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2024 Small Works Art Show


Members & Non-Members 

19th Annual Open Juried Small Works Show

Show Dates: April 3 – 27, 2022

Award Ceremony & Reception: Sat, April 6, 3-5.30 pm

Juror: Robin Zane

Jill Parry

Juror: Robin Zane

Robin Zane is a New York based curator and artist. After many years in commercial marketing, she brings her experience, passion and commitment to promoting the arts. She has curated many exhibitions and acquired art collections for the not-for-profit sector including United Hebrew of New Rochelle, Lazarus Gallery and Willow Gardens Memory Care. She was Vice President of Marketing for RiverArts, a not- for- profit arts organization based in the Rivertowns where she promoted the organizations’ visual arts, dance, music, and theatre educational programs and events.

Robin is the founder of ZaneArts. Inc., an art consulting and marketing company.

I would like to express my gratitude for being asked to jury MAG’s 19th Annual Open Juried Small Works Show. It was wonderful to see the artwork and the varied approaches to subject matters and the use of materials. 

During the jury process many works caught my attention including experimentation with materials in a uniquely expressionistic way, composition, as well as artists depicting subject matters with an enhanced technical knowledge of materials. I strived to balance my selections between technical execution along with experimental approaches to art making and progressive thinking in relation to thematic content. Of course, ranking the submitted artworks wasn’t easy and regrettably, there were artists left out, due to the limited number of works that I could select.  

Congratulations to all the winners and participants of the exhibition! Whether or not your work was chosen, keep applying for opportunities and to share your work with others. 

I would like to thank MAG and the members whom it was such a pleasure to work with. 

Robin Zane

Mamaroneck Artists’ Guild Gallery is proud to be a grantee of ArtsWestchester with the funding made possible by Westchester County government with the support of County Executive George Latimer.