2017 Summer Exhibition | Emerging Artists

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2017 Summer Exhibition | Emerging Artists
Presented at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery
Reception | Thursday, July 6th 6-9pm, Awards presented at 7pm
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The term ‘emerging artist‘ refers to someone who is in the early stage of his or her career, but who does not yet have an established reputation among art critics. Emerging artists help shape the dynamic and constantly changing landscape of Contemporary Art.

Prizes Awarded at 7pm at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery. Prizes selected by artists Jenny Brown, Providence, Caleb Cole, Boston, Lavaughan Jenkins, Boston, Brittany Marcoux, Boston, and Stephanie Vovas, Los Angeles.

About Jenny Brown: Jenny Brown recieved her BFA at Bennington College and her MFA from the School of Visual Arts, and was a featured artist in Uppercase Magazine’s 2013 Work/Life 3 Directory of Illustration. She lives and works in Providence, RI.”My primary mediums are drawing and collage, with a special interest in using found materials. My most recent collage work focuses on creating harmony amongst different elements of the natural world, in particular between flowers and sea creatures. All works are made from recycled, vintage, and repurposed materials.”

About Caleb Cole: Born in Indianapolis, Caleb Cole is a former altar server, scout, and 4-H Grand Champion in Gift Wrapping. His mother instilled in him a love of garage sales and thrift stores, where he developed a fascination with the junk that people leave behind. Cole is a 2015 Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellow, 2013 Hearst 8×10 Biennial Winner, 3-time Magenta Foundation Flash Forward Winner, 2011 St. Botolph Club Foundation Emerging Artist Award winner, 2011 Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellowship Finalist, 2009 Artadia Award winner, and a 2009 Photolucida Critical Mass finalist. He exhibits regularly at a variety of national venues and has held solo shows in Boston, New York, Chicago, and St. Louis, among others. His work is in the permanent collections of Brown University Art Museum and Leslie Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art. He is represented by Gallery Kayafas, Boston.

About Lavaughan Jenkins: “…Scraping and adding, scraping and adding I continuously work and rework the surface. The figures emerge and at times spill over the edge. Allowing them to merge with or rub roughly against the world beyond the painting. This creates unrestricted forms. This is what I love about painting. The process allows me to fall in love over and over again. With each work brought from conception to completion I am compelled to experience love’s conclusion and its after effects. This part of the process is what drives my handling of the paint. As in love itself, there are instances a sensitive and delicate touch is required. Yet, also true in love, there are times when things need to become abrasive. So one must come to know when to allow what is murky, what is mysterious or difficult to discern, to be vivid in its own right.”

About Brittany Marcoux: Brittany Marcoux is a photographer and visual artist from Massachusetts. In 2016 she received her MFA in photography from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She has exhibited at the Danforth Art Museum in Framingham MA, AS220 in Providence RI, §üb∫amsøn, Aviary Gallery, and Nave Gallery in Boston MA. Marcoux is currently a teaching assistant in the Visual and Environmental Science department at Harvard University.

About Stephanie Vovas:Based in Los Angeles. Born in Massachusetts. A.A. in photography from Maine Media Workshops. Making pictures of people is my favorite thing to do. Especially if I am drinking wine at the same time! I love to make up stories for my subjects to act out. I am obsessed and captivated by 1970’s culture.  I am most inspired by locations, of the glamourous and weird kind, hotels and homes lit with California light. My heroes are Helmut Newton, Larry Sultan, Andy Warhol, Led Zeppelin, Brigitte Bardot,  & Janis Joplin.  I am working on a book of Diora Baird, she is my modern Brigitte Bardot. I also am a Polaroid fanatic, a book is in the works on that too.”


Congratulations on the Accepted Artists!
Opening Reception July 6th, 6-9pm | Awards announced & presented at 7pm

Thank you to our reception sponsor, Bully Boy Distillers
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* Denotes CAA Members

Stephanie Angelo* Fruits of Passion Acrylic on Canvas 20×24″ $875
Nancy Beams* Humility Etching, Aquatint, Hard Ground 17 x 17 “ $350
Anne Beinecke* Northern Pintail Acrylic/mixed 12″ x 16″ $950
Emily Brodrick* Heads in the Cloud Crocheted and Knitted Synthetic and Natural Yarns, Polyfill 30x30x30” $2,200
Sammy Chong Urban Safari Mixed media on Printed Canvas 36x 30″ $5200
Haley Cormier* Requiem: Afforest Bark and Mixed Media 5x 2′ $600
Mia Cross* 3D Printer Sculpture 18x 10 x 40″ $1000
Mary Curtin Dead Deer Water Color and Pen 10 x 13″ $400
Mary Curtin Witch in the Woods Watercolor and Acrylic 7 x 8.5″ $300
Lizzy Dargie Bunch #2 (red/gray) Two Color Screenprint 17×29.25″ $725
Susan Emmerson Redline Ink and Acrylic in Cut and Molded Tyvek 36 x 24x 6″ $1200
Haleh Fotowat* Ornette Flowers Charcoal, ink and Gouache on Paper 24×19″ $450
Jamezie 7 minutes, 110 lbs. Woodblock, Artist’s Body, Archival Inkjet Print 16 x 24″ $400
Jamezie 6 minutes, 60 lbs, (I and II) Woodblock, Artist’s Body, Archival Inkjet Print 16 x 35″ $800
Aja Johnson Mental Map III Mixed Media on Canvas 30×30″ $1,500
Aja Johnson Drinking From the Fountain of Good Fortune (Mental Map VI) Mixed Media on Canvas 30×30″ $1,500
Mirela Kulovic* Fragments Oil Pastels and Graphite on Paper 24×18″ $1,900
Mirela Kulovic* Fragments Oil Pastel and Graphite on Paper 24×18″ $1,900
Heather La Force It Must Be a Full Moon Oil on Panel 36 x36″ $4, 500
Kevin Lucey A Way Of Saying Goodbye When You Don’t Want To Acrylic paint on Paper 22.5 X 22.5″ $1,000
Andrew Manning Wolves in the subway Oil on board 30×36″ $1200
Alexandria Nazar Surface Representation Acrylic on Wood Panel 10×10″ $450
Katie Lane O’Brien* Ode To Allston Oil, Spray Paint, Marker on Canvas 60×34″ $5,000
Marcus Parsons Lightfall Photography 28×22″ $600
Daniela Pasqualini*
The Beginning Mixed media 24 x 24″ $700
Deborah Peeples* Surveillance 1 Encaustic 8×8″ $725
Kasey Ramirez Hull Woodcut 22×34” $800
Renée Ricciardi Untitled #1 from the series Chirologia IRL Photography 20 x 24″ $400
Renée Ricciardi Untitled #2 from the series Chirologia IRL Photography 20 x 24″ $400
Aneleise Ruggles Untitled II Mixed Media 9x 12″ $300
Steve Sangapore …And Then There Was Life Acrylic on Canvas 24x30x2″ $1,600
Rebecca Schnopp* The Illusion of Permanence Fruit, Thread, Needles 8 x 8 x 48″ $800
Charles Talbot Black Mountain Faces Terracotta, Terra Sigillata 22x18x18″ $800
Harry Yu Winking Eye Maze with Whale Acrylic on canvas 20 x 20″ $800
Daniel Zeese* Medium Handled Sex Broom Nylon 18×36″ $1000