ABOUT OUR GALLERY
The LBIF gallery hosts free exhibitions year-round to enable arts education, introduction to new media, and stimulation for the mind and senses. Exhibits range from internationally known artists working in a wide range of media to community based shows highlighting the work of the talented local community and its artists. Many LBIF exhibitions include artwork for sale. Works for sale are indicated on associated labels and can be purchased through the main office.
2017 CALLS FOR ARTISTS:
See below for all current open entries:
WINNERS JUST ANNOUNCED!
Click arrow below to expand. Winners are listed by name and ID# specific to art piece entry number. Please log on to your CaFe account for reference.
May 1, 2017 DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED: MAY 15, 2017
Click the arrow below for complete details and how to apply:
JUST ANNOUNCED! Accepted Artists:
2016 EXHIBITION WINNERS:
Thank you to all the artists who have participated in our 2016 exhibits. The following are the winners of this year’s juried shows:
– 2016 Island Life: Plein Air WINNERS –
First Place Plein Air Classic: “Retired Trawler” by John Slivjak
First Place Plein Air Plus: “Blue Tractor” by Eric Van de Vlugt
Second Place Overall: “Moored on a Shimmering Carpet” by Cynthia Rosen
Third Place Overall: “A Surf City Lagoon” by John T. Meehan III
Honorable Mention: “Buckalews'” by Bruce Bingham
Honorable Mention: “Let There Be Plovers” by Kim Hall
Honorable Mention: “Native Sun” by Joyce Lawrence
Honorary Winners of Plein Air Plus:
The LBI People’s Choice Winner: “Barnegat Light” by Susan Graebar
Arts + Exhibition Committee winner: “Wild Side” by Mary Confalone
Juror: Nancy Tankersley, Co-founder of Plein Air Easton!
– 2016 NATIONAL JURIED COMPETITION: Works on Paper WINNERS –
First Place: “Pedro” by Gail Postal
Second Place: “Jelly-Three” by Maryanna Williams
Third Place: “Rembrandt” by Diego Lasansky
Honorable Mention: “Untitled [Aaron]” by Ghislaine Fremaux
Honorable Mention: “K.I.M.O.N.O” by Art Vandenberg
Honorable Mention: “The Relative Safety of Prisons” by Adam Christensen
Juror: Carter E. Foster, Curator of Drawing, the Whitney Museum of American Art, NYC