West of Center: Art That Pushes Boundaries

Now in its 14th year, West of Center will runs from August 30 – September 24. The exhibition, juried by sculptor, exhibiting artist, and art history and studio instructor Sergio de Giusti, features 50 works in all media created by 40 artists from Michigan and around the country.

Accepted Artists: (1) Jean-Paul Aboudib, Sylvia Bandyke, Zoe Beaudry, Danna Bowersox, Susan Clinthorne, Paula Doe, Marianne Droste, Robert du Nord, Daria Fileta, Tricia Hampo, (HM) Claudia Hershman, Michael Jogerst, Peggy Kerwan, Jennifer Kesler, (4) WanChuan Kesler, Beverly Koivunen, (HM) Rosemary Lee, Andrew Marcus, (3) Kathleen McNamee, Christine Miller, George Miller, Lynn Edwards Newman, Jane Reed, Jim Rehlin, (HM) Celeste Roe, Dean Rogers, Denise Rohde, (HM) Gayle Sanchirico, (HM) Bill Schahfer, Brenda Beene Shackleford, K.K. Sparks. Sandra Steed, Pamela Stoddard, (PCA) Pat Vartanian, Janis Walker, Bob Wesley, Lee Williams, Bob Wollenhaupt, Jes Zilla, and (2) Lori Zurvalec.


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Gallery Views & Artisan Store

Artwork available to purchase in the gallery and online Artisan Store. 

     


Video Presentation & Award Winners 

View the presentation announcing the award winning artworks and see the images below.

 

 


People’s Choice Award

West of Center encouraged artists to think outside the box and push past boundaries to create compelling works of art – works that are unique and unexpected.

The Northville Art House invited visitors to recognize the artwork that best fits this theme. The award went to Pat Vartanian for Family Masquerade, paper photo weaving and ink on paper bag set on wood stands.


Juror

Sergio De Giusti earned a B.F.A. &, M.F.A., Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. His work has been widely exhibited in both the U.S and Europe in such places as The Detroit Institute of Arts; The Newark Museum; The Tampa Museum; The Smithsonian; The British Museum in London, England; The Council of Cultural Affairs in Stockholm, Sweden; The Hungarian National Gallery in Budapest, Hungary and at The Institute of Culture in Zacatecas, Mexico. He has produced bronze panels for The Church of San Vito in Maniago, Italy, official medallions for The Department of The Treasury in Washington D.C., and reliefs for The Labor Legacy Monument in Hart Plaza in downtown Detroit. Learn more at www.sergiodegiusti.com


Questions? Email Ryan Kaltenbach, Creative Director at exhibits@northvillearthouse.org.