AAWA Juried Show~Northville

Saturday, March 31, 2012

"Postcard from Eogra"

 I'm thrilled to be a part of the Northville Art House Exhibit.  Come and join me at the opening on April 6 from 6-9.  Check out the fabulous artwork.

Ann Arbor Women Artists: Juried All-Media Exhibit
April 6 – 21, 2012
Northville Art House, 215 W. Cady Street

Be a pART of it! The Northville Art House is excited to present an all-media juried show from the artists of Ann Arbor Women Artists (and a Few Good Men). AAWA is a non-profit organization that consists of approximately 330+ women and men with connections to Ann Arbor, Michigan. AAWA stimulates creative expression among its members through juried and non-juried shows, workshops, artist presentations, plein air and life drawing studio sessions, holiday art & craft shows and many social events. This striking show, juried by Art House Exhibit Committee members, is professional in quality and exceptional in originality.
Exhibiting artists: Carolyn Reed Barritt, Judith Bemis, Rose Bradley, Yuling Chuang Bruya, Beth Bynum, Kay Cassill, Natasha Del Cid, Susan Clinthorne, Xander M. Clinthorne, Missy Cowan, Pamela M. Day, Sandra Difazio, Kathryn M. Duncan, Judy Enright, Dennis Gordon, Sophie Grillet, Katie Halton, Maria Huntley, Molly Ann Indura, Joseph Gerard Kemeny, Janet Kohler, Bill Knudstrup, Judith Mason-Macomber, Sandi Miller, Brooke Monette, Joanne Porter, Gayle S. Sanchirico, Dawn Sgriccia, Matruka Sherman, Sandy Steed, Jill Stefani Wagner, Marty Walker, Leona Webb, Bob Wesley, Bonnie Wylo
The show will open in our Upper Gallery with an artist reception Friday, April 6, from 6-9 p.m. There will be an Award Presentation beginning at 6:30 p.m. The show will continue through April 21 during the Art House gallery hours (Wednesdays-Saturdays, 1-5 p.m.). For additional information, call 248-344-0497 or visit www.northvillearts.org. The Art House is located at 215 W. Cady Street and is a facility of the Northville Arts Commission. Admission to Art House shows is always free and open to the public.


  1. You got in - yay! Or was this not the juried show? Maybe one of our mail art things could be a postcard from an imaginary place. Great card.

  2. This is one great image - is it really a postcard in size?

  3. Thanks, Dave. I think it is really 5" x7". I made it before I understood postcard size. But, it is in the Nick Bantock style with my faux postage stamps.

    Leslie, this is in the AAWA show. I think the one you are thinking of is my Grand Hotel picture. I'd love to do a swap with an imaginary place postcard.

  4. Love the layers. Beautiful work!

  5. Whoot Whoot - way to go B - great accomplishment my friend...