Posted in Artist Opportunities, Exhibits, Past Exhibits

150 Pieces by 109 Artists
5 Galleries on 2 Floors

Juror’s Talk with Reg Browne: Sun., Sept. 10; 4pm

On view in the museum and online through September 30

View our EO40 exhibition catalog, cover design by Brian McLendon, catalog design by Jan Applebaum.

Congratulations to EO40 Award Winners

Doug Palmer Best In Show Award: David Orban, The Work Party: Biplane and Blue Truck in Green

Mel Leipzig Painting Award: Patricia Hutchinson, Mary and Brandon

Sculpture Award in Memory of Frank Weeden: Carol Magner, Reverie

Diane Ciccone and Kali MacMillan Photography Award: John Slavin, Bonneville

Kerry Perretta Award for Works on Paper: Bill Donnelly, Lichen on granite #2

Digital Art Award, sponsored by Hunter Research: Abigail Johnson, Colony/Collapse

Watercolor Award in Memory of Robert Sakson: Laura Beard, Stick in the Mud

Phoenix Art Supplies Abstract Art Award:
James Dupree, Valley of the Gods, Self Portrait

Stephen Bruce Award for Excellence in Unique Materials: Robin Brownfield, Out There

Carolyn Stetson Risk Takers Award: Marge Miccio, Ghosts of Factories Past

Alpha Kappa Alpha Award for Florals: Pat Proniewski, Love Token

Deborah Gorczycki Portraiture Award:
Rob Cuff, Scarlet Messenger

Michael and Sarah Unger Seascape Award: Arleen Freed, The View

Susan Luty Sculpture Award: Nancy Gibbs, Sunset in the Smokies

Curator’s Award, sponsored by Jerry’s Artarama: Philip Carroll, The Harvest

President’s Award, sponsored by Joan Perkes and Harry Georgeson: Asia Dodina and Slava Polischuk, Dark Sky Over Parking Lot

Lawrence Stein Award for a First-Time Ellarslie Open Exhibitor: Scot Wittman

Reginald M. Browne is the Vice Chair of the Board of Trustees at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), Chair of PAFA’s Board of Governors of Art College, and a member of the Executive Committee. He is the Chairman of Creative Capital Foundation, a nonprofit, grantmaking organization whose mission is to provide grant funding to artists in the creation of groundbreaking new work. He is on the board of Silver Art Projects, a nonprofit organization that provides artists with free, year-long studio space and career development opportunities that accelerate and enhance their artistic practice. 

A Principal of GTS Securities, an automated multi-asset class market maker headquartered in New York City, Mr. Browne has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from La Salle University where he serves on the Board of Trustees. He and his wife Dr. Aliya Browne are known as influential collectors of contemporary African diasporic portraiture and abstract expressionist art. Mr. Browne brings a fresh and exciting perspective as a supporter of artists and the arts.

SCHEDULE (Subject to change)
Juror’s Talk with Reg Browne Sunday, September 10, at 4 pm
• Exhibition closes Saturday, September 30, at 4 pm
• Artists’ unsold artwork may be picked up, with receipt: Sept 30, 4-6 pm; Oct 1 and 2, 10 am to 3 pm; Purchasers of exhibited artwork may pick up their pieces, with receipt, after 4 pm September 30

Details and dates subject to change.