Curator Myron M. Beasley judged The Harlow’s 24th annual juried art exhibition on May 5 in Hallowell. Thirty-eight works of art by 38 artists were selected to be included in the the exhibition out of a total of 370 works submitted by 167 artists, according to a news release from the gallery.

Art2019 will be on view through June 15 at 100 Water St., in Hallowell, in the upstairs gallery. Art2019 prizes will be announced at 6 p.m.

Beasley, a professor at Bates College, artist writer and international curator, was this year’s juror. His writing explores the intersection of cultural politics, art and social change. He has been awarded fellowships and grants by the Andy Warhol Foundation, the Whiting Foundation, National Endowment for the Humanities, the Kindling Fund, The Davis Family Foundation, the Ruth Landes Award from the Reed Foundation, and most recently Dorathea and Leo Rabkin Foundation for his ethnographic writing about art and cultural engagement, according to the release.

The following artists have been accepted into Art2019: David Allen, of Appleton; Valerie Porter, of Augusta; Robert Adler, of Belfast; Conrad Guertin, of Bristol; Peter Bennett and Michele Caron, both of Buxton; Kathleen Perelka, of Canaan; Marci Spier, of Herman; Stephanie Berry, of Durhan; Jennifer Bush, of Falmouth; James Chute and Amy Kustra, both of Freeport; Matt Demers, of Gardiner; Ru Allen and Robert Katz, both of Hallowell; Doreen Nardone, of Harpswell; Rosie Ranauro, of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts; Tanya Fletcher, of Kennebunk; Bruce Armstrong and Edward Buonvecchio, both of Manchester; Carolyn Gabbe, of Nobleboro; Anne Stuer, of Norway; Mary Manley, of Orono; Catherine Gibson, of Orr’s Island; Scott Minzy, of Pittston; Ron Crusan, of Port Clyde; Leah Cross and M.P. Landis, both of Portland; Camille Davidson, of Readfield; Jayne Adams, of Rochester, New Hampshire; Tom Jessen, of Temple; Andrew Edwards, of Topsham; Linda Mahoney, of Waldoboro; Ollie Solmitz, of Waterville; Michelle McCutcheon, of Winslow; and Susan Carter and Tammy Ricker, both of Yarmouth;

Visitors are also invited to view HYPERTEXTURE, a two-person exhibition featuring Ian Trask and Andrew Elijah Edwards which is on view in the downstairs gallery through June 15.

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