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2020 Small Stones Festival of the Arts

Welcome to the Small Stones Festival of the Arts - 2020 COVID-19 Edition

Awards Note: Jurors' Choice Awards were also given to each of the First and Second Prizewinners in each category, alhtough this gallery only supports showing one prize per work.

 

  1. VIEWING - Click on an image for a larger view.
  2. NAVIGATION - The images are sorted with prizewinners first (note that most prizes will be awarded on October 23), then alphabetically by artist last name. Note that there are 25 pages in the gallery - use the page selector to see more entries.
  3. SEARCHING - You can enter an artist's first or last name in the search box to find a given artist.
  4. FILTERING - You can create a filtered view to see only paintings or photography by selecting a choice in the Category Filter box. You can see only those entries selected by our jury for inclusion in our printed catalog by using the Tag Filter.  The Tag Filter also allows you to view entries by members of the Blackstone Valley Art Association or Worcester County Camera Club.
  5. VOTING - Voting is now closed.
  6. PURCHASING ARTWORK - This year, Small Stones Festival is not directly selling any of the artwork on exhibition.  If you wish to purchase an artwork, some of the works include a web address for the artist, allowing you to contact them directly via their website.  For others, we will relay any messages sent to artists@smallstonesfestival.org.  Specify which artist you wish to contact and provide your contact information.


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Ivory Vase
Judith Freeman Clark
$300.00


Submission Url:
Artist statement: As a watercolor artist, my objective is to encourage the viewer's appreciation of a medium requiring skill and discipline along with acceptance of the serendipitous. My paintings invite a closer look at the myriad forms and colors of florals, and ask how light and shadow influence the interpretation of a landscape.
Specific medium: transparent watercolor
Traveling Towards Delft
Judith Freeman Clark
$350.00

Selected for catalog
Submission Url:
Artist statement: As a watercolor artist, my objective is to encourage the viewer's appreciation of a medium requiring skill and discipline along with acceptance of the serendipitous. My paintings invite a closer look at the myriad forms and colors of florals, and ask how light and shadow influence the interpretation of a landscape.
Specific medium: Transparent watercolor
Iris and Carnation
Judith Freeman Clark
$250.00


Submission Url:
Artist statement: As a watercolor artist, my objective is to encourage the viewer's appreciation of a medium requiring skill and discipline along with acceptance of the serendipitous. My paintings invite a closer look at the myriad forms and colors of florals, and ask how light and shadow influence the interpretation of a landscape.
Specific medium: transparent watercolor
Waters Farm
Waters Farm
Kristine Cobb
$125.00


Artist statement: I have been an art teacher for the past 22 years. It allows me to use summer to travel and create art. Many times I take classes during the summer and learn new techniques that I can bring to the classroom. Since I teach a variety of mediums at the high school level, my personal work also spans many mediums from ceramics and printmaking to drawing and painting.
Specific medium: Gouche paint
Les Bassac Poolside
Les Bassac Poolside
Kristine Cobb
$125.00

Selected for catalog
Artist statement: I have been an art teacher for the past 22 years. It allows me to use summer to travel and create art. Many times I take classes during the summer and learn new techniques that I can bring to the classroom. Since I teach a variety of mediums at the high school level, my personal work also spans many mediums from ceramics and printmaking to drawing and painting.
Specific medium: Gouche paint
Les Bassac
Les Bassac
Kristine Cobb
$125.00

Selected for catalog
Artist statement: I have been an art teacher for the past 22 years. It allows me to use summer to travel and create art. Many times I take classes during the summer and learn new techniques that I can bring to the classroom. Since I teach a variety of mediums at the high school level, my personal work also spans many mediums from ceramics and printmaking to drawing and painting.
Specific medium: Gouche paint
Reflections
Reflections
Donna Cobb
$80.00


Artist statement: My work is my personal escape. Light, colors and all things nature call to me to pick up and capture. Spring with its burst of colors reflects the phenomena of life recommitting. Most seasons find me outdoors embracing nature. Life rejuvenated!
Specific medium: photograph
Instinct
Instinct
Donna Cobb
$95.00

Selected for catalog
Artist statement: Observing this wren family during covid isolation has been a gift. From mating to nourishing offspring this little bird family brought joy and happiness to my world. The deep instinct to feed and protect was memorizing to witness. Please enjoy!
Specific medium: photograph
Nature's Heart
Nature's Heart
Donna Cobb


Artist statement: For me, photography is the momentary awareness of light, color and expression. From the time I was a preteen with my first instant Kodak camera I have snapped and documented life events. Recently after losing a child I picked up my camera and immersed myself in the garden. Hidden inside petals and foraging on morning dew I found this gorgeous lady bug. The heart shape visible on her oval body was a wink from above. The realm of tiny worlds outside both nourished and healed my grief.
Specific medium: photography
psychedelic shrooms
psychedelic shrooms
Cristi Collari
$125.00


Artist statement: Will include soon
Specific medium: iphoneography
Flower fun
Flower fun
Serina Connor
$25.00


Artist statement: I love flowers and this is one of them!
Specific medium: photograph
Dandelion
Dandelion
Serina Connor
$25.00


Artist statement: I love photographimg flowers!
Specific medium: photograph
Lillies
Lillies
Serina Connor
$25.00


Artist statement: I have many flowers in my yard
Specific medium: photograph
Inner Space
Inner Space
Rebecca Corke
$200.00


Artist statement: A space that is tranquil yet brimming with potential.
Specific medium: Photograph
Holding Tight
Holding Tight
Rebecca Corke
$200.00


Artist statement: Intimate transitions. This new family unit stood on the shore of a small lake before the parents’ wedding. A scene of a family’s voyage from two individuals to three, joined physically and emotionally.
Specific medium: Photograph
A Knowing Grin
A Knowing Grin
Rebecca Corke
$200.00


Artist statement: This child's gaze playfully avoids the camera, yet is actively engaged. Her joyous sense of self and spontaneity reaches you despite her lack of eye contact.
Specific medium: Photograph
No Swimming
No Swimming
David Corrigan
$125.00

WCCC Member
Artist statement: I chose to convert to sepia toning to keep the simpleness of this moment without unneccessary distraction such as color.
Specific medium: Photograph
Determination
Determination
David Corrigan
$125.00

Selected for catalog WCCC Member
Artist statement: This photo perfectly captures my love for cycling and photography.
Specific medium: Photograph
The Wonders of the Narrows
The Wonders of the Narrows
David Corrigan
$125.00

WCCC Member
Artist statement: It's hard to describe in words such awesome beauty but that's what I was able to capture with this photograph.
Specific medium: Photograph
Misty Meadow Morning
Misty Meadow Morning
Michael Corthell
$295.00


Artist statement: My art involves capturing an image with a camera, and then deliberately processing that image, until there is a sense of harmonic alignment with both the original object and my own personal witnessing experience. The final result (I would like to think) is a furthering of the original Universe’s creation process, and (perhaps in some small way) an expansion of the object’s potentiality of Being.
Specific medium: Photograph

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