Works, above and below, by Nicole McCormick Santiago, juror of the Bay School Community Art Center’s upcoming Art Speaks exhibition.
Nicole McCormick Santiago
Nicole McCormick Santiago, an artist and Assistant Professor at the College of William and Mary, will serve as Juror and Judge for the Art Speaks eighth annual juried exhibition at the Bay School Community Arts Center in Mathews.
The show will open on April 25 and run through May 26. All Virginia artists working in 2D and 3D media are invited to enter. The final deadline for entry is March 1.
Since arriving at William and Mary in 2006, Santiago has taught Life Drawing and Composition and Color in addition to a variety of studio courses. A practicing artist, she has maintained an active exhibition record over the last 15 years, showing in over 100 group and solo exhibitions throughout the U.S. She is represented by First Street Gallery in New York.
“I paint the commonplace objects that surround me,” said Santiago, “loosel...
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