Painting in 100th anniversary show
"Light Fall," one of my more abstract landscapes, was accepted into the 100th anniversary show of the Greenwich Art Society, currently on view at the Bendheim Gallery at the Greenwich Arts Center (299 Greenwich Avenue, Greenwich CT; viewing hours Tuesday – Friday 10-4pm, Sat/Sun – 12-4pm). The show will be up until the end of May. The juror for the show was Kelly Baum, the Cynthia Hazen Polsky and Leon Polsky Curator of Contemporary Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. If you are in the area, try to see the show—the jurying was very competitive and so the quality of the paintings is high. Nobody had more than one piece accepted. (I also entered "Two Fields.")
More show news
I'm in another show in May, with three framed works and several unframed ones. They're in the annual benefit show at the Maplebrook School in Amenia, NY (Route 22 north of the intersection with 343). The opening was yesterday, with a Kentucky Derby party.
One of the first paintings I ever did on Yupo, the synthetic paper I now use most of the time, sold at the show, a painting of a miniature waterfall in Hillsdale, NY, whose scale is not decipherable. It sold to the parents of a student and was taken home to South Korea!
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The Sheffield show lives on...
For those who couldn't make it to my solo show at the Sheffield library last fall, my husband, Rob Jenter, made this video, which includes a tour of the show and a stop-action view of the party. Take a look! It's 2½ minutes.
The music is "Come Rain or Come Shine," arranged and sung by Rob (more of his music can be found at his website).