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Round #4 Juried Winners Announced!

And the Juried Winners for Round 4 are:


Maureen Meyer
At the Foot of the Hill, 2009,
Acrylic on canvas, 14" x 11"
© Maureen Meyer


Susan Rotondo
Zonotrichia albicollis, 2013,
Pencil and Watercolor, 11" H x 9" W
© Susan Rotondo


elodie Abergel
Dislodged, 2011,
Color prints on matte paper, 70 x 80 cm
© elodie Abergel


Jill Daniels
Homecoming, 2010,
acrylic on canvas, 30" by 40"
© Jill Daniels


Alex Devereux
Acrylics, 18" x 24"
© Alex Devereux


Shyra De Souza
Phantom Limb, 2013,
Found objects, variable
© Shyra De Souza


William Bloomfield
Siblings, 2007,
Alabaster, 10“ x 9“ x 3“
© William Bloomfield


Martha Martinez Peña
Underwater realm V, 2013,
Acrylic, plastilita, sea horses on canvas, 18" x 24"
© Martha Martinez Peña


Graciela Cassel
Blue tiger- still, May 2013,
Video Still, 2 min. 30 sec

Round 4 Jurors

Jennie Lamensdorf is director of the Time Equities Inc. Art-in-Buildings Program in New York, NY. Art-in-Buildings brings contemporary art by emerging and mid-career artists to non-traditional exhibition spaces in the interest of promoting artists, expanding the audience for art, and creating a more interesting environment for the occupants, residents, and guests of Time Equities Inc. properties. She is also the curator of the Francis J. Greenburger Collection, NY and on the board of Art Omi, the visual arts residency at Omi International Arts Center in Ghent, NY.

Robin Peckham is an independent curator based in Hong Kong with a focus on private collections. He operated the project space Saamlung from 2011-2013 , and was previously a director of Boers-Li Gallery in Beijing. He has also organized exhibitions for institutions including the City University of Hong Kong. His writing is published in Artforum, LEAP, and Yishu, as well as books for the Minsheng Museum, Para Site Art Space, and Timezone8, most recently including monographs on video art pioneer Zhang Peili and architectural interventionists MAP Office.

Cole Harrell is a curator, art historian, and proud collector. Before nAscent he served as Artistic Director for the Joy Wai Gallery in Chelsea, overseeing exhibitions and serving as the New York introduction for many successful international artists. In addition to contemporary art, he is also an avid researcher and collector of African Art. He works to promote understanding and appreciation for the people and art of traditional Africa. Art trends have always been of special interest to Cole; working with nAscent's team of extremely talented emerging artists allows him to take an active role in helping to foster rising stars.

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