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LAISSEZ LES BONS TEMPS ROULER!

Through Sunday, February 20

ANNUAL MEMBERS’ EXHIBITION

EXHIBITION DETAILS:
LOCATION: Grace Ross Shanley Gallery
OPENING DATE: Sunday, December 12, 2021
OPENING RECEPTION: Sunday, December 12, 2021, 2 – 4 PM
CLOSING DATE: Sunday, February 20, 2021

 

VIEW THE LAISSEZ LES BONS TEMPS ROULER! ONLINE CATALOGUE HERE

 

After a tumultuous year of ups and downs pulling and pushing us towards and away from desired outcomes like a carnival ride, it’s time to freeze the action and pause at the height of possibility when the rush of energy invigorates and fills you with unbridled joy and exhilaration in the moment.

This year’s annual members’ exhibition asks our artists to savor the moment, revel with enthusiasm, and celebrate the exuberance of life with the Cajun French phrase “Laissez les bons temps rouler!” — a version of “Let the good times roll!” For the exhibition, CCP asks its member artists to dig deep and reflect on the vibrancy of a life well-lived, experienced with relish and enthusiasm, the momentum behind making the days count. Grab that brass ring and jump in with both feet and show us your unbridled passion for being.

 

AWARDS JUROR:

Mae Shore, Master Printer and founder of Shore Publishing & Cheymore Gallery

Master printer Mae Shore worked as a printer for Pace Prints for eleven years before establishing her own press, Shore Publishing, and gallery, Cheymore Gallery, focusing on collaborating with emerging, mid career, and established artists.

 

AWARDS:

Linda Herritt, Flagland, 2021, Woodcut, BEST IN SHOW

Betty Ball, Hot Pink, 2021, Photopolymer intaglio monoprint, SECOND PRIZE

Gali Katz, Plenty, 2021, Monotype with collage, BINNIE BIRSTEIN MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

 

Honorable Mentions:

Katharine Draper

Alanna Fagan

Nancy Lasar

Meaghan Morrow

Heidi Palmer

Thomas Stavovy

EXHIBITING CONCURRENTLY

Members’ Show 2021 — Best in Show Exhibition Diane Cherr

Diane Cherr received the award for Best in Show from the 2020 Annual Members Exhibition. Her prints combine narratives from personal histories and mementos to create a new view of the world, relying heavily on a foundation of story telling. She uses feminist elements alongside symbols from her heritage and personal traditions in her prints. Cherr’s work bursts with joy, whimsy and color.

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