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Explaining the Exhibition Program

Fiberglass "Airplane V" by Jean Paul Jacquet
was perched above a Middletown art gallery
in that exhibition which ended in 2009.

 

Our major outdoor sculpture exhibition is in the center of downtown Madison. The exhibition is permanent year-round and is refreshed each spring by replacing approximately half of the exhibited works (usually having been lent by each artist for a two year period).

Below is a near complete list of the sculptors who have since 1994 collectively exhibited more than 600 works in the various exhibitions of The Hollycroft Foundation. The exhibitors often install their works themselves and they come primarily from Maine to the Carolinas on the east coast (though artists from California, Colorado, New Mexico and Canada have participated).

Selection:
Artists should submit photographs and biographies to The Hollycroft Foundation, which through an
anonymous committee chooses works of quality appropriate for a public setting by professional artists.

Submissions may be made at any time, but consideration for the annual refreshment in May should be
made not later than April 15 for consideration that year.

Why an anonymous committee? Many selection juries for exhibitions and awards are by choice unnamed.
By this means undue pressure is avoided, and honesty is assured.(e.g. The MacArthur Foundation and
the Fulbright Grants follow this policy.)

Realistic/Abstract:
Quality is the first criteria of selection, but a balance between the disciplines is attempted, although the
border line is often blurred.

Qualifications:
The artists are living sculptors. Some were not born in this country, but by living, working, and exhibiting
in the United States are considered in the art world as American. Most of the sculptors are mature, fully
developed artists, nationally known and nationally exhibited. However, talented emerging artists are
of particular interest to the committee.

Funding:
The Hollycroft Foundation is a non-endowed 501(c)(3) organization that supports its programs through
donations, grants, and partially through exhibition catalogue advertisements.



 

 

Most Sculptors supervise delivery and installation of their sculptures. At the left is the installation at Madison of "Piesterion 10" by Gabriel Warren.

Sculptors wishing to participate should write to
The Hollycroft Foundation
Box 278 • Ivoryton, CT 06442

Sculptors who have participated
in various exhibitions

Acheson
Albert
Alexander
Alfen
Bailey
Bando
Barrett
Bleifeld
Boro
Bowie
Boyajian
Brockman
Brownstein
Burt
Buxton
Campbell
Carlson
Caudle
Chamberlain
Chandler
Choi
Curtis
Davidson
J. Davis
DeCola
Devaney
Doyle
Drever
Eastman
Evans
Fink
Fisher
Flores
Fonte
Friedman
Fuchs
Gaddy
Gale
Gallucci
Geswaldi
Gill
Gillen
Glasson
Godowsky
Good
Gordon
Grausman
Griswold
Gyampo
Guttin
Hadzi
Hall
Halligan
Hamburger
Harrington
Hauer
Hayes
Heinrich
Hepburn
Higashida
Hudson
Jacquet
Jensen
W. Johnson
J.S. Johnson
Jon
Kalish
Keltner
Kent
Keropian
Ketchman
Kirk
Klemperer
Kohlmeyer
Kussow
Laxman
Lehman
Levy Lee
LeWitt
Logan
Lorenz
MacDonald
MacLeod
Mahon
Manson
Mark
Martin
Matt
McCarthy
Meadmore
Meigs
Meyer
Millen
Morrill
Motes
Neal
Neglia
Nickford
Offner
Padovano
Parker
Parmet
Pei
Perlman
Potter
Ressler
Rickey
Risley
Russell
  Saganic
Saiia
Salews
Scherl
Shankles
Shapiro
Sher
Simon
Sindorf
Smaller-Swift
Smalley
P. Smith
Solomon
B. Steinberg
J. Steinberg
Stewart
Swearer
Theel
von Ringelheim
Vose
Walsh
Walters
Warren
Waterman
Waters
Watson
Weinberg
Weiss
Wendler
Wiehl
Wiener
W. Wood
Woodham
Young
Ziemann
Ziner

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