Barbara Berne Smith's porcelain sculpture "Trophy Hunter" has been juried for exhibit at the Delaplaine's Center for the Arts, National Juried Exhibition, May 4th - June 16th, 2019 located in the historic district of downtown Frederick, Maryland. Juror Sandy Guttman is the Curator at the "Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden" in Washington, DC, and is a founding editor of the arts and culture magazine, "FWD: Museums". Ms. Guttman selected 50 artists from across the U.S. for this major exhibition.
The 2019 National & International Juried Exhibitions will be ramping up over the next several months. Barbara Berne Smith's first National exhibition this year has just opened and runs through March 29th, 2019 -- it's overall theme is "Faces & Figures", and is being held at the Fredericksburg Center for the Creative Arts (FCCA), which is the area's oldest art gallery, located along the scenic Rappahannock River in downtown Fredericksburg, VA.
Forty-eight works of art for this National Juried Exhibit were selected by Juror Ed King. Berne's porcelain African young elephant sculpture titled "Running For Survival" is the only sculpture juried into this exhibit, which showcases paintings, photography, and graphic art from artists across the nation. Reception is March 1st from 6-8:30pm at the FCCA Gallery, with the Juror comments/awards at 6pm. Directions to the FCCA Gallery can be found on the FCCA website: https://fccagallery.org
The American Artists Professional League
90th Grand National Exhibition 2018
Award For Artistic Excellence
Sunday, November 11, 2018 through Monday, November 19, 2018
Salmagundi Club, 47th Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10003
Dimensions: 10h x 22w x 11d