Remington Museum announces Public's Choice Award from Members’ Juried Art Exhibit
OGDENSBURG - The Frederic Remington Art Museum, 303 Washington St., announced the Public’s Choice Award from the 2022 Members’ Juried Art Exhibit, which was on display from May 13 through Sept. 11 in the Museum’s Richard E. Winter Gallery and Torrey Family Gallery, and online at www.fredericremington.org.
The 2022 Public’s Choice Award went to Paul N. Pedersen of Hermon for his 2022 oil painting “Boxing Gloves.”Pedersen was awarded a museum wrapped canvas reproduction of “Evening in the Desert. Navajoes” by Frederic Remington, ca. 1905.
The public was invited to view the exhibition, either in person or online, and vote once for the Public’s Choice Award.
The results were tallied and announced after the closing of the exhibition.
Three juror’s awards were announced at the opening of the exhibit in May.
The third place prize went to “The Fan” by Diane E. Leifheit, 2022, pastel, 12 x 8”.
Second place prize went to “The Path” by Nancy L. Orologio, 2022, wool painting/needle felted, 13 x 13”.
And “Best in Show” was awarded to “Low Tide II” by Gary Larsen, 2021, black & white infrared photograph, 28 x 20”.
The exhibition featured 38 works by 29 artists, all of whom are members of the Remington Museum. Local artists in the show included Anna Gerhard Arnold and Carol Backus, Waddington; Sharon H.J. Cheng, Karl Klawitter and Eleanor Morgan, Potsdam; Dianne Drayse-Alonso, Doug McDonald and Thomas Robarge, Ogdensburg; Patricia B. Harrington, Nancy L. Orologio and Kristen L. Rozelle, Norwood; Vicky Hollis, Beverly J. Patchin and Julie Pratt, Lisbon; Brenda J. Maxson, Gouverneur; Sandra Nestlerode-Hale, Colton; Paul N. Pedersen, Hermon; and Pam Winchester, Hammond.
The Frederic Remington Art Museum is located at 303 Washington St.