The word can be an adjective, a verb, and a noun. But what does GREEN mean to us? Green is associated with the free pleasures of nature with its vibrant flora and fauna. It is a positive Earth-friendly stance connected to our environment. We use it to describe youthfulness, innocence, and naiveté. Green can be a sickly complexion or the flourishing growth of the Spring season. Green is associated with luck in the Irish shamrock. It conjures images of money and materialistic wealth and negative feelings such as envy and jealousy. Or at its most basic form, green is simply the color located between blue and yellow on the color spectrum.
What does GREEN mean to you? Show us with your art!
Saturday, April 20- Sunday May 12, 2019
Saturday, April 20, 2:00-4:00pm
Drop Off Dates for Jurying
Thursday, April 11, 2:30-6:00pm
Friday, April 12, 2:30-6:00pm
Saturday, April 13, 10:00am-2:00pm
Pick-up of Unaccepted Work
Tuesday, April 16, 2:30-6:00pm
Wednesday, April 17, 2:30-6:00pm
End of Show Pick-up
Monday, May 13, 2:30-6:00pm
Tuesday, May 14, 2:30-6:00pm
About the Jurors
Rebecca Moran holds an MFA in Visual Arts from The Art Institute of Boston, an MS in Art Education and a BFA in Oil Painting from the University of Connecticut. She exhibits and sells paintings, freelances in graphic design, and teaches Visual Art at Eastern Connecticut State University.
Michael Toti is a collage and assemblage artist who applies his graphic design training, illustration skills and a love of quirky detail to 2-D and 3-D works. He uses a variety of materials ranging from bits of metal, wood and other found objects, to vintage advertising art, Chinese fans and typography. Micheal teaches Graphic Design at Manchester Community College.