RICHMOND — Native artist Gina Judy of Richmond, a signature member of the Ohio Watercolor Society, has been accepted into Watercolor Ohio 2021 for her work “Ballet Collection VII: All Dressed.”
The work additionally lately took first-place honors on the Related Artists of Butler County (Pa.) Juried Present, “Artwork Is,” and has been accepted into the web Regional Exhibit of the Baltimore Watercolor Society.
The longtime Steubenville Artwork Affiliation member is also exhibiting within the Lincoln Gallery Nationwide High-quality Artwork Present, Loveland, Colo., and the Pikes Peak Worldwide Juried Watercolor Exhibit.
Watercolor Ohio 2021, the Forty fourth-annual juried Ohio Watercolor Society Exhibition, will probably be on show on the Gallery at Lakeland Neighborhood Faculty in Kirtland, Ohio. The exhibition opens on July 17 and runs by means of Sept. 3. A gap reception begins at 1 p.m. on July 17 with awards being offered at 3:30 p.m.
Sponsored by the Ohio Watercolor Society, a nonprofit high quality arts group, the extremely aggressive juried present yearly attracts entries from all through Ohio and areas alongside its boundaries. Chosen for the exhibition have been 80 work from 270 entries submitted by 171 artists.
A nationally acknowledged juror from outdoors Ohio juries the present. This yr’s juror of choice and awards was Keiko Tanabe of Carlsbad, Calif. Tanabe is an award-winning watercolor artist and signature member of the Nationwide Watercolor Society, American Watercolor Society, American Impressionist Society and Laguna Plein Air Painters Affiliation.
Keiko was born in Kyoto, Japan, Keiko lives in San Diego and conducts workshops and demonstrations there and on the nationwide and worldwide ranges.
An exhibition of 32 works from this present, together with the entire award winners, will tour the state of Ohio by means of Might 2022, following the conclusion of the complete exhibition on the Gallery at Lakeland.
Greater than 350 Ohio artists are signature or affiliate members of the Ohio Watercolor Society, which was established in 1978 to additional the stature of aqueous portray as a serious artwork medium and to help within the schooling of Ohio artists and most of the people.