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"Mayhem" National Juried Exhibition
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National Juried Exhibition
OPENING RECEPTION: Saturday, May 4th 7-10PM
ARTIST TALK & CLOSING RECEPTION: Saturday, May 25th 12-2PM
Join in our madness, mischief, and monkey business with the aim to create pandemonium, chaos, and discord. Let the mayhem begin!
Includes artists from Alabama, Alaska, California, Illinois, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas
juried by Alan Bamberger of artbusiness.com
May 4th - 25th, 2013
Juror's Choice Awards for the most imaginative interpretation of Mayhem include: "Smile, You are in Barra" by California artist Cristina Guerreiro, "Rage (Against the Machine)" by California artist Gwyn Lewis, and "She Escapes Me" by Pennsylvania artist Penelope Przekop.
Gallery artists: Genea Barnes, Douglas Barrett, Todd Berman, Joy Bertinuson, Marita Bolles, David Burke, Olivia Chen, Daniel Chimowitz, Bobby Coleman, Jonathan Gibson, Brandice Guerra, Yong Han, Marilyn Hill, Valerie Huhn, Howie Katz, Deborah Maris Lader, Linda Larson, Kyle Lypka, Liz Mamorsky, Ann Baldwin May, Jeffrey Narron, Dennis Potter, Maria Shell, Wendell Shinn, Ron Testa, and Tamara White
Additional On-Line Gallery artists: Diane Abt, Joe Adams, David Burke, Kathleen Clementson, Bobby Coleman, Heather Leigh Douglas, Stanislav Groz, Brandice Guerra, Jim Haynes, Ytaelena Lopez, John Martin, Kristine Mays, Dean Moniz, Leslie Morgan, Melissa Murray, Sam Nejati, Jane Norling, Patrushka, Marc Pearson, Barbara Rockhold, Karla Rossi, Chip Rutan, Gala Sadurni, Clarence Wilson IV, and Ronnie Zuckerberg
- “Promising ‘madness, mischief, and monkey business,’ four dozen artists from eight states are unleashed in ‘Mayhem,’ a national exhibition juried by Alan Bamberger of ArtBusiness.com. The exhibit zooms in and out, adjusting its scope from the personal to the global. From the tiny tragedy of lips bloodied against a child’s braces to the staggering blows humans and nature deal one another, the ugliness of mayhem is captured beautifully.” - Michael Singman-Aste of "SF Weekly"