SLC Arts names the 13 local artists selected for publication in the 2019 Fine Art Up North calendar
Wednesday, June 20, 2018 - 7:56 am

"Radish at Market," watercolor by Michiko Taylor of Potsdam.

POTSDAM - SLC Arts has announced the 13 regional artists who have been selected for publication in the 2019 Fine Art Up North wall calendar.

Almost 50 image submissions were considered; jurors selected 13 images to be featured in the twelve-month calendar plus cover.

The following artwork will be featured in the 2019 Fine Art Up North calendar:

"View of Ampersand Lake and the High Peaks from Ampersand Mountain,” photography by Jim Bullard;

"Spring Messages," acrylic on canvas by Sharon H. J. Cheng;

"Morning," photography by Yvona Fast;

"Summer Solstice, Lake Titus," photography by Jennifer Henry;

“March Maple,” oil on canvas by Stefanie Latimer;

"Downtown Canton," mixed media by Catherine LaPointe Vollmer;

“North Branch Grasse River,” photography by Ron Larsen;

"Black-Eyed Susan," photography by Andrey Oloan;

“Winter Solace,” oil on canvas by Paul Pedersen;

"Dragonfly Messenger," mixed media with chalk pastel by Kristen Rozelle;

"Radish at Market," watercolor by Michiko Taylor;

“Dayton Beauty,” oil on canvas by Eric Thacher; and

“Lake Ozonia Outlet,” watercolor by Christine Zavgren.

"Black-Eyed Susan," photography by Andrey Oloan of Massena.

Pre-ordering of the 2019 Fine Art Up North calendar is available through the SLC Arts website at www.slcartscouncil.org/2019calendar; proceeds support SLC Arts.

Artists who are interested in being featured in the 2020 calendar should watch for the submission deadline in May of 2019 at "Call for Artists" at www.slcartscouncil.org.