Art Show 2018

ABOUT THE SHOW

ArtsRevive is pleased to present their 16th annual juried art competition. The ArtsRevive show has built a reputation for its varied sampling of Alabama talent at its finest. The show will be held at Arts Revive Cultural Arts Center located at 3 Church Street in the heart of historic downtown Selma.  Alabama Artists: Roots and Wings was open to artists who currently live in Alabama (Roots) as well as those artists who are from Alabama although they may now live and work elsewhere (Wings). The show will be open free to the public on most Fridays (10-4), Saturdays (10-4) and Sundays (1:30-4) through May 31.

 

AND THE AWARDS GO TO

Best in Show Debra Riffe – Sassy Girl
1st 2nd 3rd
Oil/Acrylic Mary Anne Casey

Beauty, Mystery and Three Red Goats

Joanna Nichols

The Old Tenant House

DaNeal Eberly

Approach

Watercolor/Pastel/Drawing Yuri Ozaki

Foggy Morning in the Forest

Karen Weir

Wysteria Way

Karen Weir

Good Ol’ Bouys

Photography/Works on Paper/Computer Generated Works Phillip Griffith

Washington County, Illinois

Warren Simmons

Eastern Lake Fog

Richard Stockham

Havana Winter; A Door Ajar

3-D/Mixed Media Randy Schoults

Travels with the Family #2

Mary Patton Sims

MPS Design

Ben Smith

Called Caligula

People’s Choice Award Susan Mogan – Secret Haven

 

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JUDGE

 

Scott Stephensis Professor of Art and Chair of the Department of Art at the University of Montevallo. He earned his MFA degree from the University of Alabama and the BFA from Washington University in St. Louis. His studio practice is in large-format printmaking and historic photographic processes. Stephens’ prints have been seen in over 100 exhibitions and are held in regional public collections as well as private and corporate collections nationally. His work has been recognized with a fellowship from the Southern Arts Federation/National Endowment for the Arts and two individual artist fellowships from the Alabama State Council on the Arts in 1992 and 2002. In 2006 Stephens was designated the Carnegie Foundation CASE Alabama Professor of the Year.