Buckham Gallery is pleased to announce our next exhibition, Disrupted Realism, a national juried exhibition. Disrupted Realism, a national juried exhibition established to explore contemporary painting that challenges the traditional concepts of realism. “It is a subjective approach to painting that favors perception over seeing and embraces subjectivity,” John Seed, author of Disrupted Realism: Paintings for a Distracted World.
This incarnation of Disrupted Realism features the work of Chicago artist, Anne Harris and 34 works selected by John Seed for this national juried exhibition. Prize winners will be announced April 9 at 6pm, via social media. Exhibition Catalog will be available mid-April.
"The Buckham Fine Arts Project is committed to facilitating opportunities to engage with challenging contemporary art and to experience new ways of looking and thinking. "Realism" provides an extraordinary gateway as it satisfies the desire to recognize while simultaneously presenting opportunities to experience something completely other than the expected. This contemporary take on realism can be more than the faithful representation of an object in media, it can also refer to a faithful representation of an experience or moment in time," remarks Executive Director Michele Leclaire.
Selected artists: Christine Columbo, Craig Cully, Yvette L. Cummings, Teresa Dunn, Lisa Fricker, Michael Norman Gute, John Hampshire, Taylor Hendrix, Sara Hess, Joseph Holsapple, Andrea Jacobson, Carol Kay, May Klisch, Emily Koch, Kathy Liao, Jade Lowder, Laura Malone, Diane Marsh, Barbara McLain, Russell Miyaki, Joe Morzuch, Brendan Murphy, James Overstreet, Nicole Parker, Shawn Quilliams, Mike Ryczek, Francis Sills, Nicole Trimble, Laura Carpenter Truitt, Jessica Mia Vito, Eric Weatherford, Gary Westford, Evie Zimmer.
Disrupted Realism Prize winners were selected by juror John Seed on Friday, April 9th at 2 PM via Zoom. Video released with Seed via YouTube: https://youtu.be/7zKLjrLmtCA
First Prize of $750 is awarded to Yvette L. Cummings of South Carolina for her painting, “Mother Don’t Worry,” oil on canvas, 60” x 60” Second Prize of $500 is awarded to Teresa Dunn of East Lansing for her painting, “Portals,” oil and flashe on paper on panel, 40” diameter. Third Prize of $250 is awarded to Craig Cully of Arizona for his painting, “Defacing the Hairdresser’s Husband,” oil on panel, 8” x 8.25”
Buckham Gallery is funded by the following organizations:
Generous support is provided by the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation.
Our activities are sponsored in part by an award from the MICHIGAN COUNCIL FOR ARTS AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS and the NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS.
This program is sponsored by the Greater Flint Arts Council Share Art Genesee Grant Program made possible by the Genesee County Arts Education and Cultural Millage funds. Your tax dollars are at work!