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September 2022 Student Award Winners
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Feb, 2022 

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Keshawna Logan from University of the Arts won our top award, the Rittenhouse Square Fine Art Show Award of Excellence, for her unique process for creating texture and repetition in her work. 
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Graham Cuddy from Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts  won the Gross McCleaf Gallery Award for his minimalist sewn canvases.

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Michael Ballezzi from Studio Incamminati won the Vasari Classic Oil Colors Award of Excellence for his bold mark making and mastery of oil painting.

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 Are you a full-time ART student currently enrolled at the college level in Pennsylvania, or surrounding states? If so, you are eligible to apply for our June or September shows.

 

As we strive to provide art students with an exciting and valuable experience, we recruit jurors from top galleries in Philadelphia. Evan Slepian, owner/director of Works on Paper Gallery, and Morgan Hobbs, assistant director of Gross McCleaf Gallery, selected the September show winners from our talented pool of student artists. They sought artists whose work demonstrated a unique voice, professionalism, and cohesive style.

 

This September, the Rittenhouse Square Fine Art Show proudly welcomed Pennsylvania's First Lady,

Frances Donnelly Wolf to present our

student artist awards.

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“Rittenhouse has been creating spaces for young artists for nearly 100 years, and their work has been powerful for the art community and the community at large.”  — Frances Donnelly Wolf

Frances Donnelly Wolf 
presented the 
September 2022
Student Awards

Our September 2022 Student Jurors 

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Morgan Hobbs
is the Assistant Director at Gross McCleaf Gallery  Philadelphia, Pa.
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 Evan Slepian
is the Owner/Director at Works on Paper Gallery
Philadelphia, Pa