May – June 2013 Exhibits

May 11, 2013 § Leave a comment

The Birds & the Bees & the Flowers & the Trees…  at Stratford Perth Museum in Stratford, Ontario, Canada, through May 26, 2013  

Abandoned Cynthia McNair – “Abandoned (The Laird House)”

Artists working in fabrics and wood portray the natural beauty of southwestern Ontario with quilts, fiber art and wood carvings.  More than 70 quilts and fiber artworks and 30 carved birds, flowers, and animals are on display.

Stratford Perth Museum

Moscow-New York-Barcelona is at Noho Gallery in New York, New York, through May 25, 2013  


Alternation of Seasons  Ludmilla Aristova – “The Alternation of Seasons”

This exhibition showcases Ludmila Aristova’s recent work exploring her vision of three cities.

Noho Gallery



Thirty-Fourth Annual Juried South Carolina Artist Exhibit is at Pickens County Museum of Art in Pickens, South Carolina, through June 13, 2013  

A is for Aubrey

Marilyn Wall – “A is for Aubrey”

This juried exhibition celebrates some of South Carolina’s finest artisans.

Pickens County Museum of Art


2013 Annual Juried Art Exhibition is at Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center in Frederick, Maryland through  June 23, 2013  

Diamond #1  Jean M. Judd – “Diamond #1:  Layered Formation”

Exhibit juror Gerald Ross, Director of Exhibitions at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland, has selected 49 artworks for inclusion from over 400 pieces submitted for this exhibition.




Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center


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