The annual Members’ Juried Exhibition at the Longboat Key Center for Arts, a Division of Ringling College of Art and Design, showcases a wide variety of work. More than 80 pieces are currently on display.
The show opened Feb. 19 and will continue through March 19. Awards from the exhibit went to: Christina Castera, “Illuminated Island,” best in show; Carol Campean, “Green Rules,” first place; Shirley Beachum, “Above Sedona, AZ,” second place; William Jensen, “Pensivity,” third place. Honorable mentions went to
Patrick Bogert, “Lidded Bowl”; Nell Rude, “After Dark”; and Lynn Mayne, “Night Flyer.”
The juror of the show was Kim Anderson, assistant professor of art at New College of Florida.
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- Just wanted to make a correction in my name as it appears in the Feb. 25th article about the LBKCA's Members' show. My name is Carolyn Campeau not Carol Campean. My first place piece is called "Green Rules!" Thank you for your attention to this detail. The show is hung beautifully and is up till March 19th. The Center is open 9-4 Mon.-Fri.
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