Monotype Guild of New England

 

MONOTYPE GUILD OF NEW ENGLAND: An Organization Dedicated to the Art of the Unique Print

Upcoming Events/Activities

Recent Events/Activities

Falmouth Annual Members Show
Falmouth Art Center
June 12 – July 7, 2014
Falmouth, MA


Juried MGNE Members' Exhibition: On the Edge
Fitchburg Art Museum
April 2 - 28, 2014
Fitchburg, MA


Pop-Up Student Show: Pushing Boundaries
Hyde Park Open Studios
September 25 - November 2, 2013
Hyde Park, MA


Juried MGNE Members' Show of Small Works: Close Observations
September 25 to November 2, 2013
The Whistler House Museum,
Lowell, MA


Unique Impressions III MGNE Members' Annual Exhibition
at the Zullo Gallery in Medfield
May 11-June 23, 2013



MGNE's 3rd National Exhibition
of Monotypes & Monoprints

Barrington Center for the Arts
Gordon College
Wenham, MA
February 23 - April 6, 2013

Small Works
Munroe Center for the Arts
Lexington, MA
September 15-October 28, 2012


2012 Annual Meeting &
Members' Exhibition

Falmouth Arts Center
Falmouth, MA
March 1-31, 2012

monoTYPE: The Literate Print
Kimball Jenkins Estate
Concord, NH
March 1-31, 2012


Art of the Unique Print
Paul Mellon Arts Center
Wallingford, CT



2011 Annual Meeting
and Members' Exhibition

Belmont Media Center
Belmont, MA

Flamouth Art Center
EXPRESSIONS EXHIBIT
Zullo Gallery Center for the Arts
Medfield, MA

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NATIONAL SHOW 2010
Fitchburg Art Museum
Fitchburg, MA

Unique Impressions: MGNE Celebrates 25 Years
Falmouth Art Center
Falmouth, MA

2010 Annual Meeting and
Members’ Exhibit

Falmouth, MA

Unlimited Vision Exhibition
Endicott College, 2009

2009 Annual Meeting and
Members' Exhibition

Plymouth, MA

Boston Public Library
accepts Coming of Age
Portfolio, 2009

Endless Possibilities
Lynn Arts, Lynn, MA, 2009

National Juried Exhibit
Attleboro Arts Museum, 2008

The Constructed Mark
Workshop, 2008

Different Voices
Kingston, RI, 2008

 

View MGNE's
Full Exhibition Resume

MonoTYPE: THE LITERATE PRINT
Congratulations to all the accepted artists for the monoTYPE: The Literate Print Show.
Below is some important information and dates, please read carefully.



ACCEPTED ARTISTS & WORKS

Artist Name Title of Accepted Work
Muriel Angelil Veramente 1
Joan Appel Isaac Bashevis Singer
Debra Arter Empty Conversation
John Avakian Homer's Illiad 2
Linda Batchelor Tempest
Christine Beneman Book of Flowers #51
Harry Bernard Mom Returned As A... 3.0
Sissy Buck Prayers I
Christiane Corcelle-Lippeveld 52, Open Book
Gracia Dayton Poetry & Flowers
Susan Denniston Physical Properties
Soosen Dunholter A Captured Passage
Daniel Embree Reproach
Daniel Embree The Proper Formation of Sexual Orientation
Maxine Feldman-Cohen Redefine
Lisbeth Firmin Going Shopping, Pell Street
Lisbeth Firmin Walking Down Pell Street
Diane Francis Conversation
Jeff Fullam Into the Gloaming
Patricia Geller Tree of Knowledge
Fay Grajower Myth and Memory
Ann Guiliani I Do Everything
David Hart Ghosts
Kate Higley April is the Cruelest Month
Clara Kent Dennison Creating Cathedrals
Natalia Koren Kropf Musician
Leslie Kramer Pages from the Past
Michele Renee Ledoux nothing doing
Michele Renee Ledoux primal void
Bonnie Lerner Pensive
Cathryn McLean Lonsdale Triptych: Maiden Mother Crone
Helene Manzo Fall Afternoon. inspired by the poem
June McLeavey Litany of Protection
Annette Mitchell Homage to Angelou
Stephanie Mohr Spontaneous Generation
Sophia Mone Scrambled
Kathleen Mullins Mogayzel Veriditas
Lyna Lou Nordstrom Peeking Through II
Marguerite Ogden False Memory
Susan Plant In Suspension
Jan Powell FSSL
Mardi Reed Cormorant View
Sara Ringler Earth and Sea
Kris Sader Cloaked in November Series, 1
Larry Schulte Lost Language #1
Amy Schupler Veaner Words Jump Off Buildings
Marilyn Sherman Scratching Lies
Bryan Smith From January 13 to March 22
Marie Tegeler Freight, Memory, Salvage
Sheryl Trainor We Are Condemned to Meaning
Lelia Weinstein Patterns
Joyce Zavorskas Connection

Delivery & Shipping


LABELING WORK:
Please ensure that your work is clearly labeled on the reverse with your name, title and price.

ARTIST STATEMENT & BIO:
Bios and artists statements, on 8.5" x11" paper can be sent to:

Jan Powell
44 Brookside Ave
Winchester, MA 01890
SHIPPING WORK:
Accepted work may be shipped, prepaid, to the Kimball Jenkins Estate in a reusable carton by Thursday, February 23. Address to:
Carolyn Jenkins Gallery, Kimball Jenkins Estate
266 North Main Street,
Concord, NH 03301
Please Note: The gallery is closed on weekends; please ensure your shipped work is delivered Monday thru Thursday. PRE-PAID RETURN SHIPPING PAPERS MUST BE INCLUDED.

DROPPING OFF WORK:
Hand delivered work can be dropped off at the same address on Thursday, February 23 and Friday, February 24 between 10am and 2pm.

PICKING UP WORK:
Pick up on Monday, April 2nd between 10am and 2pm.

Please contact Jan Powell or Jeff Fullam if you have a problem with either the drop off or pick up dates.



Insurance, Sales & Publicity


INSURANCE:
The Kimball Jenkins Estate will insure all work during the exhibition period. Exhibiting artists may be required to complete loan forms and condition reports prior to the work being installed.

SALES:
The Kimball Jenkins Estate will receive 30% sales commission on work sold during this exhibition.

PUBLICITY:
The Kimball Jenkins Estate and MGNE reserve the right to reproduce accepted images and/or artistsÂ’ names for publicity purposes.


Exhibition Calendar


  • Thursday-Friday, February 23-24, 2012 (10:00am - 2:00pm) - Drop off work.
  • Thursday, March 1, 2012 - Exhibition Opens, posted gallery hours.
  • Saturday, March 10, 2012 - Opening Reception, 5:00-7:00pm.
  • Saturday, March 31, 2012 - Exhibition closes.
  • Monday, April 2, 2012 (10:00am-2:00pm) - Pick up work; Shipped work packed for return.
    Shipped work picked up by UPS, FedEx, etc.
Please contact Jan Powell if you have a problem with either the drop-off or pick-up dates.



Framing Requirements


All work must be framed and ready to hang. Please, no clip frames, sawtooth hangers or sandwich frames. (Exceptions made with notification and approval of Exhibition Committee.) Shipped work must be framed using Plexiglas. Work must not exceed 60" in width. The Exhibition Committee and the Juror may reject any piece that differs significantly from the accepted digital image.

AWARDS:The Juror will review and select Prize and Award winners from the actual work once it is delivered to the Carolyn Jenkins Gallery, Kimball Jenkins Estate, Concord, NH.



Awards


The Juror will review and select Prize and Award winners.
  • $300 First Prize
  • $200 2nd Prize
  • $100 3rd Prize
  • Honorable Mention Awards at Juror's Discretion


Thank you. We are looking forward to seeing you at the reception.

About the Juror: Diane Fine


Diane Fine is currently SUNY Distinguished Professor of Teaching at Plattsburgh State University where she has taught printmaking and book arts for many years. This has given her the opportunity to watch the program develop and grow. She received her M.F.A. in Graphics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a B.F.A. from Syracuse University. She has an active studio practice and exhibits her work regularly. Diane is represented in many important collections including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the New York Public Library, and Yale University Art Gallery. She has been a fellow at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and the MacDowell Colony. Both were extremely important professional experiences. She recently had a one-person exhibition at Beaux Arts des Ameriques in Montreal, Quebec. She works primarily in the two related art media of printmaking and book arts. She is inspired by printmaking’s techniques that enable her to create many and varied kinds of surfaces and marks. Collaboration with fellow artists, part of the tradition of printmaking and the book arts, has been an essential part of her learning process and production.

About Kimball Jenkins Estate


The Kimball Jenkins Estate was originally the private residence of a prominent Concord, New Hampshire family. It is now home to the growing Kimball Jenkins School of Art. In 1981, the last heir of the Kimball Jenkins line, Carolyn Jenkins, left the estate to a non-profit trust with directions that it “be used for cultural and educational purposes, including the encouragement of art.” In keeping with her wishes, it is now a thriving visual arts school, the Kimball Jenkins School of Art.

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