2017 Juried Exhibition Winner Announced

The Waterloo Arts Juried Exhibition runs from June 2 to July 21. The exhibition features recent work from American and Canadian artists, many of whom are from northeast Ohio. Amy Callahan, Executive Director at Waterloo Arts, noted the importance of displaying the Cleveland artists alongside their national counterparts: viewers familiar with Cleveland art gain a fresh perspective on local works when they are contextualized within national art. Thus, juror Anderson Turner offered an objective set of eyes to help push the exhibition outside of the artists that Waterloo might typically work with, offering surprising and juxtaposed art to the viewers.

This year, the CAN Journal generously sponsored a Best of Show prize worth $500. The winner, Errol Daniels for his work Brittany Cobb, is an artist who has never been on Waterloo’s radar. The chromogenic print shows the titular transgender woman in her home. See Daniel’s work, along with  The Sculpture Center’s pick for Outstanding Work in Sculpture Turquoise Cell Structure #1 by Sherry Simms, the Second Best of Show winner Erin Miller’s Bubble Wrap Upset, Honorable Mention winner Greg Van Dusseldorp’s Ridge, Honorable Mention winner Ardine Nelson’s Currently Untitled 4, and Honorable Mention winner Gerald Hushlak’s iceExtract0119 on display and for sale at Waterloo.

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