The paintings chosen for this biennial exhibition were truly superior, and I was proud not only to be accepted with both of my entries but also to be an award winner. The very first painting shown in the video is my chocolates painting "Decadence," being viewed by two people involved in the exhibition. It's shown again with juror George James using it as an example in the workshop he presented (unfortunately, there's no audio at that part!), and once more with the chairwoman of the exhibition... so it gets lots of airtime! My dogwood blossoms, "Nature Paints a Picture," is shown as the video scrolls through all the paintings on display. The juror critiques some of the top award winners so the video is informative too. See which painting is your favorite... mine is "Orangina," an amazing still life of glass jars and goblets.
If you miss the broadcast, I own the DVD as well as the show catalog and would be happy to share them.