The 2019 Annual Stow Community Art Exhibit
March 15 - March 30, 2019
Organized by the Stow Cultural Council
Special funding from the Fieldstone Grant
When: Friday, March 15, 7pm-9pm
Calling all local artists, ages high school and above! The Stow Cultural Council is seeking all creative residents of Stow and surrounding communities, to showcase their original art at the Second Annual Stow Community Center Art Show in March 2019.
Submit a digital image along with information below to enter. There is no entry fee for this judged exhibit, so start creating! We'd love to have your piece hanging on the newly installed gallery wall in the Stow Community Center.
First place winner receives a cash prize. A “fan favorite” will be determined by those attending opening night through secret ballot, and also be awarded a prize.
The exhibit will be open for public viewing throughout the month, as well as each Saturday.
Space is limited with preference being given to Stow residents.
Ages: High school and above
Size: No larger than 30” (in either dimension)
Mediums: All mediums are accepted. Artists submitting any 3D art must supply their own display system.
All artwork must be original, and created by the artist.
How to submit
One entry per artist
Entry due date: March 1, 2019
Upload link below in form field. Please ensure that your link is public, and accessible to anyone that has link provided.
All artists must read and agree to waiver below to successfully submit their entry.
Pick up and Drop Off Requirements
Artwork that is accepted must be dropped off, on March 9. Hours of drop off will be sent to artist in due time before this date. Art must be ready to hang, with wire installed on backside of frame. Artist will receive a number, which is their designated spot that correlates to space on the gallery wall. Upon drop-off, artist will hang art on the assigned spot designed by the Stow Cultural Council.
Artwork must be picked up the weekend following the conclusion of the show, on March 30 (9am-12pm). Any art that is not picked up by any artist will become property of the Stow Cultural Council.
How to Apply for a Show
Please submit your request below. Space is provided below to send a link to show your style of work. If you do not have a website, please feel free to email us any digital files of your work to preview, to email@example.com
Once accepted, you will be notified via email given below, and a time will be designated for your show. Artists are responsible for hanging up art, and take down at the end of their show.
March 16, 2018
Stow Community Center
Special funding by the Fieldstone grant
Over 150 attendees came to see all the beautiful work on display at the Community Center. Thank you to everyone who came out to support this event!
Come down and see the work for yourself, Monday-Friday 8:30am-3:30pm and Saturdays until April 7, 9am-1pm.
Artwork hung on the Gallery Wall
Come by to see all this beautiful work in person!
Artists Work on Display (images coming soon!)
Andrea Romano, A Boxboro Rd Bluebird, Paper Collage, $175
Angela Santos, Hilary at Night, Pencil drawing with digital color, $600
Ann Carley, Nest Egg, Watercolor, $200
Ann Gillespie, Blossoming, Pastel, $875
Annelie Connolly, Reflections, Photography, $125
Ashley Sweet, A Beautiful Confusion, Collage
Carol Ehrlich, Spring Breeze, Fabric Art, $220
Cathy Weaver Taylor, Abstract 1, Photography, $95
Charles Streff, To The Kashmir Flower Market, Acrylic
Cortni Frecha, Swamp Lights, Acrylic, $280
Cynthia Mesh, Fire Breather, Acrylic
David Phoenix, Twisted Seven, Archival print/inkjet output, $240
Deborah Tofias, On the Rocks, Watercolor, $75
Dee Glorioso, Florida Gulf Sunset, Acrylic
Dorothy Sonnichsen, Origami Tic Tac Toe, Fabric Art
Elena Trunfio, Tresa, Colored Pencil
Elissa Brown, Vermont Sunset, Acrylic
Ernest Stonebraker, Randall Road in Autumn, Oil on gesso board, $250
Heather Lally, “Red Sky at Night, Sailor’s Delight”, Oil
Henry Stadolnik, Self Portrait, Digital Art
Jacki Smith, I am a Dream Catcher, Mixed Media
Jim DeLuco, His, Photography
Joan Johnson, Red and Gold, Oil, $150 ($125 unframed)
Joanne Thompson, Hydrangeas, Watercolor, $350
Jon Way, Assabet River, Photography
Jonathan Daisy, Scene from Great Road Stow, Photography, $50
Kathy Sferra, Sunset over Heath Hen Meadow, Photography, $300
Kristen DeLuco, Hers, Photography
Laurie Hays, Sudbury Road Bridge, Mixed media with oil pastel, $125
Lori McDonald, Lobster Cove, Annisquam, Acrylic, $900
Lynn Nafey, Listen While I Fly, Mixed Media, $575
Lynne Zawada, Looping Strawberries, Colored Pencil
Michelle McElroy, Bob’s Shur-Fine, Oil
Ralph Caputo, Early Light Lake, Painting, $500
Rosanne Francesconi, Impressions of Cinque Terre, Oil, $595
Ruth Delmonico, Stream in the Woods, Oil on Board
Sarah Dailey, Morning Mist, Photography
Shirley Beltz, Colin Cat, Pastel
Sofy Brinister, Kabbalah Christ, Acrylic and Enamel
Sondra Albano-Rosiewicz, Imagine, Acrylic
Susan Parente McGillicuddy, September 16, Watercolor
Terry Myers Coney, Small Farm Flowers, Acrylic
Theresa Milak, Anemones, Handmade Ink on Synthetic Paper, $75
Tricia Wheeler, Acadia, Alcohol ink on tile
Walter Stadolnik, Forest Village, Digital Art