A Juried Selection by James Patrick Reid, Artist & Art Lecturer

July 2015

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Julie Reflecting by Marie-Paule Martin
Face It by Ilene Skeen
Ostia Antica by Richard Bulman
Kennetta by Marie-Paule Martin
THINKING by Taehyub Lee
Chico on the 3rd day by Mateus Costa
Afternoon Stroll by Cynthia Angeles
WSP DOGWOOD B0006.jpg by Jon Rettich
artist Ted by Taehyub Lee
Bella by Hector Olvera, Etor
Rockin' Red by Kenneth Vonderberg
Study 1544 by Richard White
Power At Work, No.9 by Elizabeth  Sowell-Zak
''M'' by Seonyoung Kim
Harvest of Apples by Peggy Dean
I dream, therefore I become by Dan Simoneau
Dave seated on drawing bench by Peter Millward
Mavis in Cowboy Hat by Patricia McDermond
Frank by Gil Conradis
Study 1588 by Richard White
Portrait of Paul by Ilene Skeen
Abstract Self Portrait by Darlene Kuhne
David Robinson by Martin Danjue
"A Portrait of Paul" by Pacifico Palumbo
True Beauty by Peter Wong King
Box Turtle by Gil Conradis
Jill Looking Brechtian by Jean Marcellino
Three Amigos by Donelli J. DiMaria
STANDING BEETS by Rebecca Venn
Thoughts of Love by Susan (SZN) Kraft
Love - Pass It On by Justin Austin

Summer Art Fare -- James Patrick Reid is a New York City-based artist and teacher. He is a member of the Painting Center gallery in Manhattan. Reid has served on the Fine Arts faculty at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, the Art Students League, and the New York Academy of Art. He has lectured numerous times at Parsons School of Design, the New York Studio School, and at art schools and universities around the country. His lecture subjects range from "Art and Metaphysics" (at Oregon State University) to "A structural Comparison of Tintoretto's Raising of Lazarus and Seurat's Evening, Honfleur" (at the New York Studio School).

James Reid's published writings have appeared in American Arts Quarterly, Westwind Arts and other publications.

When asked what he looks for in art, Mr. Reid answered:

There is a quality which characterizes the great art of all epochs and styles, from the Chauvet caves to Mondrian. It is vital form, form that lives thanks to the integrity and completeness of its relationships of line, shape, and tone, and by virtue of the resonance of the volumes and the space. Great abstract art aims directly at this quality, and the masterpieces of representational art from antiquity to the present time impressively embody it. This is the standard by which I judge art.

Mr. Reid selected Julie Reflecting (watercolor) by Marie-Paule Martin of New York City, NY to launch the month of July.

Artworks making their calendar debut: 15. Seven artworks are being retired, having now appeared in three calendars: Ostia Antica by Richard Bulman of Bellingham, WA; David Robinson by Martin Danjue of , NY; Study 1544 by Richard White of Coventry, CT; Frank by Gil Conradis of Melbourne, FL; Harvest of Apples by Peggy Dean of Croton-on-Hudson, NY; "A Portrait of Paul" by Pacifico Palumbo of Colrain , MA; Love - Pass It On by Justin Austin of Graham, NC.

Art for this calendar comes from 12 states and Mexico.

The 31 artists represented in July, 2015, in day order are: 1 Marie-Paule Martin, 2 Ilene Skeen, 3 Richard Bulman, 4 Marie-Paule Martin, 5 Taehyub Lee, 6 Mateus Costa, 7 Cynthia Angeles, 8 Jon Rettich, 9 Taehyub Lee, 10 Hector Olvera, Etor, 11 Kenneth Vonderberg, 12 Richard White, 13 Elizabeth Sowell-Zak, 14 Seonyoung Kim, 15 Peggy Dean, 16 Dan Simoneau, 17 Peter Millward, 18 Patricia McDermond, 19 Gil Conradis, 20 Richard White, 21 Ilene Skeen, 22 Darlene Kuhne, 23 Martin Danjue, 24 Pacifico Palumbo, 25 Peter Wong King, 26 Gil Conradis, 27 Jean Marcellino, 28 Donelli J. DiMaria, 29 Rebecca Venn, 30 Susan (SZN) Kraft, 31 Justin Austin.

Each of the artists selected for the calendar receives two (2) complimentary listings.

The Barebrush Provenance for each artwork is viewable by clicking on the calendar thumbnail (above) or on the caption under the artwork from each artist’s Barebrush Gallery page. The Barebrush program of retiring artworks that have been selected for three calendars is designed to encourage all artists to show their best new work and keep their online galleries fresh and interesting.

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