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Members’ Exhibit Information

March 31, 2020
31 Mar 2020

Due to Covid 19 Creative York’s Member exhibition will be showcased online in early June with the intension of being on display in the Kerlin Gallery from October 1-November 14, 2020.  The theme for this exhibit is hope and resilience.

STANDARDS & ELIGIBILTY

Participation in the Creative York Members Exhibit is open to all 2020 Creative York Artist Members. Fine art and fine craft in all mediums are acceptable. Entries must be original, completed within the past two years, and not previously shown at Creative York. Work should be of high quality and craftsmanship. 

MEMBERSHIP

For information about membership visit: https://creativeyork.org/membership/

RULES FOR ENTRY

• All entries must be received by May 10, 2020.

• Due to space limitations, each artist may enter one piece, no larger than 36” in any direction.

• All entries must include properly labeled digital images, and an artist bio.

• All entries must be submitted via email (gallery@creativeyork.org), in jpeg format at 300 dpi and not larger than 3MB in size. Please label image file with artist’s name and piece dimensions using this format (Example: jones_HxW.jpg). Please write “2020 Members Exhibit” and artist’s name on email subject line.

• Entries must be of work available for the exhibition that has been completed in the last two years.

• Entries must not have been previously exhibited at Creative York.

• We hope to include ALL submitted artwork, however in the instance of more artwork submitted than we can hang in an orderly fashion, a lottery system will be used to select final artwork.

• Artwork drop-off TBD

• Artwork must be framed / ready to hang, or otherwise ready to display. 

• Emailed entries must arrive prior to or on May 10, 2020 to gallery@creativeyork.org.

Holly Davis

June 13, 2018
13 Jun 2018

Holly Davis BWHolly Davis is an artist, wife and mom from York, PA. She received her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Ceramics from Beaver College, completed her PA Art teaching certification through Millersville University, and received her Masters in Education from Wilkes University. She also studied at Glasgow School of Art in Scotland and Penland School of Crafts in North Carolina. Holly has exhibited work throughout Pennsylvania, in Scotland, and in North Carolina, and she was the recipient of a PA State Grant for the Arts. Holly loves clay and teaching art, especially ceramics. She has taught artists of every age and has a passion for sharing her appreciation of clay with those she gets to work with.

Cait Deane

June 13, 2018
13 Jun 2018

Cait Deane is a multi-media artist from Carlisle, PA. In 2017 she graduated from Arcadia University with a BA in Fine Art ceramics, and a minor in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship. While her primary love is ceramics, Cait also regularly works in a variety of other mediums, such as ink, watercolor, and acrylic. Cait has experience teaching both adults and children, and enjoys assisting students of all ages and abilities as they navigate their creative journey.

Amy Diamond

June 13, 2018
13 Jun 2018

Amy Diamond is a graduate of Millersville University, with a degree in Art education with a concentration in Inclusive Education. Her main focus is in ceramics, and Amy has attended multiple National Conferences dealing with ceramics and art education. While working with her own peers in class and her students in her middle school internship, she’s grown to appreciate the studio culture of collaboration. Amy enjoys learning through play and the educational and cultural benefits of creating art with others. She believes that all individuals have the ability to grow and learn and that art is a pathway to do so.

Jennifer Hall

June 13, 2018
13 Jun 2018

Jennifer is a graduate of the Tyler School of Art at Temple University where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts along with her PA teaching certification. After teaching art full time in Philadelphia for 4 years, she is thrilled to come back to her roots and teach for her Alma Mater, York Suburban School District. Growing up in York County, Jennifer interned at Creative York and spent many summers taking their classes. As an artist, Jennifer practices multiple mediums focusing primarily on clay and watercolor, and is also working on illustrating her first children’s book! She is looking forward to contributing to the thriving arts community at Creative York!

Ellen Ehlenbeck

June 13, 2018
13 Jun 2018

Ellen Ehlenbeck BW

Ellen Ehlenbeck holds a BFA in painting from Penn State and a MA in graphic design from Savannah College of Art and Design.  A working artist, Ellen has exhibited her work widely in the region, in both solo and group shows, as well as juried exhibitions.  She loves to teach, and currently serves as a Resident Teaching Artist with the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts as well as teaching at Harrisburg Area Community College, Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, and Creative York.

 

Cassandra Horn

June 13, 2018
13 Jun 2018

Cassandra Horn is a graduate of Kutztown University, where she studied art education while also earning a minor in crafts that focused on ceramics. After graduation she has had many different experiences working with school-age kids as a day care teacher, summer camp facilitator, a substitute teacher, and a middle school and high school art teacher in York city.

Elizabeth Morrison

June 13, 2018
13 Jun 2018

Elizabeth Morrison has been a watercolor artist for 50 years and counting.  Also working as a classroom teacher for 17 years, she has had a great deal of experience teaching beginners the ins and out of this fascinating material. At Creative York she has teaches fibers and painting classes in the Teen Art House program, leads Arts Discovery Camps over the summers, and holds art classes for adults and children.

Gabi Portelles

June 13, 2018
13 Jun 2018

Gabi Portelles is a Millersville University graduate with a BA in Fine Art. Growing up as an artist in York, she has been collaborating with Creative York since high school. In 2017, she interned as the assistant coordinator for for Creative York’s Art In the Parks program. Following her passion for empowering the creative minds of York city’s youth, Gabi is now one of our summer camp instructors in addition to other classes she teaches during the year. She is also working with The Parliament Arts Organization as gallery assistant to curate exhibits and plan events that encourage community collaboration. Having a creative background in both fine art and music, Gabi encourages students of all ages to have fun by boldly experimenting with materials and ideas during their creative process.

Evelyn Price

June 13, 2018
13 Jun 2018

Evelyn Price is a York native. She enjoys traveling and has kept a written journal since she was very young. She has been teaching the Artworks program at Creative York since 2014. The program focus is to help students on probation with life and social skills through art projects. Her passion is to inspire students through different mediums, including yoga. She earned her 200 hour yoga teaching training in 2017 and teaches locally in downtown York. Evelyn’s favorite artists include Salvador Dali, Georgia O’Keefe, Diane Arbus, and Dan Eldon.

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