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Round 3 Juried Winners Announced



Didn't make it this round? Round 4 starts on Friday, June 6th!

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Round 3 Juried Winners:



Artist: Stacie Uhinck Rose

Title: Within Reach, 2013

Medium: Mixed media on wood, 30" x 48"




Artist: Jean Alexander Frater

Title: Monument 2 (imagined aerial view), 2012

Medium: acrylic paint and pencil on canvas, 
28" x 36" 




Artist: Aneta NOWICKA

Title: Madonna, 2014 

Medium: digital photoraphy, 16" x 24" 





Artist: Jovan Karlo Villalba

Title: Seasonal Nesting, 2012

Medium: Oil on Stainless Steel, 30" x 60" 





Artist: Denise Treizman

Title: How do we hula hoop now?, 2013

Medium: Mixed




Artist: Bryan Volta

Title: Sledgehammer, 2014

Medium: Wood




Artist: George Goodridge

Title: Study #2, Wondergarden, 2014 

Medium: Acrylic on resin soaked stretched canvas, auto body clear-coat 
60" w x 48" h x 36" d 




Artist: Sol Hill

Title: mystery [the via negativa], 2010/2014 

Medium: Photography, new media, mixed media, 72" x 96" x 2.5"



Artist: Oren Pinhassi

Title: Untitled, 2014 

Medium: Mixed


Special Thanks to our Round 3 Jurors of the ArtSlant Prize 2014: 

Jeanne Brasile
Director of the Walsh Gallery at Setton Hall University, NJ

Jeanne Brasile is currently the Director of the Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall University. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree at Ramapo College of New Jersey with a concentration in art history and studio art, and a Master’s Degree in Museum Studies from Seton Hall University. She currently teaches as an adjunct in the Museum Professions Graduate Program at Seton Hall University as well as teaching art history at the undergraduate level. She is also an independent curator and frequent lecturer on such topics as public art, curatorial practice and institutional critique. During her career of nearly 20 years, she has curated numerous shows throughout New York and New Jersey and worked at institutions such as Storm King Art Center, The South Street Seaport Museum and the Montclair State University Art Galleries. Philosophically, she sees the gallery as a place for asking questions rather than a framework for imposing meaning. She is most interested in developing exhibitions that challenge visitors to re-think their perceptions of art, art-making and the role of the museum/gallery.



David Fierman
Co-founder, Louis B James Gallery, NY

David Fierman founded Louis B. James Gallery with RJ Supa in 2011 and is an art advisory director at Salon 94, New York. He has worked in NY galleries since 2005 and studied art history at Columbia University and Hunter College, CUNY.  His shows have been reviewed in The New Yorker, Modern Painters, Art Forum, among other publications.



Robin Kang
Multimedia Artist, ArtSlant Prize Winner, 2013

Originally from Texas, Robin Kang, is a multimedia artist whose installations, video work, and textiles have been exhibited throughout the US and recently at the Essl Museum in Vienna, Austria. Robin received her MFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and currently lives in Brooklyn. She was the ArtSlant 1st prize winner of 2013 and has participated in artist residencies in Texas, Michigan, and Beijing. Robin was the founder and director of the Carousel Space Project, an alternative arts project space in Chicago.



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