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2018 FL3TCH3R Exhibit Entrants, and patrons

We have had a setback and regret to inform you that David Carson, the juror, has had a personal emergency and will not be able to participate in this year's exhibit. Due to these unfortunate circumstances, we will not be announcing accepted artworks until around September 24, 2018. 

Even so, we are very excited to announce that our new jurors will be a team of two very accomplished studio artists/educators!  They are Cheryl Goldsleger and Larry Millard. 

Cheryl Goldsleger exhibits in the United States and internationally. Her work has been included in exhibitions at the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, DC, the American Academy in New York, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, the Brooklyn Museum, the Islip Art Museum, The National Museum of Women in the Arts, the Virginia Museum, the New Orleans Museum, the Israel Museum, and the Tel Aviv Museum.  Her work has been discussed in an extensive list of publications, and her awards include two National Endowment for the Arts Artist Fellowships, a Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art Fellowship, a residency at the La Napoule Foundation in southern France and a US/France exchange fellowship at the Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris. Goldsleger’s drawings and paintings are in the collections of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, the Brooklyn Museum, The Fogg Museum, the High Museum, the Israel Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, the New Orleans Museum, the North Carolina Museum of Art, the Rhode Island School of Design Museum, the Tel Aviv Museum and other important public and private collections.  Cheryl Goldsleger was appointed the Morris Eminent Scholar in Art at Augusta University in Augusta, Georgia beginning in Fall 2015. The Morris Chair will provide leadership in the visual arts at Augusta University and in the greater Augusta area. The Morris Chair is the first Eminent Scholar position among the senior colleges in the University System of Georgia and is made possible by William S. Morris III.

Larry Millard has shown nationally and internationally throughout his career. He is Professor Emeritus at The University of Georgia having taught sculpture and design for nearly forty years. During his career he has had 22 solo exhibitions and his work has been included in over 190 group exhibitions and numerous public art venues. He has received several awards and grants for creative research and teaching. Currently, he serves on the boards of directors of the Mid-South Sculpture Alliance and the Greater Augusta Arts Council. His time is divided between Augusta and Athens, GA, and New York, NY. Larry Millard received a MFA in Sculpture from Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri;  a BFA in Sculpture from East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, Tennessee; and a Certificate of Historic Preservation Studies from The College of Environment and Design, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. 

We look forward to getting back in touch with artists for notification of final selections!  

Please stay tuned!

Our Best,

Barb, Carrie, and Wayne Dyer
Co-Founders/Directors FL3TCH3R Exhibit

 
 
 


Distinguished President's Trust Induction

The FL3TCH3R Exhibit, & co-directors, Inducted by Dr Brian Noland, President of ETSU, M. Wayne Dyer, Barbara H. Dyer, and Carrie A. Dyer, East Tennessee State University, April 13, 2018
Febuary 25, 2017
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Hadad
Wesam Mazhar Haddad, "Cradle of Tortured Peace,"
Digital Printing on Paper. 100 cm X 70 cm, 2016.
child abuseAlessandra Divizia, "Love doesn't cage. Let life free," Oil on Canvas, edited in Photoshop. 25" x 20," 2015

Erica Ciganek / Seattle, WA, "Tabor II" Oil and Gold Leaf on Panel, 5" x 5," 2016
Last SupperMichael Spillers, "The Last Selfie," archival pigment print from a digital collage, 23.25" x 28.5," 2015
 
  Superman
 
Kathryn Cirincione, "KRYPTONITE," pigment and ink on archival paper, 16.5" x 22," 2014
guns
Tom Hubbard, "Recoil," Porcelain with stamped text, body stains and dry pigments. Fired to cone 6. 8" x 20'-0" x 1.25" (each gun- 6.25" x 8" x1"), 2016
 
 
Jurymandering Polar Bear
Jim Kransberger, "Gerrymandering," Mixed Media, 7.5" x 21" x 21," 2016
Jamie Luoto, "Polar Bear," gouache on watercolor paper, 14" x 11," 2017
 
 
Above are Images from 2018 exhibit: also visible in catalog

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