For Award-Winning International Contemporary Conceptual Artist Christine Alfery, The Honors & Awards Just Keep on Coming!
Posted on July 31 2019
For Award-Winning International Contemporary Conceptual Artist, Christine Alfery, the well-deserved honors and awards just keep on coming! In this past week alone, two of Christine’s paintings have been accepted into National Juried Exhibitions, and one was awarded 3rd prize in an existing juried exhibition.
Don’t Fence Me In (above) was accepted in the 39th Annual National Juried Exhibition, A Sense of Place, to be held at the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art in Augusta, Georgiafrom September 13th through October 18th 2019. The Awards Presentation and Opening Reception for this event will be held on Friday, September 13th 2019 from 6-8pm.
After careful deliberation, Juror Anne Marchand chose 51 works of art by artists from 31 different states. In total, the Institute received 389 entries from 121 applicants representing 39 states.
This is not the first award this painting has received! Following are other distinctions this piece has been awarded:
The Wisconsin Watercolor Exhibition Members will be showing their artwork at Gallery 110 in the Plymouth Art Center, Plymouth, Wisconsin. Christine will be showing Don’t Fence Me In and Tree House.
Don’t Fence Me In was accepted in the Northwest Art Center at Minot, North Dakota National America Exhibition. It was also accepted for the Adirondack’s National American Watercolor Exhibition in New York.
As if that news isn’t exciting enough, Christine was also notified that her painting, The Song The Wind Sings was given a merit award at the Manito Art Leagues Regional Exhibition. Judge Ken Bloom, curator, artist from Duluth, Minnesota made these comments about her work:
A highly abstracted and exploding composition, layered of quantitative forms superimposed upon an ambiguous landscape suggesting a tectonic cleft, as a storied map of describing evolution and transcendence.
The Song The Wind Sings
The song the wind sings
The tears the rain cried
blue against the shore
And To The Moon and Back II (left), received 3rd place in The Ilinois Watercolor Society’s Small Works Exhibition.