Don't Fence Me In
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Also known as Fence
“Fence” has selected as a finalist in the Abstract/Experimental category of The Artist’s Magazine 33rd Annual Art Competition. The top winners and finalists are chosen by the editors of The Artists Magazine.“Fence” just get home from the Missouri National and then went out again to the American Watercolors National. Juried in by Carolyn Lord NWS. If you look Carolyn Lord, artist, up on the web you will see that she work and my work have nothing – absolutely nothing other than they are paintings and watercolors in common yet she juried this work into the national. So the common saying oh I won’t enter that show I won’t get in because my work isn’t anything like the judges for the most part I have found isn’t a valid comment. So how does a work like this get into a national exhibition what do judges look for? And then this exhibition like many other nationals has a judge to judge the awards – completely different judge. This process seems so fair.
National Juried Exhibition. “Don’t Fence Me In.” 2016 Illinois Watercolor Society.
Judge Eric Wiegardt, signature member of the American Watercolor Society and the National Watercolor Society, juried “Don’t Fence Me In” into the Missouri International Exhibition in Springfield MO. I am a signature member of the Missouri Watercolor Society, it is an honor to be showing in this International Exhibition.
"There are no two identical ways artwork can be viewed. There is no right or wrong when viewing artwork our minds need to be as open as a child’s, playing with colorful building blocks or choosing colors from a box of crayons filled with possibilities." - Christine Alfery
Christine Alfery is an award winning Contemporary Conceptual Artist that has been widely exhibited in museums, galleries and in corporate and private collections around the world.
Christine has a style that is uniquely her own and one that has been widely, well-received and rewarded for its’ own uniqueness and beauty. Christine’s work employs many of the techniques of the abstract expressionists, including: gestural mark making, color fields and conceptual work. Having succeeded in the art world for over 50 years, Christine continues to strive for authenticity, emphasizing the importance of an artist who is true to themselves and not the whims of market trends.