2019 Juried Art Show Winners

2019 Juried Art show winners (from left to right) - Gail Craddock (1st place),  Jane Carter(2nd place), Mary Anne Zotto (juror), Sandra Whitesell (3rd place), Sue Seamon (best by Caswell County native or resident)

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Caswell Arts invites all 2D artists,18 and older, residing in North Carolina and Virginia, working in two-dimensions (paintings, drawings, etchings, etc.) to apply for acceptance into our 40th Juried Art Show from November 13, 2021 through December 11, 2021.

The show offers significant cash awards, professional judging and an exhibition at the Lee Fowlkes Gallery. An opening reception and awards ceremony are included in the show.

All eligible artists are encouraged to enter. and Please spread the word so that many local artists can participate.

Best in Show (1st place)   $350 & an opportunity for a solo or small group show (winner’s choice) in June of 2022 season.

Second Place $250

Third Place $150

Best by Caswell County Native or Resident $100

2021 Juror:

Jimmy Craig Womble - Born and raised in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, Jimmy Craig Womble announced his calling while he was in kindergarten - he knew he wanted to be an artist when he grew up.  He got his  official start in high school with paper and pencil and a serious knack for drawing.  His painting career began while he was a student at North Carolina State   University, where he graduated from the Design School. 

Womble is an authentic contemporary impressionist painter who focuses on the rural landscapes, coastal and marine scenes Eastern Carolina. His career is  marked with numerous solo exhibitions, travel, awards, and a strong sales record gaining him recognition in important permanent collections like the NC Bar Association.

“I paint that which has usually been overlooked by many as old, run down, or without value. Abandoned houses,  old barns, rusty vehicles, and the detritus of a once thriving farming and fishing region find their way into  many of my works. They tell a story of the south that I could never put into words. There will always be new things, but how long will I continue to be able to paint  those reminders of what used to be? Both man and nature conspire against them, so I hoard their images in pads and on canvas.”
Jimmy C. Womble II 


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