Brian McClear | Farmington Museum: Gateway to Imagination

Farmington Museum: National Exhibition

Share this Post

I’m very happy to have “Cheryl” accepted to the Farmington Museum’s upcoming “Gateway to Imagination” exhibition.  September 24th – December 1st.

This annual national juried art show is held at the Farmington Museum. The show features a variety of artwork paintings, watercolor, sculptures, photographs and mixed media. This annual show attracts fine artists from across the country and will feature approximately 100 works, including paintings, watercolors, sculptures, photographs, and mixed media. Jurist Alex Gregory, Curator of Art at the Amarillo Museum of Art, will give a free presentation prior to the opening reception on September 22.

A special thanks to the jurist for selecting my painting “Cheryl” for inclusion in Gateway to Imagination.

Exhibition: Friday, September 24th – Saturday, December 1st, 2018
Artist Reception & Awards: Saturday, Sept 22 | 5 pm-6 pm, Juror Lecture
Location: Farmington Museum | 3041 E. Main Street, Farmington, NM

 


See the Work

Juror Information
Farmington Museum is proud to announce that Alex Gregory, Curator of Art at the Amarillo Museum of Art, will be jurying this year’s exhibition.

Alex Gregory earned a BFA, MA, and MFA in studio art with a focus on ceramics. He has worked in a variety of roles at the Amarillo Museum of Art since 2007 before becoming the Curator of Art. As the AMoA’s sole Curator, Gregory is responsible for organizing an average of ten temporary exhibitions per year that are either drawn from the AMoA’s permanent collection or comprised of loans from artists, other museums, and private collections. In addition to his curatorial work, he has also served as a grant reviewer for Mid-America Arts Alliance and the Texas Commission on the Arts. In 2016, he was one of three jurors for the Hunting Art Prize, whose $50,000 award was historically the most generous annual award in North America for painting and drawing, which helped to build the reputations, raise the profiles, and support the careers of Texas artists.