Made in NY 2011 

Schweinfurth Art Center
My Work:  
Heir Wars       Twilight in the Gulf
Heir Wars
Twilight in the Gulf
Twilight in the Gulf

Participating Artists

This year, there were 561 entries.  Jurors selected 81 pieces from 79 artists.  Annual juried exhibition featuring contemporary works of art by  New York State artists. Artists.  This eclectic exhibition showcases photography, painting, video, sculpture, book arts and more.

Joy Adams
Roger Bisbing
Robin Burlingham
Stephen Carlson
Neil Chowdhury
Sage Churchill-Foster
H.T. Coogan
Chris Coronel
Marcus DeVoe
Joshua DeWall
Lori Ellis
Amy Eustance
Abraham Ferraro
Dewey Fladd
Mary Giehl
Hall Groat II
Paul M. Haberlau
Wendy Harris

David Higgins
Laura Jackett
John Knecht
Gregory Lawler
Rob Licht
Ingrid Ludt
Peter Mahan
Alyson Markell
Scott McCarney
Christopher McEvoy
Bryan McGrath
David Merkel
Harter Muncy
Anne Muntges
Rebecca Mushtare
Joanne Neff
Dan Neuberger
Chris Oliver

Paul W. Pearce
Jen Pepper
Bob Potts
Lin Price
Minna Resnick
Michael Rogers
Bill Santelli
Karen Sardisco
Rebecca Simon
Alan Singer
Joy Taylor
Kathleen Thum
Gary Trento
Rainer Maria Wehner
Alison G. Weld
Janet Winkie
2011 Award Winners
Bob Potts • Trumansburg, NY
Pursuit II, 2009
Rob Licht • Ithaca, NY
Steel House, 2011
Chris Oliver • Ithaca, NY
Delmar, 2009


Abraham Ferraro • Rensselaer, NY

Mole Hill, 2009

Paul W. Pearce • Mattydale, NY

Heir Wars, 2010

Kathleen Thum • Greenwich, NY

Splice, 2010

Made in NY 2011 Jurors

Kenise Barnes is the Director and owner of Kenise Barnes Fine Art, a gallery & consulting firm in Larchmont, NY. She has a degree in Painting and Woman’s Studies and gained early experience as the Specialist in Charge of Contemporary Art at Christie’s East, a division of Christie, Manson and Woods International. Founded on the belief that art is essential, the gallery represents more than 30 emerging and mid-career artists working in a variety of media, mounts seven exhibitions annually and participates in art fairs in Miami, Santa Fe and New York. With more than 20 years experience in the arts; Kenise is a frequent guest curator, speaker and advisor.

Kim Waale has recently been an artist-in-residence in Spain (2010), Macedonia (2008), and Ecuador (2007) and has received grants and residencies from organizations including Sculpture Space, Light Work, the International Studio and Curatorial Program in NYC, the Saltonstall Foundation and the Millay Colony. In addition to recent exhibitions at the Everson Museum and the Warehouse Gallery in Syracuse and Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester (where her work won multiple prizes), her work has been shown at Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center in Buffalo, the A. I. R. Gallery in NYC, the McCormick Freedom Museum in Chicago, and museums and galleries in Wales, Bulgaria, Macedonia and Spain. In 2003, she co-authored the book A Due Voci: The Photography of Rita Hammond (Syracuse University Press) with Dr. Ann Ryan and Dr. Julie Grossman. Kim Waale lives in Manlius, NY. She is a Professor & the Director of Studio Art at Cazenovia College in Cazenovia, NY.