Shelly Bradbury “Seagull”
Richard Brady “Under the Concord Sun”
Viktor Butko “Snowy Day, Madison Street”
Margaret Carrier “Plates”
Wray Clifford “Snowy Road”
Melissa Cooper “Blue Willow”
Alayna Coverly “The Stability of Femininity”
Emanuela De Musis “Catherine of Siena”
Brian DiNicola “...To Come Into My Life”
Leon Doucette “The Long Dream”
Dennis Doyle “Winter Esker Whale Island”
Noriko Fox “Sugar Powdered”
Richard Giedd “Mackerel Hill”
Shelah Horvitz “Sleeping Brook”
William Hoyt “Interior with Birds”
Eric Johnson “Ultramarine Madness”
Sally Ladd Cole “Sun After Squall”
Anne Leone “Cenote Azul #41”
George Martin “Genuflect”
Erin McCarthy “Simple Man II”
A.S. McGuffin “Jeremiah”
Timothy Neill “Apple Blossoms”
Paul Noel “Solo Fisherman”
Maxwell Nolin “Polly”
Pam Perras “Still Life with Envelope”
Adam Rhude “Red Wine”
Carol Robey “Goosed”
Irena Roman “Colin”
Jeanne Rosier Smith “Passion”
David Wells Roth “Portrait of Jess”
Hillary Scott “September Song”
Robert Steinem “Slowly Clearing”
Katie Swatland “Fire”
Linda Thomas “Spring Jubilee”
Maureen Vezina “Copper Woods”
James Wolford “Wild Horses Opera House”
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
Applications now CLOSED
August 31-September 28, 2019
The Annual Regional Juried Exhibition is a juried show featuring the best of representational painting by New England artists who work in the realist tradition.
The exhibition will be on view in the historic President's Gallery at the Guild's 162 Newbury Street location. The entire gallery has been renovated and features new furniture, carpets, and LED lighting. The President's Gallery also features a skylight to allow viewing of paintings in natural light.
Selected artists will have the opportunity to exhibit where the great artists of the Boston School showed their work. Please review the following information and if you have any questions, please call the gallery at 617.536.7660 or e-mail us at BostonGuild@gmail.com
Artists must complete and return the entry form by July 25, 2019
Work must be representational, with a strong academic background.
Accepted media are oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, pastel, graphite, charcoal, pen and ink, and pencil. Please check if using any other medium.
Prints, including giclees, are not eligible. Using a print as an underpainting is also prohibited. The Guild has a preference for work done from life rather than photographs. Although works done from photography are not excluded, preference is given to work done from life, especially when the jurors are making the awards.
The submission fee is a flat fee of $50.00 for non-members. Associate members are exempt from the fee. The fee is one amount whether one, two, or three images are submitted. We accept high resolution (at least 300dpi) digital jpeg images only! No slides or photographs, please.
All submissions should be clearly labeled with the artist's name, title of the work, size, medium, and retail price. Prices of the work must be established at the time of submission; no changes are allowed after a work is accepted. All works must be for sale with a retail price included. If a painting is sold, artists receive %55 of the sale price.
(The director retains the right to exclude work that significantly differs from submitted images or is not appropriately framed. Metal frames and unframed works are not permitted.)
Jurors select paintings for the show from the images submitted, but awards are determined after the paintings have been delivered to the Guild.
Awards will be announced* and distributed at the Opening Reception & Awards Presentation on Saturday, August 31, 3—5 pm
First Place: Gold Medal & $500.00
Second Place: Silver Medal & $250.00
Third Place: Bronze Medal & $150.00
Glenn G. Macnutt Award & $250
Robert Douglas Hunter Award & $100.00
New England Watercolor Society & $150
Award(s) of Merit & $50.00
*Award winners are notified prior to the reception.
July 25: Submission Deadline
August 6: Artists are notified if they are selected
Aug 20—Aug 24: Drop off dates for selected works
Aug 31: Awards Reception
Sept 21: Award Winners Panel
Oct 1-4: Pick up dates