AFCC Announces Artists In Winter Art Exhibit

Arts and Entertainment

December 5, 2013

From: Arts Foundation Of Cape Cod

Centerville, MA -- The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod has chosen the artists who will be featured in the seventh year of their juried winter art exhibit at Cotuit Center for the Arts. This year's exhibit, titled Seeing the Light will feature artists' interpretation of the theme both literally and figuratively. It will feature 66 of the Cape's top established and emerging artists.

The exhibit is free and open to the public. A series of student-friendly events are scheduled over the course of the month. School groups will be welcomed to the exhibit for free for the duration of the show, and will be given docent-led tours and art instruction customized to the age level of the children.

There were a record 452 submissions from area artists for this year's exhibit.   The jury, made up of local art experts, chose the following artists for inclusion in the exhibition:  Mary Carroll Allen, Kate Aubrey, Catherine Baker, Howard E. Barnes, Claudia Borden, Rebecca Bruyn, Eileen Casey, Wendy H. Cavallini, Mark Chester, Sara Cook, Dianne Corbeau, Shareen Davis, Jackie deRuyter, Grant A. Doney, Barbara Ford Doyle, Maryalice Eizenberg, Joe Fattori, Stephanie Foster, Lynne Foy, Maura Ghedini, Alfie Glover, Deborah Fowler Greenwood, Kenneth Hawkey, Michael Helfen, Marieluise Hutchinson, David E. Jordan, Martine Jore, Kevin King, Leo Lechtenberg, Carl Lopes, Lenore Lyons, Alice Malone, Christine Mascott, Paul Mascott, Carol Mcgurin, Dawn McKenzie, Jesse Stuart Mechling, Robin Joyce Miller, Wayne Miller, Cherie Mittenthal, Jon Moore, Ro Morrissey, Susan O'Brien McLean, Dana Pasila, Michael Petrizzo, David Phillips, Deborah Pickett-Mills, Jackie Reeves, Karen Rinaldo, Michael Rogovsky, Doug Rugh, Paul Schulenburg, Matthew M. Schulz, Susan Sigel, Ron Snider, Daniel Springer, James St. Germaine, Phil Sweeney, EA Tonelli, Michelle Tricca, Alan Trugman, Bob Tucker, Debbie Watson, Jennifer Whitfield, Frank Winters and HoYin Yuen.

According to AFCC Executive Director, Kevin M. Howard, "The Arts Foundation is proud to present an exciting exhibit showcasing the incredible talent of the region's established and emerging talent. While the exhibit has been created as an arts education experience, the quality of the show will inspire viewers of all ages."

The Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, Barnstable County's regional arts agency, provides artistic, cultural, and educational programs in every town on Cape Cod, with an emphasis on supporting arts education initiatives, individual artists, and cultural organizations year round.

Date: January 11 through February 22, 2014

For further information about the Arts Foundation of Cape Cod, please visit, call the AFCC at 508-362-0066, or email