- Main Menu
- Art Calendars
- Art for Sale
DARK SPRING—Sherry Camhy, as an artist and teacher, is fascinated with materials and with the process of artistic vision. Much of her own work is black on black or silverpoint—challenging as a preference for the barebrush calendar format. Here she seems to emphasize the special boldness of her choices with a satisfying mix of dark and light. All of the art invites closer inspection. The images seem to interact with each other—almost as if the same vision produced them all. In effect, it has, since the calendar with all its artists, is pulled together by the uncommon vision of Sherry Camhy, artist, teacher and author.
Afterwards, Sherry had this comment: “I was impressed with the quality and variety of all of the work submitted which made deciding on which artists and which image of each difficult. I wish I could have curated a year of days so more of the worthy work could have been displayed.”The 31 artworks represented in March, 2009, in day order are by: 1* Lucinda Luvaas, 2 Francien Krieg, 3* Donelli J. DiMaria, 4 Judith Araujo-Volkmann, 5 BEN RIVIERE-NAZARENO, 6 Janet A. Cook, 7 Dan McCormack, 8 Haydee Torres, 9 Donna Cleary, 10 William Thierfelder, 11* Guenter Knop, 12 Kathy Ostman-Magnusen , 13 Joyce DiBona, 14 Ilene Skeen, 15 Angelique Moselle Price, 16 Tim Woodhouse, 17 R. Butler, 18 Randy Thurman, 19 Cindy Sibilsky, 20 Michael Apice, 21 Jean Marcellino, 22* Joseph Mays, 23 Joel Conison, 24 Mollie Kellogg, 25* Christopher Smith, 26 Jacqui Morgan, 27 David Michael Hollander, 28 Susan (SZN) Kraft, 29 Chanit Roston, 30 Leon Nicholas Kalas, 31 John Luce Lockett.
*Curators' Choice nominee. Nominees for the N*de-of-the-Month were selected by the guest curator as Curator's Choice. All barebrush curators have an opportunity to rank the Curator's Choice in their own special poll. Winners determined by a statistical combination of the curators and popular votes.