Juried art exhibit opens Friday | Community News

Harmony Cardenas

The Adams County Arts Council’s Juried Art Exhibition is all over again in partnership with Gettysburg College’s Schmucker Art Gallery, Dr. Shannon Egan, director, in accordance to an arts council release.

The opening reception is Friday, June 3, 5-7 p.m. at Schmucker Artwork Gallery, 300 N. Washington St. on the higher education campus. Awards will be declared at 6 p.m. The exhibition runs by Friday, June 24 gallery several hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday–Sunday, shut Mondays.

The juror for this year’s exhibition is Heidi Leitzke, assistant professor of art and director of the Eckert Art Gallery at Millersville University.

Forty-six artists have been selected to be in the exhibition: David Allison, Mark Anderson, Adina Andrus, John Armstrong, Hilary Houston Bachelder, Richard Barvainis, Sally Becker, Alex Bellotti, Sarah Cecil, Emily Clarke, Charles Campo, Sandra Desrosiers, Keith Dull, Andrea Finch, Tracy Finn, Mary Grassell, Jennifer Hartzler, Michael Hower, Robyn Jacobs, Kim Klabe, Angela Lapioli, Kip Laramie, Chris Lauer, Dan Mangan, Jose Trejo Maya, Gerard McFerren, Eliza McKenna, Eric Miller, Lenore Fiore-Mills, Alan Paulson, Arlyn Pettingell, Judy Pyle, George Radeschi, Shelley Ramsay, Joh Ricci, Jaclyn Rice, Cassi Rodriguez, Andi Simpson, Rod Stabler, Gregory Suryn, John Tronsor, Daisy Mae Valentine, Anita Williams, Elaine Wolfe, Autumn Wright, and Harold Zabady

Nine different awards will be presented to artists through the reception. The sponsors and awards are: Scott & Co. Good Jewelers, Greatest of Show Open up Minds, next put LARK, 3rd place Harvest Investment Providers, fourth area Gunnar Galleries, fifth position A & A Village Treasures, buy award Adams County Land Conservancy, landscape award directors award courtesy of Schmucker Artwork Gallery and the Blick Art Award. Attendees will vote on the People’s Decision Award. The community is inspired to vote for their favorite artwork.

Individuals not able to attend in particular person can look at the artwork at the Adams County Arts Council’s site, www.adamsarts.org. Purchases can be produced straight on the web. Proceeds from the sales of art reward the Adams County Arts Council.

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