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       Lifesaver      Laurel Grady

Members Show Summer 2024
Online KunstMatrix 3D Gallery
  6/26/2024 - 8/31/2024

Are you an artist who would like to exhibit your work?
Artists Equity offers our members several high-profile exhibition opportunities per year for the $60 annual fee ($15 for full-time students).

Co-Chair Barbara Dirnbach and Board Members Nancy Larison and Sharon Ostrow collaborated to produce a beautiful presentation at the Old City Jewish Arts Center.

                          Juror: Amie Potsic, MFA: CEO of Amie Potsic Art Advisory LLC

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First Place:
Florence Weisz
Tree Stripes - Pine
Collage: photo, acrylic paint on mylar,
alcohol ink, and Asian papers
20 x 20 inch framed

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Second place:
Joyce Berger
Origin Series I
oil on gessobord
12 x 12 inch

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Third Place:
Cheryl Patton Wu
Spatial Spheres
10 x 10 inch

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Honorable Mention:
Barbara Dirnbach
Cliffs Of Moher, Ireland
Acrylic on canvas
20 x 20 inch

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Honorable Mention;
Colleen Hammond
The Third Volume
Collage/Mixed Media on panel
9.5  x 9.5 inch

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Honorable Mention:
Kathleen Wert
16 x 16 inch matted + framed

New Year, New Board     
2/1/2024 - 4/1/2024

Woman Against The Stars  Barbara Dirnbach

Online Exhibition showing works by AE Board members:
Barbara Dirnbach, Ivy Egger, Linda Dubin-Garfield, Nancy Larison, Sharon Ostrow, and Nina Yocom

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"For the Love of Art," Philadelphia/Tri-State Artists Equity Association’s 74th Anniversary annual fall juried show, hosted by the Wayne Art Center in the Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Gallery, is an exhibit that features juried work created by the members of this organization. 

October 16 – November 11, 2023

"For the Love of Art" Juror Tess Wei

Tess Wei holds a B.A. from Swarthmore College and an M.F.A. from the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.  They are a Philadelphia-based artist who is interested in lingering as an act of resistance in our fast, contemporary moment, and explores this through painting, photography, sculpture and video. In prioritizing the blurred and the out-of-focus, their work provides space for contemplation, (day) dreaming and rest.

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First place:
Libbie Soffer
In The Shadow
Mixed media collage on paper
30 x 17 inch


Second place:
John Rogers
Sail On
Stainless, brass, copper, ebony,

bloodwood and various woods
33 x 21 x 16 inch

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Third place:
Andrea Finch
Magnolia Grandiflora VI:
Zelda The Flower

26 x 30 x 30 inch

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Honorable mention:
Meredith Wakefield
Leaning Against The Black
Clay monoprint on
black emery paper
7 x 7 inch

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Honorable mention;
Denise Loce McDaid
First Blush
Clay with patina
18 x 9 x 7.5 inch

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Honorable mention:
Karen Clark-Schock
Lucy In The Sky
Alcohol ink
15 x 15 inch

Dear Members and Friends,

After a highly successful show with a well-attended opening at The Wayne Art Centerwe are settling into a new season with our activities focused inward on creating. 

Facing Forward: Portraits Looking to Our Future

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Exhibition at The Henry Gallery at Penn State, Great Valley, from from April 3 - May 31, 2023 Juried by Kerry Dunn

Highlights from "Undeniable: Our Bodies, Ourselves"…

Undeniable Exhibition: Claiming the Legacy of Our Bodies, Ourselves, 2022.

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Artists Equity seeks to facilitate excellence, economic advancement, visibility and inclusivity for all who work in the fine arts.


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