Posts Tagged ‘award’

Merit Award at Contemporary Realism Biennial 2014

September 27, 2014

Singing Cat by K Henderson

Singing Cat, 24 x 18, oil on cradled board

As I announced awhile back, my painting ‘Sing Cat’ was accepted into the Contemporary Realism Biennial 2014 at the Fort Wayne Art Museum. Here’s some more info and good news.

The Fort Wayne Museum of Art’s Contemporary Realism Biennial is an invitational and juried exhibition which highlights the strength and innovation of the most compelling trends in American and international realism.

Only 34 works were juried in from more than 700 entries from around the country, and 22 works were selected by invitation from the world’s masters of realism. This year marks the first time when the number of invited artists rivals that of the juried artists, a decision made by FWMoA President and CEO Charles A. Shepard III that was meant to elevate the status of this exhibition as a showcase for not just emerging realists all over the country, but also for the powerhouses of realism in established circles. This hybrid of emerging and established artists presents a dynamic exhibition with a diversity of artistic perspectives.

Read More about the show HERE

 And as Icing on the Cake I was awarded one of the Jurors Merit Awards! This work was chosen by
Frank Bernarducci, Director and Partner of Bernarducci.Meisel.Gallery. See the Winners HERE

Art Renewal Center International Salon

July 30, 2011

Strawberry Reflections, 30 x 30, oil on linen

I’m thrilled to announce that two of my paintings were selected as Finalists in the Art Renewal Center International Salon.

Strawberry Reflections is available at Lovetts Gallery in Tulsa.

Red and Green will be shown and available at The International Guild of Realism Show. Inquire here if you are interested in purchasing before the show.

Red and Green, 30 x 40, oil on linen

Award – Hubbard Museum

February 2, 2010

Redwing, oil on canvas, 30 x24

I was awarded second place at the Hubbard Museum‘s Biennale Grande in Ruidoso, NM. I didn’t get to attend the opening because of bad road conditions. You have until April 11th to see the exhibit.