Middlebury artist wins two awards
MIDDLEBURY — Middlebury artist and teacher Judy Albright received two awards in Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery’s August 2017 show, “The 7th Annual Botanical & Floral Art Exhibition.”
Albright’s award for her pastel painting “Blossoms on Main Street” was in the Special Merit Category. Her painting ”Bee Still” received a Special Recognition Award.
This international art competition received submissions from 17 different countries and from 37 different states. Overall, 720 entries were judged. To view the online art exhibition follow this link: www.lightspacetime.art/botanical-and-floral-art-exhibition-august-2017. All participating winners of the competition have their artwork exposed and promoted online through the online gallery and through social media to thousands of visitors each month.
Albright recently moved to Middlebury from Connecticut, where she was director of The Gallery @the SHS in the town of Sharon. She served on the boards of the Housatonic Valley Art Association and the Kent Art Association, where she is an elected member. She also taught drawing and painting at The Northlight Art Center.
Locally, one of her paintings was recently accepted into the juried show “The Color of Light” at the Edgewater Gallery. Currently, her artwork can be seen at Deppman Law, also in Middlebury.
For more information and to view her artwork go to www.judyalbrightart.com. She can be reached at 802-989-7644 or at [email protected].
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