Tuesday, February 21, 2017

New shows in 2017

Hill Center Galleries
Exhibition Dates: June 28–October 1, 2017
Opening Reception with Juror Claude L. Elliott: June 28, 6-8pm
921 Pennsylvania Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20003

Pendulum
Oil and plaster on board           40x30               





Maureen E. Doallas has featured my work in her Artist Watch series!
http://www.escapeintolife.com/painting/judith-peck/



30th September Competition
2nd place award-Juried by Mark Tullos
June 2nd to Sept. 22nd 2017
Alexandria Museum of Art
933 2nd St
Alexandria, LA 71301
http://themuseum.org/exhibits/30th-september-competition

The Seed of Change 
Oil and plaster on board          33x31       










Art of Engagement  
August 4th to August 24th 2017
Touchstone Gallery
curated by Jack Rasmussen 
901 New York Avenue NW 
Washington, DC     20006
Voice
oil and plaster on board           20x16  





Included in the Poets and Artist Magazine- Idiosyncratic Monochromes- Issue 85 June 
Curated by Lorena Kloosterboer

Cultural Obliteration   oil on board  12x12 inches


















        Won Best in Show 
                     and
        Students' Choice Awards
Juror-Jeffrey Allison of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
5th Annual Juried Art Show
Art Speaks on the Bay 2017

May 6 - June 3, 2017
Art Speaks Gallery
279 Main Street
Mathews, VA 23109




Invitational-The Night Journey- 
Sold to a private collector
Alchemical Vessels
Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery
Smith Center for Healing and Arts
1632 U Street NW
Washington, DC 20009
202 483-8600
http://smithcenter.org

May  2017

Artist Statement for my piece, Plate of Armor 
Growing up as an outsider informed my approach as an artist, working on themes of social justice. My vessel bears an enamel painting of two intertwined figures from Roman mythology, based on a design from the parade armor of Henry II of France. The presence of symbols of war on this everyday object evoke the intrusion of threat into peaceful existence and the cruel necessity of psychic armor for many in day-to-day life. The cracks in the vessel are repaired in a nod to the Japanese art of kintsugi; rather than hide the object’s damage or dispose of it, these imperfections are accentuated as essential to the unique history and beauty of the object. So to do our own individual hardships create who we are, and rather than hide the experiences that necessitated our psychic armor, we must learn to find beauty and healing even in pain.
Judith Peck




8th Annual off the Wall Fundraiser-Sold to private collectors
7th of April 2017  
Masur Museum of Art
400 S Grand Street
Monroe, LA 71202



Trouvaille Art Exhibit and Auction- Sold to private collector 
Foster Tanner Fine Arts Gallery
March 20-April 1, 2017
Art Auction-Saturday, April 1, 2017 


Catalogued

Florida A&M University
Tallahassee, FL






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