St. Botolph Club
New Talent/New England: Juried Show
May 8 - July 15, 2013
"In the 133 years since its founding, the St. Botolph Club has been the venue for many art exhibitions; one estimate suggests as many as a thousand. As part of its artistic heritage, the Club has promoted the "new art" of its time. John Singer Sargent's first one-man show in America was here in 1888, and the Club was an avid and early supporter of French and American Impressionism, including the first exhibition of Monet in Boston, the second in the United States.
This exhibition, New Talent / New England, continues our tradition of supporting new talent by presenting approximately thirty works - out of 400 submitted - by twenty-one artists working professionally for ten years or less. It is part of the mission of the Art Committee to carry on the Club's proud art exhibition heritage and we hope the breadth and depth of this new work will engage you as much as new art engaged our predecessors.
-Barbara Lucas, George Lynde and Mike Price, co-curators
Featuring works by:
Noah David Bau
Elena du Plessis
Chloe Feldman Emison
Zoe Perry Wood
John Guy Petruzzi
Caleb Cole: There Yet, 2012, Archival inkjet print, 24 x 36 inches
Christina Goodwin: Airport, Evening Study #1, 2012, Ink on paper, 5 x 11 inches
Will Kirkpatrick: At the Watering Tank, 2013, Oil on panel, 12 x 16 inches
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