2019 UMA Student Art Exhibition

March 29th - April 24th, 2019
Awards Reception Sunday, April 14th 4:00-6:00pm 

 

As the world shifts from gray winter to bright spring, the art students at the University of Maine at Augusta bring the Danforth Gallery to life with their creative endeavors.  Open to both art and non-art majors, students submit work from various art classes throughout the year. The artwork spans a variety of media including, but not limited to, ceramics, design, drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, mixed media, and sculpture.

 

Each submission is judged on technical execution and ideas reflecting a broad range of 
media and at all stages in academic development.  Honorary Judge Andres A. Verzosa will select pieces for awards that are carefully 
crafted, thoughtfully developed and designed.

The Exhibition is on display from March 29th to April 24th, and the public is welcome to visit the gallery in Jewett Hall, which is open on Mondays through Thursdays from 9:00am to 5:00pm and on Fridays from 9:00am to 4:00pm. Families of the students, the UMA community and the general public are also invited to the Awards Reception on Sunday, April 14th from 4:00pm to 6:00pm, where students get to discuss  their work and receive awards on selected pieces.

The UMA art program offers a bachelors degree in studio art with courses in drawing, painting, 
sculpture, ceramics, design, printmaking, electronic arts, and photography.

About the Honorary Judge:

Andres A. Verzosa is the Executive Director of the Stanley-Whitman House, an early American living history center and museum in Farmington, Connecticut. Previously, he was Interim Executive Director and Curator of the Ogunquit Museum of American Art and Director of Aucocisco Galleries in Portland, Maine, one of the leading commercial art galleries in the state. Verzosa currently serves on the board of the Maine Historical Society. He previously served on the boards of the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, the Maine College of Art, the Quimby Family Foundation, the Portland Arts and Cultural Alliance, and was a founder of Portland's First Friday Art Walk. Verzosa studied at the University of Maine and holds a BFA degree from the Maine College of Art. He is married to David G. Whaples and they reside in New Britain, Connecticut and have a summer home in Perry, Maine.

Participating Artists

Catherine Baird

Kimberly Baker

H. Beaton

Amanda Beaulieu

Angie Beaulieu

C. Beringe

Kayla Bickford

Emily Blackney

Amy Bley

Sherry Casas

H. Chesley

Jenna Clifford

J. Crochere

Dakota Douglas

Caroline Dustin

Alexis Eldridge

C. Fortin

Julie Gee

T. Gettle

S. Gosselin

K. Hardy

Cheryl Harrington

Jacqueline House 

Shana Rowe Jackson

Alycia Jajiardo

Amy Jones

Rayna Knight

Nicole Labbay

Noah Lebel

Isabel Lobley

M. Malone

Evan Lord Martin

Jessica Morton

Rebecca Pass

Ashley Patten

Cassidy Penney

Paul Philbrick

K. Quimby

Chelsea Rose

Tina Rousseau

J. Roy

Pam Schaltenbrand

Heidi Simmons

Jarrod Simpson

Mackenzie Small

Sally Stevens

A. Story

Kyle Thrace

Andrew Treworgy

J. Twadelle

Sally Wagley

Pamela White Weston

Ashley Whipple

 

Artistic Awards by Judge Andres A. Verzosa  

Emerging in ART 100  

Julie Gee

Untitled Self Portrait

Emerging in 2D Design  

Rayna Knight

“Look Out (Girls)”

Excellence in 2D Design  

Jenna Clifford

“Anatomy of an Art Student”

Emerging in 3D Design  

Caroline Dustin

“Wire Head”

Excellence in Drawing

Jarrod Simpson

“Enigmatic Eels”

Excellence in Drawing

Jessica Morton

“7/31/18 My Day of Discovery”

Excellence in Painting

Shana Rowe Jackson

"Blueberries on Cadillac Mountain"

 

Emerging in Sculpture

Rebecca Pass

“Bike”

Emerging in Sculpture

Kayla Bickford

“Candy Wheels”

Excellence in Sculpture

Nichole Labbay

“Figure Within”

Emerging in Digital Media

Amy R. Jones

“The Book Sale”

Excellence in Digital Media 

Evan Lord Martin

“When You're Ready (never)"

Excellence in Photography

Rebecca Pass

“Diptych”

Excellence in Photography

Tina Rousseau

“Buzzwords: 'Save the Bees'”

Emerging in Ceramics

Amy Bley

“Summer Rabbit”

Excellence in Ceramics

Sherry Casas

“Hatching”

Excellence in Printmaking

Cheryl Harrington

“At Sea”

Best in Show Juror's Choice

Sally Wagley

“Muse”, "Hands", "Feet"

Best in Show Director's Choice

Jarrod Simpson

“The Bobolink is Gone”

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