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A Visit to Totems, Beacon Gallery’s 2020 International Juried Show

Here are a selection of the works and installation shots from Beacon Gallery’s current show, Totems, up through March 15, 2020. The 40 works displayed were selected by jurors from almost 900 submitted to the call.

L to R, Jim Creighton, Untitled; Adrienne Shishko, Totem #4; Julie Carcione Cavaz, Warning
Installation shot
Installation shot
Left: Michael Spillers, Totem; Right: James Dye, Temple of the Burdened Host
Jill Bell, Not Going Anywhere
Ronald Gonzalez, Small Armature Study I & II
Erin Zerbe, Double Exposure and Dial Tone
Center: Harriet Davis Cortez, Bygones, Right, Kristina Rismondo Artwork No 9
Helen Hierta Ceramics, Well Tempered
Shana Kohnstamm, Frieda
Benjamin Sears, Skins
Left: April Clagett, Source, Right, Jiela Rufeh, Hidden Ganesh
Left: Undine Brod, Stacked Against; Right Ponnapa Prakkamakul, Birth
August Elder, Canopic Urn: Doomsday Clock
Neville Barbour, Idia
Left: Sammy Chong’s Night Wisdom, Right, Herb Friedson’s Alien Icon
Doug Bentham, Totem XX Scale of Memory (with Totem XOXO and Armor in background)
Nicci Sevier-Vuyk, Totem XOXO
Rebecca McGee Tuck, Prowess
Yael Kupiec-Dar, Marbles and Butterflies
Leo Franco, Totem #5
Susan Greer Emmerson, Gone Home/Home Gone: Bathroom Mirror
Emma Hadzi Antich, Augury
Nic Galloro, The Visitation
Michael McLaughlin, Framed Fresco
Sean Dunstan-Halliday, Ichthyoid 12
Erika Schwarz, Totems of Marginalized Nature (Stressed Sumac)
Sarah DePetris, Temple
Sarah J. Hull, 9 Patch (study)
Fleur Thesmar, Removal
Marc Del Giudice, Siblings
Brian Reeves, EZGaze Omphalos Mini-Masterwork Viewer and Hand Display, with EZGaze Omphalos Collection above (lit)
View of the gallery looking towards the street
Another final back at our Totems show

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