September 22, 2019 - January 5, 2020
2019 Members Exhibition
2019 Members Exhibition

Featured in this year’s show are: Richard Begbie, Nichola Bloomfield-Hood, Zenna Broomer, Tina Cantelmi, Patricia Cudd, James DePietro, Carol Esch, Karen Fadool, James Fiorentino, Jeremy Foldesy, Terri Fraser, Rob Graf, Mary Hamill, James Irvine, Shellie Jacobson, Julia Justo, Shirley Kern, Joy Kreves, Fernand Lecomte, Christina Sorace MacKinnon, Taylor Mathues, Longia Miller, MaryAnn Miller, Maria Mineo, Florence Moonan, Doug Munch, Patricia Murrell, Anne Spence, Elena Stokes, Robert Sussna, Laura Trisiano, Kazaan Viveiros, and Pamela Zave.

Selections for our juried show were made by Pedro Barbeito is assistant professor of art and director of Lafayette’s Experimental Printmaking Institute. Over the past 20 years he has exhibited internationally in fifteen solo exhibitions and participated in over seventy group exhibitions. Solo venues include Lehmann Maupin Gallery in NYC, Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in CT, Parra Romero Gallery in Madrid and Galerie Richard in Paris. Barbeito has taught at Cornell University, Purchase College, Queens College, and Yale School of Art from where he also received his MFA in 1996.

The Members Exhibition will open with a reception on Sunday, Sept. 22 from 2 to 4 p.m. Everyone is welcome. It runs until Jan. 5, 2020.

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