Woman Made Gallery’s 18th International Open, a juried group competition and exhibition features works by 33 women artists. Juried by New Zealand artist Gill Gatfield the exhibition encompasses a wide range of contemporary media, subjects and approaches.
Artists: Lynn Arnold, ATYL (Alexandra Lee), Victoria Bein, Joelle Circé, Jong-un Choi, Dana Colcleasure, Dani Dodge, Olga Dudygina, Ann Ginsburgh Hofkin, Jessika Hamilton, Kani Kamil, Jess Kirkham, Mie Kongo, Gwendolyn Lanier-Gardner, Laura LeBreton, Kelly Lloyd, Mary Madison, Gloria Matuszewski, Jennifer McNulty, Elizabeth Mead, Andreea O’Hara, Alice ONeill, Tracy Ostmann Haschke, Joan Painter-Jones, Leana Quade, Gina Lee Robbins, Mitra Saboury, Sarah Sampedro, Kristina Smith, Leah Stahl, Lauren Sudbrink, Mary Telfer, Gwynneth VanLaven, Greta Zakrzewska.
Juror: Born in New Zealand, Gill Gatfield graduated with an MFA from University of Auckland 2004, after a 10 year career in public policy, law reform and business. Her work is exhibited in sculpture symposiums, private galleries, Museums and universities, and is held in collections in Australia, NZ, Canada, USA and Europe. In 2011, she won a national public art competition for a permanent site-specific sculpture in Auckland NZ. In 2012, Gatfield was nominated as a member of Global Women, a multi-sector organization of women leaders with global perspectives. A monograph on the first 10 years of her practice, Abstract Figure: Gill Gatfield, was released at the 2013 International Sculpture Centre Symposium. She is represented by Langford120, Melbourne. For more information see www.gillgatfield.com.