Cod Museum of Art


Lee Connolly-Weill
Mixed media, digital print, acrylic paint
Changing Course