The International Guild of Realism
     For the advancement of Realism in Fine Art

Home
About Us
Membership
Marketing
Exhibitions
Artists
Workshops
IGOR Press
Art News
                 






Masterworks Tour
Current Exhibition
Upcoming Exhibitions
Previous Exhibitions
Exhibition FAQs


The International Guild of Realism: 7th Annual Juried Exhibition
at Jones & Terwilliger Galleries in Carmel, California




September 7th - September 30th, 2012
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 15th from 5:00 to 8:00 pm

The International Guild of Realism has secured a top-ranking art gallery in Carmel, California to host our
7th Annual Juried Exhibition, which will be held from September 7 through September 30, 2012.

Our annual international exhibition will be held at the prestigious Jones & Terwilliger Galleries in the heart of the Carmel art district. The gallery is centrally located among many quality art galleries, luxury shops and fine dining, attracting plenty of affluent visitors during the peak summer season. We couldn't have asked for a better time or location in this important US art market. Carmel and the Monterey area is one of the most beautiful coastal areas of the United Sates. There are several sights to see such as the scenic 17 mile drive with views of the pacific ocean, Pebble Beach Golf Course, the beautiful village of Carmel by the Sea with numerous high end art galleries and so much more. Also, Carmel is about two hours away from San Francisco. If you are fortunate enough to be juried into this prestigious exhibition then we strongly recommend that you make the trip to the opening weekend festivities.


 


 

Please visit the gallery's website to see the range of artwork that the gallery offers..


Jones & Terwilliger Galleries


Interior of the Jones & Terwilliger Galleries


Carmel Beach and Lagoon


17 Mile Drive


 

Featured Artists

The International Guild of Realism has recently completed the jury results for our upcoming 7th Annual Juried Exhibition hosted by the Jones & Terwilliger Galleries later this September. We had our largest number of entries and without a doubt, our highest level of quality artwork submitted. This will be our largest exhibition ever, showing well over a 100 paintings and drawings by 75 IGOR members. Here is the final selection...

Aaron Brent Harker
Alan Wylie
Ann Kraft Walker
Ardith Starostka
Arleta Pech
Benji Alexander Palus
Brenda Howell
Camille Engel
Cathy Strapp
Cees Penning
Clinton T. Hobart
Craig Srebnik
David Billingsley
David Bowers
Deborah Maklowski
Dianna Ponting
Donald Clapper
Dragan Gilic
Duffy Sheridan
Ed Copley
Edward Kucera
Edward Paul Smalarz
Eileen Nistler
Elizabeth K. Weiss
Flavia Eckholm
Gary Davis Lang
Gary J. Hernandez
George A. Gonzalez
Grace Kim
Harold Allanson
Heather Larson
Howard Rogers
James Van Fossan
Jane Chapin
Jean Cole
Jeremy Lebediker
Jerry L. Berg
Jo LeMay Rutledge
Joan Essex Johnson
JoAnn Bosowski
Johannes Wessmark
Juan Medina
K. Henderson
Karen Noles
Karen Yee
Ken Scaglia
Kimberly Dow
Kun Wang
Lee Alban
Linda Besse
Lindsay Goodwin
Lindsay Handyside
Lorena Kloosterboer
Marie Channer
Mark Thompson
Mary Jane Q Cross
MaryAnn Bidder
Ning Lee
Pamela Carroll
Patricia Guzman
Patricia Tribastone
Patt Baldino
Peter Carey
Randy Ford
Rebecca Lee
Sandra Robinson
Sandra Willard
Sharon Guyton Lalik
Stephen Stavast
Steven Jones
Stuart Dunkel
Tatiana McWethy
Tatiana K. Myers
Teresa N. Fischer
Vala Ola

CONGRATUALTIONS TO ALL THE WINNERS!
The judges were so impressed that it took several hours to complete all of the awards. This year, IGOR gave out 14 awards and the list is below.
 
Best of Show Award — "Checkered Past" by Randy Ford
Best Figurative Award — "Declaration in Red and Gold" by Duffy Sheridan
Robert Kirkpatrick Best Still Life Award — "Carved Box with Plums" by Mark Thompson
Best Floral Award — "Cherry Blossoms with Water" by Ning Lee
Best Drawing Award — "Jackpot" by Jeremy Lebediker
Best Tromp L'Oeil Award — "Trained" by Tatiana McWethy
Best Landscape Award — "The Last Rays of Day" by Stephen Stavast
Best Wildlife Award — "The Past and Future Converge" by Aaron Brent Harker
Director's Choice Award — "Crow Ceremonial Pouch" by Ed Copley
Pioneer in Realism Award — "Aria" by Sandra Willard
Artist's Choice Award — "Persephone" by Ardith Starostka
Creative Achievement Award — "1929 Amilcar" by David Billingsley
American Art Collector Magazine Editor's Choice Award — "Figs" by Sandra Robinson
Collector's Choice Award — "Checkered Past" by Randy Ford


 
Copyright © 2005 - The International Guild of Realism