Still Point Art Gallery Opens "Still Point VI"

Felice Boucher, Cross Points.
Felice Boucher, Cross Points.
BRUNSWICK, Maine - May 20, 2014 - PRLog -- Still Point Art Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of its virtual exhibition, Still Point VI. The sixth annual show of its type, the exhibition focuses on those images that artists choose to hold still through their art.

The exhibition shows the work of thirty artists from around the world; over one hundred paintings, photographs, and mixed media pieces. Five artists received special recognition. Hadass Shereshevsky of Israel was awarded Best in Show-Portfolio for her collection of eight provocative images. Felice Boucher of Maine was awarded Best in Show-Single Image for her photograph, Cross Points.

In addition, Judy Reinford, from Pennsylvania, won the award for Best Photograph for her photograph, Summer. Ashley Shellhause of Ohio won Best Painting for her work, Disassociated I. Cheryl Rau of Maine won Best Digital Art for her piece Rolling in the Deep.

The names of all the artists selected to show work in this are: Shoshanna Ahart, Robin Antar, Bobby Baker, Felice Boucher, Gene Cheltenham, James Crable, Bob Craig, Constance Culpepper, Walt Curlee, Marie Dancy-Brennan, Allison Doherty, Patrice Drago, Clifford Hawkes, Valeriya Khomar, Candace Law, Leyla Munteanu, Jim Nickelson, Tony Podue, Cheryl Rau, Judy Reinford, Ashley Shellhause, Hadass Shereshevsky, Laura Smith, Carole Steinberg, Marko Susla, Ana-Lia Washington, Michael Welch, Carla Woody, Tetiana Zakharova, Maureen Zwier.

Still Point VI is featured in the summer 2014 issue of Still Point Arts Quarterly.  It remains a featured online exhibition through July 31, 2014.

Christine Cote
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