Here you can find out the latest of her exhibits and others details you wish to discover about this artist.
David Beale, a Cortland resident, has won acceptance into the prestigious American Juried Art Salon's
2007 Spring/Summer show. Two works of the artist were accepted, both in the Watercolor division. They are "Last Blossom”
and “After Midnight.” The art can be viewed at www.artjury.com, the website of The American Juried Art Salon.
The link is at the upper right of the opening page.
The twice-a-year competition attracts entries from throughout
Europe and North America. Jurists are well known college and university art professors in the U.S. and Canada.
The American Juried Art Salons' Board of Jurists is composed of highly regarded art professors and major gallery directors
in North America, many of whom have made important and lasting contributions to modern day art. At least four board members
jury each exhibition, depending on the number of entries. Jurying is done on a rotating basis.
» Dr. Charles Garoian
, Director, School of Visual Arts, Penn State, College Park» Tom Barnes
, The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa» Michelle Eischen
, The University of South Dakota, Brookings» Dr. Don Bergland
, The University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C. Canada » Mark Gordon
, Barton College, Wilson, North Carolina» Noah Simblist
, The Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University, Dallas» Charles DeBus
,The Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University, Dallas» Dr. Jennifer Spencer
, Director, The American Juried Art Salon» Max Kazemzadeh
, The University of North Texas, Denton» Phyllis M. Sunberg
, The Art Bank, Philadelphia, PA
The Picture House Offers Special on Smaller Original Works
The Picture House Frame Shop, established in 1973 and located at 85 Homer Ave in Cortland, offers more than custom
framing. Owners Kathie and David Beale are promoting their original creations through the Winter months in their frame
shop’s charming gallery space. David has been busy painting a series of small original watercolors of local scenes,
matted to 11 by 14 inches and ready to frame. These originals are offered at a special price of $75 through April.
“Sometimes small is just right,” explains David. “ I wanted to create a selection of originals that
are priced under $100.. These smaller paintings can make intimate, one-of-a-kind gifts for special occasions such as
anniversaries or Valentine’s Day. Families don’t always have large spaces available on their walls, yet can find
just the spot for a small original painting by a local artist.”
A display of Kathie’s photographs and
note cards can also be seen in the shop’s gallery, as well as examples of her new dramatic collage series based on original
photographs. A selection of her work is on exhibit at Linani’s Cookie Factory at 5 South Main St. in Homer through
the winter months. She recently received a NYSCA DEC grant to create a series of photographs of local cemeteries which
will be featured at the Center for the Arts in Homer next October. A group of her matted photographs are available for $25
as part of The Picture House’s Smaller Works Special.
David currently has a selection of his original watercolors on view at Carbon Copies at 87 Main St. in downtown Cortland
and at Audiology Consultants of Cortland at 9 Church St. He also has a small select group available at the Delavan Gallery
located at 501 East Fayette St. in Syracuse. David had three paintings selected into the National Juried Art Salon,
an international online exhibit, during 2006. David has 8 ½ by 11 prints available of many of his paintings, archivally
matted, on sale for $15 each. Many of his paintings, including the SPECIAL series, can be viewed online at www.davidbealeartist.com.
An attractive group of 11 by 14 pre-made frames is available for just $10 each for framing the paintings and photographs
by the Beales included in the Wonders of Winter Special. In addition to traditional framing, The Picture House Frame
Shop regularly frames unique items such as historical documents, sports memorabilia, collections, needlework and diplomas,
always keeping preservation concerns in mind. Be sure to clip The Picture House coupon from the CAT Community Coupon
page in this issue to receive a free print with a framing job over $50!
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